July 5, 2024 – The Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay announced today preparations for the organization’s annual Art & Treasures Fundraiser, now in its 19th AT 2024 website banneryear, and scheduled to open to the public on Saturday, August 3, 2024. The Museum is seeking tax-deductible donations of new and gently used items from the community to support its fundraising efforts. In particular, the museum is looking for objets d’ art––fine art, sculpture, prints, jewelry, books, collectibles, craft and art supplies, home décor, unique oddities, and more.

The Art & Treasures Fundraiser presents a fun and eclectic collection of items from year to year, with proceeds benefitting the museum’s operations and programming. This year’s fundraiser will again be held at M3, the museum’s satellite education space located at 142 S. 3rd Avenue in downtown Sturgeon Bay.

“Art & Treasures is an event that our community looks forward to and enjoys every year that impacts our ability to carry out our mission and our programming,” says Executive Director Elizabeth Meissner-Gigstead. “We’re incredibly grateful to the community for their tremendous support of this endeavor through the form of donations or purchases from year to year as it, in part, sustains our work and ensures access to a continued presence for the visual arts in downtown Sturgeon Bay.”

For more information or to donate items for the sale, contact the Miller Art Museum office at 920.746.0707 or . Drop-off appointments can be made between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or at the museum 10am – 5pm Saturday. Donors are asked to have items contained in a bag or box for ease of unloading and storage. Items will be accepted through the end of July and must be clean and in good condition. Items NOT accepted include electronics, CDs, large furniture, personal products (lotions, soaps, etc.), and bed components (mattresses). Questions may be directed to museum staff for items not specifically listed. For more specifics about the sale or donations, please visit millerartmuseum.org.

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