Family Discovery Days at your Oshkosh Public Museum welcome families to learn, make, and laugh together every second Saturday. Drop in anytime between 11 AM – 2 PM at the Museum for a fun craft led by Museum staff. Discovery Days are for young learners of all ages, but ages 5-10 will especially enjoy the activities.
August 13 – Weaving!
All materials provided
Family Discovery Days are made possible by Nevitt Law Office
Behind the Exhibition: Iridescence
With Anna Cannizzo, Assistant Director, Chief Curator
Rescheduled: Saturday, August 27 1PM
Follow Anna on a journey behind the Durow Trust exhibition Iridescence on display in the Historic Sawyer Home Library. Guided by Anna’s expertise, attendees will learn how naturally-occurring iridescence inspired various fashion and art movements through history. Free for Museum Members and included with paid Museum admission on Saturday 8/27.
Contemporary Native American Art: Beadwork by
James Kelly, Haudenosaunee, Oneida Nation, Bear Clan
On view now in the People of the Water's gallery
Save the Date:
Saturday, October 22, 2022
Artist Talk with James Kelly
To Die for DIY + OPM: Plants on the Porch Terrarium Workshop
Together with our friends, To Die For DIY, we'll be hosting one of their most popular workshops: DIY Succulent Terrariums! Lush, local, and fabulously fun, this class includes all materials and instruction needed to create and care for your own succulent terrarium.