Enjoy current and past exhibitions through virtual gallery tours. Dive deeper into exhibition themes and works of art with curatorial writings and artist interviews.


On view through November 29: Tokens of Appreciation, which considers the meaningful and unexpected relationships that develop between Kohler Co. factory associates and Arts/Industry residents who come to the factory to create art. Want to learn more? Watch video interviews with Arts/Industry residents Jaydan Moore and Talia Mukmel (below), who share their memories of the Arts/Industry program.


360-degree Gallery Views

Grab a cup of coffee and your laptop, then browse these pages to find 360-degree gallery views and lots of information about our current exhibitions

Tokens of Appreciation

Good Road to Follow

Dr. Charles Smith

Outdoor Activities


Carl Peterson Sculpture Garden

The Arts Center’s gardens burst with blossoms (and butterflies) this time of year. After creating your Tokens of Appreciation dance, stay a while to explore our grounds. The Carl Peterson Sculpture Garden is one of the Wandering Wisconsin artist environment sites. Explore on your own, or via a self-guided tour/scavenger hunt.

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Get Some Fresh Air at the James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden

One of Wisconsin’s famous artist-built environments is right in our own backyard. James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden features a forest of sculptures created by Tellen, whose day job was painting chairs in local furniture factory. Tellen’s work surrounds his family’s summer cabin, set in a lovely wooded area just south of Sheboygan. Enjoy fresh air, nature, and original art from dusk to dawn daily. The garden is located at 5634 Evergreen Drive, Town of Wilson, Wisconsin.

Explore Past JMKAC Exhibition Microsites

JMKAC Collections Storage;

Take the Road Less Traveled



Enter Apartment 4



What is Beauty?


Folk & Fable: Levi Fisher Ames & Albert Zahn + Faythe Levine


Find out more about the art-environment builders in our collection. You will be able to find these artists at the Art Preserve upon its opening.

In 2017, we took The Road Less Traveled with a conference and responses to JMKAC art environments. Watch lectures from experts and artists and take virtual tours of the galleries.

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