2013 Programs and Events

2013 Programs and Events

2013 Programs and Events

GlassWeekend 2013June 7*, 8 & 9, 2013. An International Symposium and Exhibition of Contemporary Glass. This biennial event features international galleries, guest artists, panel discussions and lectures. Register for the three-day event or come for the day. *For registrants only.

Mid-Winter Antiques and Collectibles ShowAdmission to the show is $5.00 per person. Saturday, February 2, Members at 9:30am. General Public from10am to 5pm. Sunday, February 3, 10am to 4pm.

Mid-Winter Antiques Show

Discover The Warmth!— As it continues to cool down outside, it warms up here at WheatonArts! January, February and March the Museum of American Glass & the Museum Stores are open Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 10am to 5pm ADMISSION IS FREE

Closed for New Year’s Day— Have a safe and festive New Year!

Spring ReopeningApril through December – Open six days a week. Tuesday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm. ADMISSION: $10.00 Adults, $9.00 Senior Adults (62+), $7.00 Students, Children 5 and under are free. Only service animals allowed on the grounds.

Edible SnowmenSaturday, January 5. Two sessions: 1 to 2pm and 2 to 3pm. Limited to 25 children. Instructors: Sweets Suite Culinary Artists. Create yummy snowmen using marshmallows, candies and pretzel sticks! Registration requested to guarantee available seat. Please call to reserve a seat in advance at 856-825-6800.

Museums On Us (R)WheatonArts is a participant in the Museums on Us® program and offers special benefits to Bank of America customers. Bank of America customers show their Bank of America Card and their ID and receive a 20% Off a Single-Item Coupon valid in one Museum Store.

Knitting a Winter Scarf DemonstrationSunday, January 6. Demonstrator: Julie Tippie. Get ready to get cozy for the winter months. Warm scarves are perfect to layer on for those chilly days or great to give as gifts for the holidays! During this demonstration Julie will demonstrate how to use knit and purl stitches to create a lovely, but simple winter scarf. An already-started scarf will be available if you would like to practice the stitches during the demonstration. Suggested for teens and adults. Location: Stained Glass Studio.

Festival of Fine Craft— 10am to 5pm both days. Rain or shine. Over 125 juried artists from across the country. Enjoy artist demonstrations, hands-on family activities, musical entertainment, specialty foods, and the popular Glass Pumpkin Patch.

Winter Hours— January, February and March the Museum of American Glass* and the Museum Stores are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only from 10am to 5pm. We offer FREE ADMISSION during these three months. The Artist’s Studios are closed. Our six-day operating schedule begins April 2, 2013.

Museums On Us (R)WheatonArts is a participant in the Museums on Us® program and offers special benefits to Bank of America customers. Bank of America customers show their Bank of America Card and their ID and receive a 20% Off a Single-Item Coupon valid in one Museum Store the first Saturday and Sunday of every month in 2013.

Museums On Us (R)— WheatonArts is a participant in the Museums on Us® program and offers special benefits to Bank of America customers. Show your Bank of America credit or debit card and photo ID for FREE ADMISSION to WheatonArts.

Festival of Fine Craft 2013

Museum Exhibit, “Wheaton Glass: The Art of the Fellowship”— In 2013 the Creative Glass Center of America (CGCA) at WheatonArts and Cultural Center celebrates three decades of support for artists and craftspeople working in glass. Since 1982, over three hundred fellowship recipients have conceived of and executed artistic ideas and objects at the CGCA, benefiting from the facilities, financial support and creative environment provided by WheatonArts. Wheaton Glass: The Art of the Fellowship provides only a glimpse into the work created through and inspired by the CGCA fellowship program.

Museum Exhibit: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Collections from the Federation of Historic Bottle Collectors— Before the standardization of bottle sizes and shapes, many bottles were embossed with the name of the product and an image. These embossed pictures conveyed to the buyer what the bottle contained. Beginning with pictorial flasks in the 1820s and 1830s, all types of designs or symbols appeared on bottles. These included politics, slogans, war, people and foodstuffs. Other pictures were used to illustrate the name of the maker of the bottle or the contents

Paul J. Stankard: Celebrating the Native Flowers of Southern New Jersey— With this exhibit, glass artist, Paul J. Stankard unveils his most recent work in addition to early work from the 1970’s and 1980’s. Paul’s newest work will include exciting new Orb, Column and Dyptych designs focusing on botanicals and honeybees native to southern New Jersey. We congratulate Paul as he has been honored with the James Renwick Alliance 2013 Masters of Medium Award for Glass. His glass mastery can be found in his creation of lifelike honeybees, delicate blossoms and ripe fruit that appear to be floating in the clear glass.

Paul Stankard Demonstration and Reception— In celebration of his exhibit, Paul Stankard will demonstrate in the Glass Studio with a Meet-the-Artist Reception to follow in The Gallery of Fine Craft special exhibition area.

Museums On Us (R)— WheatonArts is part of Museums on Us®. Visit during the first full weekends of each month and show your Bank of America credit or debit card and photo ID for free admission.

Closed for Easter

Creative Glass Center Alumni Biennial— A juried and invitational exhibition of works by past Creative Glass Center of America fellowship recipients featuring the artists newest works. In this 30th Anniversary year for the CGCA program, come and view the signature work of artists who have benefited from the fellowship at WheatonArts.

Tea Pottery: Handcrafted Pottery For The Avid Tea Drinker— This exhibit and sale will feature handcrafted tea related accessories created by WheatonArts resident potter, Terry Plasket, who has been a resident artist since 1979, and associated artists Amy Peseller, Phyllis Seidner, and Erika Pugh. Show highlights will include teapots, tea cups, tea mugs, tea bowls, and pottery accessories such as small plates, creamer and sugar sets and honey jars.

“The Paintings of Glenn Rudderow: Reflections on Nature” — This solo exhibition and sale will showcase the newest works by renowned artist Glenn Rudderow. His work captures the beauty of the local Southern New Jersey landscape and it’s surrounding communities. (Glenn Rudderow, Meet-the-Artist Reception Opening Reception for “The Paintings of Glenn Rudderow: Reflections on Nature,” Sunday, September, 8, 2013, 2 to 5 pm.)

Glenn Rudderow, Meet-the-Artist ReceptionOpening Reception for “The Paintings of Glenn Rudderow: Reflections on Nature,” Sunday, September, 8, 2013, 2 to 5 pm. Exhibit: Aug. 31 through Oct. 6, 2013

All Good Things Great and Small, Handcrafted Holiday Gifts— Everything is this Holiday themed show will range from $1.50 to $150.00. These Handcrafted gift ideas are designed to help you complete your Holiday Gift List without breaking your budget. Fun and Unique gift ideas will include: metal ornaments, garden art, wooden instruments, clocks and brightly colored ceramics.

Paws for Art! Dogs Invited!— “Community Days: Open House,” FREE Admission to the event and to WheatonArts Exhibits and Demonstrations. Presented by WheatonArts and Cumberland Couty SPCA

Studio Wide Open: Mix and Mingle with WheatonArts Fellowship Artists— Join us for an open house in the glass studio and meet our Spring 2013 session CGCA Fellowship Artists! This casual event is free and open to the public in the Glass Studio from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

Fantasy Faire— A family-friendly festival blending historic fact with myth and popular fantasy from the medieval and Renaissance periods of history. Knights and princesses stand side-by-side with elves and fairies, and the day is filled with performances pleasing to children of all ages. Produced in partnership with Mystic Realms, Ltd.

Fire Muster— 33rd Annual Antique Fire Apparatus Show, Muster and Fire Fighter’s Family Day presented by Glasstown Antigue Fire Brigade, South Jersey Chapter of SPAAMFAA Sunday, 10am to 4pm, Rain or Shine Admission is FREE to the Show!

Eco Fair: Green Living For Your Home, Garden and Family— “Community Days: Open House,” FREE Admission to the event and to WheatonArts Exhibits and Demonstrations. Presented in partnership with Cumberland County Improvement Authority

artists marketA Summer Sale featuring the handmade work of WheatonArts Staff and Associated Artists including blown glass, pottery, and more!

OPEN Memorial Day!

OPEN Labor Day!

Annual WheatonArts Studio Sale30% to 70% Off Sale Event. HUNDREDS OF ITEMS REDUCED 30% TO 70%! 10am to 5pm in the Event Center, FREE ADMISSION to sale only. Browse colorful displays of WheatonArts overstocks, prototypes and seconds. See fabulous ceramic works by WheatonArts artist, Terry Plasket. Discover a wide selection of studio glass by artists David Leppla and Melanie Guernsey. First come, first served. Quantities are limited.

Hallo-Wheaton— “Community Days: Open House,” FREE Admission to the event and to WheatonArts Exhibits and Demonstrations. Trick-or-Treat and Interactive Performances for Families. Find out why this event has quickly become a local family tradition.

Celebrating 30 Years: The Creative Glass Center of America Collection— Recognizing the needs of emerging contemporary artists working in glass, Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center established the Creative Glass Center of America (CGCA) Fellowship Program in 1983 with a goal “to provide direct support to emerging and mid-career artists who work in glass.” To date, over three hundred forty fellowships have been provided. A requirement of accepting a fellowship is to give a piece to WheatonArts to document the work done while in residence. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the CGCA, this exhibit has been organized to showcase some of the work from the CGCA collection by artists featured in “Wheaton Glass: The Art of the Fellowship.”

Fantasy Faire

CommUNITY Days 2013

St. Patrick’s Day Activities Dip into the green as you sample the General Store’s new all-natural dip and seasoning mixes from Bittersweet Herb Farm in Massachusetts. Make a Lucky St. Patty’s Day paper rainbow in the Brownstone Emporium. We can’t promise a pot of gold at the end, but it will surely brighten up your wall! If you are looking for signs of Spring hop into the Gallery of Fine Craft and make a Spring Animal Pencil Topper. Twist colorful pipe cleaners into bunnies, chicks, pigs and frogs to top off a fun Spring pencil.

St. Patrick’s Day Hands-On Activities Dip into the green as you sample the General Store’s new all-natural dip and seasoning mixes from Bittersweet Herb Farm in Massachusetts. Make a Lucky St. Patty’s Day paper rainbow in the Brownstone Emporium. We can’t promise a pot of gold at the end, but it will surely brighten up your wall! If you are looking for signs of Spring hop into the Gallery of Fine Craft and make a Spring Animal Pencil Topper. Twist colorful pipe cleaners into bunnies, chicks, pigs and frogs to top off a fun Spring pencil.

La Troupe Makandal: Haitian Music and Dance Concert with Audience Participation 3pm to 5pm — Sunday, November 10, 3 – 5pm

Japanese Tea Ceremony conducted by Mariko Ono– in the Folklife/Education Center at Wheaton Arts, Saturday, 3pm to 4pm, Location: Folklife and Education Center — Participants in the ceremony will learn about the Ura Senke tradition of tea, about Chado (The Way of Tea) and its four principles of harmony, respect, purity and tranquility. Prior to their participation in the usucha (thin tea) tea ceremony performed by Mariko Ono visitors will be given handouts containing some rules of etiquette for guests at a Japanese Tea ceremony. Mariko Ono is an upper classman in the art of Japanese Tea Ceremony of the School of Ura Senke.

WheatonArts Golf Classic at Running Deer Golf Club— Golfers, you’re invited to come grow your game this year at the 2013 WheatonArts Golf Classic! The 12th annual event will be held at Running Deer Golf Club on Tuesday, September 24, 2013.

2013 WheatonArts Golf Classic

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Wheaton Wide Open FREE ADMISSION JULY 2013! — Discover A Cultural Treasure less than one hour from Philadelphia, Atlantic City and Cape May. Explore the Museum of American Glass, Experience demonstrations by fine artists in the Glassblowing, Pottery and Flameworking Studios, Create your own work of art. Visit the award winning Museum Stores and enjoy a culinary treat in Sweets Suite Bake Shoppe Café. On Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28, Artists Market at WheatonArts. A Summer Sale featuring the handmade work of WheatonArts Staff and Associated Artists includes blown glass, pottery and more!

Glassblower’s Tour of the Museum— Tuesday at 2 pm (following the glass studio demo) Location: Museum of American Glass, Tour Guide: Max Lefko-Everett — See the collections at the Museum of American Glass in a whole new light. Join one of our staff artists on a tour of the museum exhibits and experience what a working glassblower appreciates about the treasured artifacts on display.

Demonstrating Artist, Domenick Maggio— Saturday, 1pm to 3pm — Domenick Maggio, a self taught woodcarver will be demonstrating his woodcarving skills including hand carving, power carving and hand painting. During his demonstration, Domenick will show visitors the many stages of creating a delicately petaled rose and a precocious “Mouse Sitting on a Piece of Cheese.”

Kid’s Mural Painting Thursday, 1pm to 3pm, Location: Grounds — Be one of many young artists who collaborate on the murals! Children are invited to contribute their creative ideas using acrylic paint. Mural paper will be pinned to a outdoor boards so children can be inspired by the nature around them as they paint. Imagination is the limit!

Blow a Glass Bubble— Friday, 10am to 11am, Location: Glass Studio — Experience blowing through a blow pipe! Our glass studio staff will bring you a small gather of glass and teach you how to blow a large bubble. When the glass is blown in this way, the glass becomes thin as tissue paper! The glass from the bubbles will then be recycled and reused.

The Art of Paper Beads: Demonstration and Hands-on ExperienceSunday 1pm to 3pm Location: Classroom Live and accessorize “Green” by making recycled baubles and beads! Young artists will see a demonstration on how to use strips of magazines and newspapers to create colorful baubles and beads. Finished beads can be used to make wearable jewelry, key chains, or beaded curtains. A “try-it-yourself” station will be available for those who want to make a few beads.

Museum Interactive: It’s All About the Process— Tuesday, 2pm — Learn about the different processes of making a glass bottle: Hand blown, mold blown, pressed, and machine made.

Farm Stand Marzipan: Culinary Hands-on Experience for Families— Wednesday, 2pm to 4pm, Location: Event Center Dining Room — Come play with your food! Sculpt your own mini fruits and veggie candies and carry them home in your own mini market basket.

Glassblower’s Tour of the Museum— Thursday, 2 pm (following the glass studio demo), Location: Museum of American Glass Tour Guide: Max Lefko-Everett — See the collections at the Museum of American Glass in a whole new light. Join one of our staff artists on a tour of the museum exhibits and experience what a working glassblower appreciates about the treasured artifacts on display.

Kid’s Mural Painting— Thursday, 1pm to 3pm, Location: Grounds — Be one of many young artists who collaborate on the murals! Children are invited to contribute their creative ideas using acrylic paint. Mural paper will be pinned to a outdoor boards so children can be inspired by the nature around them as they paint. Imagination is the limit!

Blow a Glass Bubble— July 12, Friday, 10am to 11am, Location: Glass Studio — Experience blowing through a blow pipe! Our glass studio staff will bring you a small gather of glass and teach you how to blow a large bubble. When the glass is blown in this way, the glass becomes thin as tissue paper! The glass from the bubbles will then be recycled and reused.

Teapot Demonstration— Sunday, Time: 12pm, Noon, Location: Classroom — Join the WheatonArts potters, Terry and Amy, in a demonstration and teapot activity. Teapots are made up of multiple parts that are created separately and then assembled. The potters will demonstrate how to make the parts to a teapot and how to assemble it. They will call on a few kids from the audience to assist them in the assembling process! Mini pots will be made for each child to take home.

Museum Interactive: The Chemistry of Colors— Tuesday, 2pm, Location: Museum of American Glass — Explore the minerals and techniques used to create different colors of glass.

Fundant: Culinary Hands-on Experience for FamiliesJuly 17, Wednesday 2pm to 4pm Location: Event Center Dining Room Cover a mini cake with fondant then decorate using fondant cutouts and your creativity.

Kid’s Mural Painting— Thursday, 1pm to 3pm, Location: Grounds — Be one of many young artists who collaborate on the murals! Children are invited to contribute their creative ideas using acrylic paint. Mural paper will be pinned to a outdoor boards so children can be inspired by the nature around them as they paint. Imagination is the limit!

Blow a Glass Bubble— Friday, 10am to 11am, Location: Glass Studio — Experience blowing through a blow pipe! Our glass studio staff will bring you a small gather of glass and teach you how to blow a large bubble. When the glass is blown in this way, the glass becomes thin as tissue paper! The glass from the bubbles will then be recycled and reused.

Glassblower’s Tour of the Museum July 20, Saturday 2 pm (following the glass studio demo) Location: Museum of American Glass Tour Guide: Max Lefko-Everett See the collections at the Museum of American Glass in a whole new light. Join one of our staff artists on a tour of the museum exhibits and experience what a working glassblower appreciates about the treasured artifacts on display.

Henna Decorating Demonstration with Vaishali PatelSaturday, 1pm to 4pm, Location: Folklife/Education Center — This hands-on demo will feature the use of henna to create body decoration known as Mehndi Art. It originated in India and has long been a part of Hindu rituals, especially weddings. Most of the traditional Mehendi patterns carry symbolic meanings and the choice of designs is often dependent on the individual or group interpretation of certain shapes as artistic expressions of those meanings. Mehendi Art, however, has long ago crossed borders and has developed into a contemporary art form, especially after being incorporated into the tattoo artworks.

Break Glass! Make Art!Sunday, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, (45 minute sessions), Location: Stained Glass Studio, Instructor: J. Kenneth Leap, Maximum Class Sessions Size: 10, (space available on a first come, first served basis call 856-825-6800, ext. 106 for reservation) — Students age 10 and up will break glass and crush it into frit before assembling the shards into delightful, colorful, fused-glass panels. All materials provided. No experience necessary. Projects require overnight firing so participants will need to return another day to pick-up their work. Shipping can be arranged for an additional fee.

Museum Interactive: The Tools of the TradeTuesday, 2pm, Location: Museum of American Glass — Get a feel for the tools used in glassblowing!

Mosaic Mexican GelatinaWednesday, 2pm to 3pm and 3 to 4pm, Location: Event Center Dining Room, Maximum Class Sessions Size: 25, (space available on a first come, first served basis call 856-825-6800, ext. 161 for reservation) — Learn to make colorful, decorative, Mexican gelatin deserts. A party in a glass!

Kid’s Mural Painting— Thursday, 1pm to 3pm, Location: Grounds — Be one of many young artists who collaborate on the murals! Children are invited to contribute their creative ideas using acrylic paint. Mural paper will be pinned to a outdoor boards so children can be inspired by the nature around them as they paint. Imagination is the limit!

Blow a Glass BubbleFriday, 10am to 11am, Location: Glass Studio — Experience blowing through a blow pipe! Our glass studio staff will bring you a small gather of glass and teach you how to blow a large bubble. When the glass is blown in this way, the glass becomes thin as tissue paper! The glass from the bubbles will then be recycled and reused.

Card Weaving Demonstration with Bette McCarronFriday, 1pm to 4pm, Location: Folklife/Education Center — Everyone is welcome to participate in this unique experience and to learn about an ancient weaving method, which has been preserved over the centuries and used today by weavers for creating intricate designs on belts, purses or wall hangings. The artist will explain the card weaving technique and demonstrate the usage flat cards with holes that act as heddle eyes to hold the warp yarns, which are to be twisted into unique warp-faced fabric.

Bobbin Lace Demonstration with Cheryl PostSaturday, 1pm to 4pm, Location: Folklife/Education Center — For this demonstration the artist will be using a roller pillow as well as a flat pillow to demonstrate the movement of bobbins and explain the stitches and what she is doing as she is doing it. Cheryl will also have a display case with handmade lace samples she has done as well as displays of antique lace. In addition, she will also have a two-sided large poster board explaining bobbin lace history and techniques.

Pysanky Eggs Demonstration with Stephanie Hryckowian— Saturday, 1pm to 4pm, Location: Folklife/Education Center — This hands-on demonstration will feature yet another traditional art form that has been translated into the contemporary art world. The artist will arrange beautiful displays featuring different styles of egg decorating and will conduct a hands-on demonstration on eggs decorating using a wax-resist (batik) method. Stephanie will also explain the history of this art form in Ukraine and in the US while introducing various regional patterns and designs of egg decorating. Participants in the demonstration will learn about the meanings of the most popular symbols depicted on the Easter eggs and will be able to compare pysanky written in three different styles: traditional, stylized and modern.

The Magic of Bill KerwoodTime TBD

Museum Interactive: The Evolution of PackagingTuesday, 2pm, Location: Museum of American Glass — Observe how the containers we use have changed over time.

Glassblower’s Tour of the MuseumWednesday, 2 pm (following the glass studio demo), Location: Museum of American Glass Tour Guide: Max Lefko-Everett — See the collections at the Museum of American Glass in a whole new light. Join one of our staff artists on a tour of the museum exhibits and experience what a working glassblower appreciates about the treasured artifacts on display.

Fire Muster 2013

WheatonArts Museum Store partners in the “Gift Shop” during “Art of Two Palettes Event” fundraiser to benefit Elwyn New Jersey in Vineland.— Event Location: Elwyn House,1667 E. Landis Avenue, Vineland, New Jersey 08361 Event Date and Time: Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 6:00pm-8:30pm TICKETS REQUIRED

The Paintings of Glenn Ruderow – Artist’s TalkGlenn Rudderow will host an informal talk about the philosophy behind his work followed by a Q & A in The Gallery(during his show) on Sunday, September 22, 2 to 4pm.

“Remembering Ginen: Haitian Vodou Bottles, Flags and Vévé”— This exhibition is one of a series of major presentations of Vodou arts at arts and cultural institutions around the world that aim to overcome the misconceptions and misinterpretations of the Haitian arts and culture and to inspire understanding and appreciation of Haitian creativity and artistic expressions.

STUDIO WIDE OPEN:Mix and Mingle— with WheatonArts Fellowship Artists, In the Glass Studio, 6:30 to 8:30pm

WheatonArts participates in “Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Live!”— Enjoy Free Admission to over 1400 participating museums and cultural venues nationwide to anyone presenting a Museum Day Ticket…for free. Saturday, September 28, 2013.

Opening Reception “Remembering Ginen: Haitian Vodou Bottles, Flags and Vèvè”— Friday, September 27, 2013, 5 – 6:30pm in the Museum of American Glass

cawcustomer appreciation week

Customer Apprecation Week, WheatonArts Museum Stores say “Thank You” To Our Customers— Saturday, October 26 through Sunday, November 3, 2013. (Except Monday, Oct. 28) * Enjoy Mystery Discounts of 20% to 50% off your entire purchase** in each store. * Receive one free Eco tote bag when you visit if you are on our mailing list or would like to join the list! * Enjoy complimentary refreshments in the Museum Stores while you shop. One lucky customer will receive a $250 Shopping Spree at the WheatonArts Museum Stores. * Make a purchase in the Museum Stores during Customer Appreciation Week for a chance to win. Up to three entries allowed per day (one per store). The prize winner’s name will be pulled on Sunday, November 3 at 5pm. You need not be present to win.

“Spirits in Sequins: Vodou Flags of Haiti” Special Presentation by Nancy Josephson— Sunday, November 10, 12 (noon) – 1pm

Old Spirituals and Gospel Concert— in the Event Center. Listen To The Sounds of the Season! Advance Tickets: $10 Adults, $9 Members, 12 and under are free. $15 at the door. Call 800.998.4552 or 856.825.6800, extension 100

Hanukkah Celebration— 3 p.m. in the Glass Studio. Join us for a special celebration of Hanukkah with a lighting of the glass menorah in the Glass Studio. Enjoy Hanukkah songs and complimentary refreshments.

Museums On Us (R) Bank of America Card holders visit free of charge during the first weekend of every month in 2013!— WheatonArts is a participant in the Museums on Us® program and offers special benefits to Bank of America customers. Card holders visit free of charge during the first weekend of every month in 2013!

Museums On Us (R) Bank of America Card holders visit free of charge during the first weekend of every month in 2013!— WheatonArts is a participant in the Museums on Us® program and offers special benefits to Bank of America customers. Card holders visit free of charge during the first weekend of every month in 2013!

Open 10am to 3pm, December 24

Closed, December 25

Closed, January 1, 2014— Happy New Year!

Open 10am to 5pm, December 31

Museum Store’s Winter 2014 Hours— Museum Stores OPEN Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10am to 5pm

Member’s Exclusive “Studio Sale” Preview Reception— Members are invited to visit the Studio Sale on Friday, November 29, at 9:30 a.m., a half-hour early, to choose their favorite pieces first and enjoy refreshments at our annual members-only reception.

STUDIO WIDE OPEN: Mix and Mingle with WheatonArts Fellowship Artists— Join us for an Open House in the Glass Studio, 6:30 to 8pm

WheatonArts Museum STORES OPEN Seven Days through December 30— 10 am to 5pm

Year End Inventory Clearance— 20% to 70% Off Store-Wide Sale

Discover The Warmth!

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