Enriching the Melrose Community in
teaching and advocating the arts
IN OUR COMMUNITY
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Mossman Hall gets decorated for the Holidays
Visit us on Facebook: Mossman HALL
Mossman Community Garden
Visitors at the November Art Walk
Donations to Mossman Home Preservation
Foundation are tax deductible.
Sign up for a pottery class with Gail Davis.
Join us Friday, December 3rd, from 6-9 p.m. at Mossman Hall in beautiful Melrose for another "Outside & In; Music, Art, and Fellowship" event! Featured artist the first Friday in December will be All Member Artists.
Mossman is making sure we will have a safe and comfortable event. We have hand sanitizer and hand soap for hand washing. See you there!
And be sure to check out our class & event calendar for other happenings at Mossman in December.
MOSSMAN HOME PRESERVATION FOUNDATION
Community Garden plots now available to rent. See Community Garden page on this website for more information.
Registration for classes at Mossman Hall during regular business hours or email MossmanHall@gmail.com
Contact instructor Beth Cox 906-241-0879 for more information.
The Gallery at Mossman Hall will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12-5 PM and Monday from 10 AM to 2 PM. Individual Instructors have modified schedules so please contact instructor for updates.
October 30, 2021 Community Event - Teen Dance
PHOTOS FROM THE CLASSROOM AND GALLERY
ART WALK DECEMBER 3rd, 2021
Reserve the Mossman Hall and/or grounds for your wedding, family reunion, birthday party, anniversary, gender reveal, conference, lectures, training and more.
The wooden floor in the Mossman Hall has been approved for ball room dancing.
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Mossman Hall, Outside and In; Music, Art and Fellowship on the Grounds at Mossman
Friday December 3rd, 6-9 PM
Come to view the artwork of our Member Artists and stay to enjoy the music and fellowship.
Transformed office space into fully functioning gallery and community space.
Added two buildings to the "Clay Station", a fully functioning ceramics studio. Now there is a building for working on the pottery wheel and making freeform pottery and a second building for finishing the pottery with paints and glaze prior to firing in the kiln.
Increased artist membership by 40% from 2015 to 2021.
Showcased over 70 "artists of the month" over a six year period.
Partnered with Clay Electric, local businesses, and community organizations.
Put on local art and educational events.
Increased the utilization of the facility by hosting the Four Corners home school group.
Updated website, social media, marketing and advertising.
Added a community garden to the site with sixteen plots available to rent.
Sponsorship of beginning children and adult artists.