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Mazza Artist Monthly
Join Mazza Museum Director, Ben Sapp, Mazza staff members, and a special artist once each month via Zoom webinar! This special virtual Q&A is your opportunity to listen in to interviews with your favorite artists, ask questions of your own, and join in for a special draw-along at the end. This free, monthly event is open to everyone!

Each Mazza Artist Monthly will air “live” via Zoom Webinar and last approximately 15 – 20 minutes. Recordings will be accessible here for those who can’t attend live.

Click on the registration link next to the date you’d like to attend to register via Zoom Webinar.

March 29 @11:30 a.m. (EST): – Register now via Zoom Webinar
Harry Bliss & Joanna Cotler – “Sorry (Really Sorry)”

April 26 @11:30 a.m. (EST): – Register now via Zoom Webinar
Lauren Stringer & Ellen Tarlow – “Looking for a Smile”

May 24 @11:30 a.m. (EST): – Register now via Zoom Webinar
Tammi Sauer & Jackie Urbanovic – “The Farm That Mac Built”

Or Watch LIVE on Facebook
University of Findlay's Mazza Museum
University of Findlay's Mazza Museum
Did you know that you can still buy from our gift shop? Yep! With the storefront closed due to the pandemic, you can still contact Mazza Director Ben Sapp to place an order for pickup! Contact information here ➡️ mazzamuseum.org/gift-shop/

 

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M. Sarah Klise & Kate Klise

Autographed Book

Order a signed bookplate! Click through to our order form to place your order.

M. Sarah Klise & Kate Klise
“Don’t Check Out This Book”

$11.99 plus tax

Margery Cuyler & Will Hillenbrand

A video by Will Hillenbrand: Walking through the art process of making Snow Friends

from Dog Walk to Snow Friends from Will Hillenbrand on Vimeo.

Jarvis & Patricia Toht
Dan Andreasen & Barbara Lowell
Daniel Wiseman & Pat Zietlow Miller
Matthew Tavares & Michael J. Rosen
Will Hillenbrand
Gianna Marino
Judy Schachner
Lindsay Ward
Rafael López
Lizzy Rockwell
Molly Idle
Deborah Freedman
Chris Raschka
Support Mazza Artist Monthly

The University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum is a nonprofit cultural institution that inspires the love of literacy. Your support helps to ensure the museum has the necessary funds to provide this type of programming.

If you enjoy today’s program, please consider making a donation.