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Adamah Art Studios

Adamah Art Studios is an art education center focusing on fine art with a specialization in ceramics. The art campus is composed of a year-round clay studio, a summer studio, an Anagama wood kiln and a retreat center with dining hall and lodging. We offer state-of-the-art facilities and award-winning instructors. 

Our year-round workshop schedule offers instruction for beginner through professional levels.  Our educational workshops are open to everyone! To learn more, or to register for our 2017 workshops visit our workshops page HERE.

We also offer community classes, individual instruction and tailored programs for school and churches.

If you have questions or need more information, contact Jennifer Mally, director at 608.574.8100 or jennifer@bethelhorizons.org.

Donate to Adamah Art Studios

Many of you have clicked on this page because you have a close connection with Bethel Horizons or you worked with Don Hunt. Maybe you were a student of his! We would like to assure you that Don’s dream has continued to inspire others and his legacy continues at Bethel Horizons Art Ventures! We honor his vision by pursuing expansion of our ceramics campus here in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin!

Click to be directed to the Bethel Lutheran Church secure online giving web page. Choose "Horizons Art Ventures" from the dropdown menu. Thank you for your support and continued interest!

Friends of Adamah

The Friends of Art Ventures are volunteers who come to Horizons to work cleaning and organizing studios, split and stack wood for the Anagama wood kiln, perform landscaping and grounds care as well and many other miscellaneous projects through out the year.

We would welcome you as a Friend! To find out about work days and other Friends events, please sign up to be on the email list by contacting Bill, our coordinator of volunteers. Thanks!

Friends of Bethel Art Ventures 
Bill Wiedenbeck
Home – 608.839.8588
Cell – 608.692.8588
Email:  billwieden@frontier.com

Please RSVP to Bill if you’ll be coming out on a work day. That way we can have enough work gloves and snacks available!