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The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is a nonprofit organization established to encourage and support innovative explorations in the arts.
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Joel Otterson, who's exhibition Dark Matter opens at this fall, has an exhibition currently on view at until June 16.
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JMKAC May 23
When you think about the future, lots of things come to mind. In the exhibition Out, Out, Phosphene Candle: Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck, the artists evaluate human nature from the point of view of an alien. Explore this version of the future.
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JMKAC May 23
JMKAC's own Curator, Karen Patterson, is featured on this week's Podcast, Theory of Everything! Listen in as Karen talks to host about Iris Haussler: Tale of Two. Listen here:
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JMKAC May 22
Arts/Industry application deadline count-down: 9 days left to apply for a three-month residency in the Kohler factory! Applications are due May 31.
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JMKAC May 22
Take a tour of Dr. Charles Smith's art environment in Hammond, Lousiana. Works from Dr. Smtih are part our permanent collection here at .
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Wigwam Socks May 21
We donated some socks to the ! Here are the fruits of their labor ✨
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SheboyganPress Media May 21
The mural was part of a John Michael Kohler Arts Center community arts program that brought multiple public works of art to Sheboygan.
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JMKAC May 21
Ven este viernes y sábado y trabaja con la artista en residencia Diana Gabriel en la creación de Opening (Walk Through # 1), el trabajo más reciente del programa Art in Public Spaces.
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JMKAC May 21
Join us this coming Friday and Saturday to work with resident artist Diana Gabriel in the creation of Opening (Walk Through #1), the newest work in the Art in Public Spaces program.
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JMKAC May 17
Congratulations to alumnus Kevin Sampson on his grant from the
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JMKAC May 15
REMINDER: The Arts/Industry residency program is accepting applications for 2 more weeks! Deadline: May 31
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Curia May 14
Art can be found anywhere - even in the bathrooms at the !
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Helen Klebesadel May 11
Apply now for 2019 Kohler Arts/Industry residencies. Application deadline: May 31, 2018 Each year up to 12 artists are selected for residencies in the Pottery and/or Foundry areas of the factory through a competitive jury process. No...
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Tamara Johnston May 13
Some of Nek Chand's sculptures can be found at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan.
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ArtsXchange May 10
Arts/Industry Applications - John Michael Kohler Arts Center
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JMKAC May 10
Art in Public Spaces resident artist Diana Gabriel is participating in Family Day at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago this Saturday. Join us in The ARTery to work with her on the creation of Opening (Walk Through #1)
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JMKAC May 8
There's nothing like waiting for slip to dry, and there's nothing quite like an Arts/Industry residency! Artists, don't forget to submit your application by Midnight on May 31!
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Sarah B Guest Perry May 7
Chair sculptures made of painted poultry bones. 20th c. American. Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, maker (1910-1983). Photo credit: Rich Maciejewski, courtesy of John Michael Kohler Arts Center via .
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JMKAC May 6
Have you heard about our 2018 Innovative Educator Institutes? This year we're teaming up with and adding more opportunities for you to create, learn, and connect with art, nature and more alongside your fellow educators. Learn more here:
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JMKAC May 3
Congratulations to Arts/Industry alumna Beth Lipman (Pottery 2003 and Foundry 2015) on her 2018 American Craft Council Fellowship Award!
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