The Krasl Art Center in downtown St. Joseph, Michigan collects and publicly displays contemporary sculpture. On our campus and throughout the community, indoors and out, you can engage with dynamic artworks by Dale Chihuly, Richard Hunt, George Rickey, and many more artists – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Explore the Krasl Art Center’s public sculpture sites and you will learn about more than art; you will discover the community in which it lives.
Krasl Art Center offers youth and adult education programs in a variety of media, including drawing, painting, photography, stop-motion animation, ceramics, and sculpture. Stay up-to-date on classes by subscribing to our e-newsletter
Something is always happening at Krasl Art Center. From the Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff to ongoing public events indoors and out to our volunteer gatherings, Krasl is a vibrant year ’round gathering spot. See what’s coming soon. We’d love to see you at Krasl Art Center in beautiful downtown St. Joseph, Michigan.
The 2020 Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff has been canceled, but you can still support the talented artists juried into the fair! Browse our 2020 Featured Artists and purchase artwork directly through the artists’ websites.
Mark your calendar for July 10 & 11, 2021 as we celebrate the 60th annual Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff.
The non-profit Krasl Art Center provides southwest Michigan residents and visitors the opportunity to experience high quality art exhibitions, installations, and events, and to participate in art classes, camps, guest artist workshops, and outreach opportunities. Always changing indoors and out, Krasl is grateful for the support of our generous donors, volunteers and members. If you haven’t yet, please consider volunteering, becoming a member and/or making a donation. It all matters.
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 2021
11 AM – 12:30 PM – At your house!
FREE & OPEN TO ALL AGES
Space Limited, Registration will open in March – krasl.org/education/youth/classes
Inspired by Nikki Renee Anderson’s works on view in KAC’s Main Galleries this spring, ‘Boom Bloom,’ Anderson uses clay to make sculptures with bright pops of color that contrast the sculpture form. This family day we will play with sculptural forms and dripping paint onto them, similar to Anderson’s work.