The Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club began in 1921 when organizers sought to advance the joys of gardening and its physical, educational, recreational, and aesthetic benefits. Today the Garden Club endeavors to support the Museum with specific projects and acquisitions to further its mission.
Garden Club members promote the fine art of gardening, floral arrangements, landscape design, horticulture, and conservation. Informative programs and workshops are presented at monthly meetings. Major Garden Club programs have included prominent speakers from the gardening world such as Penelope Hobhouse, Rosemary Verey, James van Sweden, Chris Giftos, and Topher Delaney.
The Garden Club is also a presenting sponsor of Art in Bloom, a four-day event held in spring featuring numerous floral arrangements inspired by Museum masterpieces, as well as international speakers, workshops, and other floral/garden related festivities.
- Membership in the National Council of State Garden Clubs
- The opportunity to exchange ideas and information with others who share an interest in horticulture, flower arranging, and landscape design
- Hands-on opportunities to expand your skills in floral design through workshops and events such as Art in Bloom
*Please note, your membership in the Milwaukee Art Museum must be current to be eligible for membership in the Garden Club.Donate Today »
For additional information about the Garden Club, please contact the Membership Hotline at 414-224-3284 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club website at mamgardenclub.org.