Sign up today for SPARK – A memory-loss program at MOWA is Tuesday, October 29


West Bend, WI – The Museum of Wisconsin Art will host its SPARK program on Tuesday, October 29.  The program, 10:30 a.m. – noon is “designed for people with memory loss and their caregivers, SPARK! is a free monthly program that engages participants in conversation about Wisconsin art. Each session includes a facilitated discussion about works of art in the galleries followed by time for coffee and mingling in the studio.


MOWA has been part of the regional SPARK! Alliance since 2009, thanks to seed support from the Helen Bader Foundation, and offers this program to highlight and promote self-expression and mental stimulation.


October 29: Oneida Stories and Traditions with Karen Ann Hoffman

A multi-sensory learning session led by Karen Ann Hoffman of the Oneida Nation. Connected to the current exhibition, Into the Woods, Hoffman will tell stories, put on traditional clothing and gives participants an opportunity to touch materials.


Below is a look at one of the SPARK memory care events at MOWA.

Registration is requested one week in advance. Click HERE for details. 

Artists without borders
MOWA tiny cuts

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