Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, Inc. is made up of over 150 men and women who support the appreciation and encouragement of the arts.

Through ongoing art courses taught by talented individuals within our membership and workshops given by artists experienced in a variety of media, we encourage our membership to continue learning and honing their basic skills.

All of the GLAF instructors are award winning artists. Frequently exhibiting at our own Gallery, they also exhibit outside of our gallery. Please check their websites for a look at their beautiful artwork and join us for enlightening classes sure to improve your skills. Chat with other artists, share techniques, and get creative at the GLAF.

High School Art


Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, Inc. is pleased to offer Classes and Workshops for all age levels and experiences. 


All Classes are held at Gallery 223 at 223 Broad Street in downtown Lake Geneva, WI.


To pre-register and to learn more about a specific class, please contact the instructor noted for that class.

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Art in the Park is a juried fine art show, typically held in August. We feature more than 80 distinguished artists exhibiting a variety of media, including clay/pottery, fiber, glass, printmaking, jewelry, metal, mixed media, oil/acrylic painting, pastel, photography, sculpture, watercolor and wood.


A “Just for Kids” activities area for “kids of all ages” will be available in the Flat Iron Park Gazebo. Make and take an art piece using a variety of materials.


Members of Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, Inc. volunteer as Art Mentors working with other 501C3 organizations in the community, through the GLAF Art Mentoring Program. Member artists participate by donating their time to work with youth, and perhaps adults, on specifically designed art projects supported by GLAF.

If you are a local non-profit group and wish to learn more about our Art Mentoring program for your organization please contact us:


GLAF hosts an art presentation, generally on the 4th Thursday of the month, at Gallery 223,

223 Broad St., Lake Geneva.

Presentations are related to the Arts, free of charge, and open to both members and





If you enjoy sharing your talent with others, you may be an excellent candidate! You need not be a GLAF member to become a class or workshop instructor.


• Beginning Watercolor

• Sculpture

• Cartooning

• Mosaic

• Acrylics

• Oil Pastel

For more information contact

Pam Ring

Classroom Director