Join MPM Educators, interns, and community presenters to learn more about the history and diversity of Wisconsin's tribal nations!
Engagements featured include projectile point identification, Wisconsin rock art, a performance art piece, curator chat, info booths, and more.
Get a taste of some of the great research happening in Milwaukee during our Lunch & Lecture presentations.
Take an optional guided pre-lecture docent tour, explore the topic du jour with an MPM curator or special guest, and if you’re hungry for more, stay for a great lunch.
MPM Educators will be out on the Museum floors from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for visitor engagements!
Soil: A Precious Resource Under Threat by Dr. Jo Handelsman
Director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Vilas Research Professor, and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor
In the Ancestral Women exhibit, award-winning jacquard weaver Mary Burns honors women’s journeys by creating their portraits in jacquard weavings.
The Ancestral Women project features elders from Wisconsin's 12 tribes, and was conceived to portray the strength of ancestral women around the world, both elders and their contemporaries, and to honor their journeys.
Make merry memories as you stroll the Streets of Old Milwaukee decked out in seasonal flare!
Get up close and personal with some of the Milwaukee Public Museum’s unseen collections, and learn more about holiday and winter traditions of years past.