John Michael Kohler Arts Center
A 40-year-old, nationally acclaimed visual and performing arts complex in downtown Sheboygan, the Arts Center is devoted to innovative explorations in contemporary American art. Its exhibitions focus on a wide range of art forms, with particular emphasis on sculpture, photography, crafts, new genres, installation art, ongoing folk traditions, and the work of self-taught artists. The performing arts emphasize dance, music, and theatre performances from around the world. Programming also includes a renowned Arts/Industry residency program, classes, and special events. With the completion of its expansion, the new 100,000-square-foot Arts Center comprises ten galleries, an intimate theatre, a flexible interdisciplinary performance space, studio-classrooms, meeting spaces, the ARTspace shop, and the ARTcafe. The Arts Center also has an adjunct site: ARTspace, an exhibition space and shop in The Shops at Woodlake in Kohler Village.
Hours of Operation
Open daily at 10am. Close at 5pm Mon, Wed, & Fri; 8pm Tue & Thur; 4pm Sat & Sun. Closed Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day, and New Year's Eve and Day.
Hwy 23 to 6th Street. South on 6th Street to New York Avenue. (Hwy 23 turns into Kohler Memorial Drive and Erie Avenue.)
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