Register and pay online for FWMoA events

RSVP and pay for upcoming FWMoA events. Click on the name of the event you wish to RSVP for, and you will be directed to an online form and payment system. For questions regarding an event, or to make your registration by phone, please call 260.422.6467.

September 20, 6:30pm - An Evening with Contemporary Studio Glass

Celebrate three fall glass exhibitions with a party! Doors open at 6:30 with cash bar and appetizers, followed by an exhibition tour by Charles Shepard, FWMoA CEO and chief curator.

Free for members / General admission applies for non-members
Hamilton Circle Members receive free admission and should RSVP with Capri Williams at 260-422-6467.

You may have previously received information about a lecture with artist Michael Estes Taylor for this event. We regret that Michael can no longer attend the event, but we still plan to celebrate these stunning exhibitions with you!

October 4, 6:30pm - Conversation with Barbara Stanczak and Neil Rector

Join Barbara and Columbus, OH-based collector Neil Rector in conversation about the life and work of the Stanczaks. Appetizers and cash bar will be offered starting at 6:30pm. 

$10 Members / $15 Non-Members. Reserve your spots here!  
Gold+ Members receive free admission and should RSVP with Capri Williams at 260-422-6467.

November 8, 7-9pm - Fall Party sponsored by First Federal Bank

Four times a year, we highlight current exhibits with a party that brings together art lovers of all kinds to enjoy food, friends, and music at FWMoA. A new take on the traditional opening reception model, these events are each a fusion of many diverse exhibits with specially designed decor and seasonal edibles from the area's top caterers.

Check out 
new exhibitions, groove with live music and enjoy appetizers and cash bar! 

$10 Members / $17 Non-Members. Get your tickets here! 
Silver + Members receive free admission and should RSVP with Capri Williams at 260-422-6467.

November 11, 7-9pm - Violins of Hope Opening Event

A stirring testament to the strength of the human spirit and the power of music, Violins of Hope comprise a collection of instruments that tell remarkable stories of the defiance, resilience, and legacy of Jewish musicians during the Holocaust, and of the Israeli violinmaker dedicated to bringing these inspirational Strings of the Holocaust back to life.

Join us to celebrate the Opening Event of this two-week celebration throughout Fort Wayne. At FWMoA on November 11, we’ll screen the documentary "Violins of Hope" followed by a discussion with Violins of Hope author Dr. James Grymes and luthier Avshalom Weinstein, moderated by FWMoA CEO Charles Shepard. This event is free but tickets are required and are available HERE. Learn more about the city-wide collaboration Violins of Hope at

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Sunday: 12-5pm
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