Peter Bratt's Dolores tells the story of Dolores Huerta, among the most important, yet least-known, activists in American history. Free and open to the public.
Explore works of art by hundreds of students from classrooms throughout Sheboygan County. Enjoy music, refreshments, and hands-on workshops.
This exhibition series takes a different stance, delving into the finer points of an artist’s life and exploring the rich territories of belief, opinion, and fact in contemporary art.
Step into an Irish pub at JMKAC. Enjoy an evening of gritty, live Irish music by The Honeygoats and The Kissers. Enjoy Irish grub catered by ARTcafe, bar games, and four beers on tap. Come to mingle, but please—no dancing on the tables!Get Tickets
Congratulations to artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald for their wonderfully powerful Presidential Portraits unveiled this week at the National Portrait Gallery. Wiley’s work was presented in an exhibition here at JMKAC in Kehinde Wiley: The World Stage—China, part of the Echos of the Past exhibition series in 2007. You can purchase a publication about this exhibition in our online store.Learn More
Sesssions in March, April, and May
Conversations on Race and Empowerment (CoRE) is presented as a facilitated community dialogue within the Arts Center. CoRE will discuss the impact of race, power, and identity in our country and community. Facilitated by Reverend Lex Cade-White and Alexandra Nugent.Register
JMKAC offers internships for individuals considering or pursuing careers in museum work. We are now accepting applications for our summer intern program.
Interns (left to right) Molly Goltry, Ashley Truttschel, Laura Tymm, Winona Albano-Bachtell, Hannah Arata, Isabel Detienne, Gabrielle Egnater, Brook Jacques, and Alexis Markowski-Boerst.