JMKAC is Temporarily Closed

To proactively protect the entire community, The John Michael Kohler Arts Center will remain temporarily closed as part of the effort to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus.



608 New York Avenue | Sheboygan, WI 53081
Map location

Exit I-43 (Exit 126) onto Highway 23 East, which becomes Kohler Memorial Drive and then Erie Avenue.  Continue east to North Seventh Street, turn right, and follow North Seventh Street four blocks south to New York Avenue.  Turn left on New York Avenue.  The entrance to the Arts Center is located on New York Avenue between North Sixth and Seventh Streets.

Free parking is available across the street on the south side of New York Avenue.


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Arts Center Information

Contact Information

Phone: 920.458.6144

Fax: 920.458.4473

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The John Michael Kohler Arts Center, SHOP, and ARTspace Kohler are fully accessible to those with disabilities.  Everything is on one level. Wheelchairs are available at the Arts Center.


Admission is always free.

The Arts Center always accepts voluntary donations.

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To proactively protect the entire community, the CAFE and SHOP will remain temporarily closed as part of the effort to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus .

Explore the Arts Center

Exhibitions 360 Tours

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


View Exhibitions

Virtual Social STUDIO

Social STUDIO is a place for fostering community through conversation, creativity, and collaboration. That's true in real life, and virtually, too. Join our Social STUDIO Facebook Group to find ways to connect with the arts, the community, and yourself.

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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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The Sheboygan Project

Walking Tour

Art does not have to be confined to museums and galleries. The Sheboygan Project brings the street-art movement to Sheboygan, Wisconsin by using the urban landscape as a canvas for exciting works of art that reflect the city’s people and culture.

The Sheboygan Project aimed to  connect artists with available wall space and resources to create unique site-specific works in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Walking Tour Map