Adult Programs

Whether you are new to art or advanced in your skills and seeking a creative challenge, the Rahr-West Art Museum adult art classes are an affordable and fun way to explore your inner artist and meet other like minded people. All classes are taught by knowledgeable instructors who have a passion for the arts.

ADULT ART CLASSES

First Thursday or Friday Monthly, 6:00-8:30 pm*
Class Fee: $25 RWAM Members/$35 Nonmembers*
Ages 21 and older

Register online or call (920) 686-3090.

Registration is required and closes the Sunday prior to the class.

Adult Maple Trees Painting
AUTUMN MAPLE TREES
Friday, November 5
Time to get cozy as we paint  colorful autumn maple trees.


Art and Soul
ART & SOUL

Thursday, December 2
Need to take a break? A little "you" time? Learn about and participate in Zen and meditative drawing and coloring techniques. Create a beautiful work of art and enjoy the relaxation of the process.

Working Creatively Through Grief

This class is a creative outlet for anyone who is dealing with any form of loss - the loss of a loved one, loss of a job, or any general grief. You do not need to be an artist to be able to communicate your thoughts and emotions. Participation can help to facilitate what words cannot describe. The art making process provides insight, allowing you to grow and connect with others, helping throughout the healing journey. All materials are provided.

Sundays, 1:00-3:00 pm
All ages. Free, Donations are accepted
Registration is not necessary.

Mandala Seasons of Grief

SEASONS MANDALA
October 17
Participants will learn about seasons of grief and create a mandala.


THANKFULNESS
November 21
Participants will work on gratitude cards to give to those who have helped them through difficult times.

ARTIST'S CRITIQUE AND CONVERSATION SERIESArtists Critique

Consider this an artist's show and tell series. Bring a work of art to share or just come for inspiration and artful conversation. Critique is a tool for developing our work and our ability to talk about our work. Artists of all ages are invited to participated. Critique will be facilitated by our museum educator or another select community artists.

First Monday Monthly
6:30-8:00pm
All Ages. Free, donations gratefully accepted.

October 4

November 1

December 6