The John Michael Kohler Arts Center has begun construction of the Art Preserve—a 54,000-square-foot satellite facility designed to elevate the experience of its collection to new heights.
In his massive paintings and video work, Kehinde Wiley explores ideas of black masculinity by commenting on social shifts and investigating cultural hybrids.
These artists manipulated their homes and personal spaces into something extraordinary.
In the mid-sixties, the John Michael Kohler property was donated to create a mult-arts center. From that, JMKAC has only grown to help facilitate a creative exchange between artists and the Sheboygan community. JMKAC continues to grow and evolve to provide arts to all the people. Find out every detail that made JMKAC what is today by exploring our interactive timeline.Find Out More
This exhibition brings together two important aspects of Nohl’s legacy—the Mary L. Nohl fellowship program and Nohl’s connection to the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
Explore astounding large-scale works of art known as art environments that have surprised travelers and intrigued and bemused local residents throughout the Wisconsin landscape for decades
The Arts/Industry collection comprises works of art produced by artists-in-residence in the John Michael Kohler Arts Center’s world-renowned Arts/Industry program.More Info
The public washrooms at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center epitomize the achievements of Arts/Industry, the decades-long collaboration between art and industry conceived by Director Ruth Kohler.More Info