Public Programs: Free Admission

WANDERING SPIRIT: AFRICAN WAX PRINTS

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 5:30-6:30 PM
LECTURE
Elizabeth Morton, Associate Professor of Art History at Wabash College, will speak about how internationally renowned contemporary artists have explored the visual and emotional impact of wax prints. Limited seating. 


MONDAY, MARCH 26, 9 AM
COFFEE WITH THE CURATOR
Walk through the galleries to learn about the art on view
with KAC Deputy Director, Tami Miller. 


King's Chair Dress Form, introduced in 1980; Courtesy of Beatrice Benson Collection

 

 

 

FAMILY DAYS 2018

SATURDAYS, 11 AM-12:30 PM
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Stop by the KAC art galleries for coffee, snacks, and art activities.  Fun for the whole family!
 

 

APRIL 28: UPCYCLED CARTOONY CHARACTERS
RE-IMAGINE CONSIGNMENT, 416 STATE STREET, ST. JOSEPH
REGISTER HERE FOR FREE
ReImagine Consignment is all about re-using, re-purposing and re-creating!
Participants will learn how to combine and alter wood, plastic, metal and fabric
items saved from the landfill to make cartoony characters with KAC instructor Keith Stevens.  

 

 

 

 

COMMUNITY STUDENT ART EXHIBITION

Each year, Berrien RESA, The Box Factory for the Arts, and the Krasl Art Center work together to present two amazing student art shows, one for elementary students and one for middle school and high school students. These art shows allow local students to exhibit their artwork in a professional venue and have it viewed by hundreds of people in our communities. 

Middle and High School Exhibition
Location: Box Factory for the Arts, 1101 Broad Street, St. Joseph, MI
Reception with the Artists: Tuesday, April 10, 6-8 PM
Art will be on view April 7-28

Untitled by Allyson White, winner of 2017 Emerging Artist Award