View stained glass, fiber arts, and mosaic pieces created by participants in the Art Links Sheboygan program for creative aging. Combined with artifacts from the Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum, the works of these makers, age 55 and better, tell personal stories that recall Sheboygan’s history. Visitors will discover “Chair City” and the talented folks who call it home. In the Art Links Sheboygan program, learning is a lifelong endeavor.
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Watch Art Links Sheboygan participants reflect on their life stories, the creative process, and what the class experience meant to them.
Coming in 2021
A new series of eight-week workshops will be announced early next year. For the 55 and better crowd, these April through August classes are not to be missed. Learn more and express your interest by emailing email@example.com.
Workshops are supported by Aroha Philanthropies' Seeding Vitality Arts in Museums initiative. JMKAC is one of twenty recipients of the grant, which promotes community partnership and creative aging.