Education Classes and Camps
Expand your experience of the works in the Collection galleries through a variety of gallery-based classes. Our team of nationally recognized educators brings art history to life in dynamic art appreciation classes, and our studio artists are ready to equip you with the techniques used to create some of your favorite works of art—all while inspiring you to develop your own artistic style. There’s something to engage all ages and interests. The Museum offers Art Clubs in fall and winter, and Summer Art Camps beginning in June.
Sue and Mike Dunham Scholarship Fund
Scholarships are available for school-age students interested in pursuing art who are in need of financial assistance. Fill out the Sue and Mike Dunham Scholarship Fund application or call 414-224-3837 for details.
Join other art-interested youth for a weekly, after-school art break led live by our team of educators on Zoom. Each week we explore different artworks in the collection together and learn about the artists and their techniques. Students create their own artworks inspired by what they see and guided by an educator. Every session provides opportunities for students to share their ideas and creations. Registration includes an art supply kit with materials for each project. Internet connection and tablet or computer required. Register by January 9.
Thursdays, Jan 20–27, Feb 3–24 (6 sessions) | 4:30–6:00 p.m.
Wednesdays, Jan 19–26, Feb 2–23 (6 sessions) | 4:30–6:00 p.m.
For questions regarding class registration, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration closes ten working days prior to class start date. At that point, there is a cancellation fee of 50% of the price of the class. No refunds after class starts. Save on registration by becoming a Milwaukee Art Museum Member!