Sunday, July 24, 10 AM–4 PM
Explore how paintings and movies can connect in American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood. Tour the feature exhibition, and then sketch a story, sculpt characters, and add your mark to a giant painted backdrop. Watch local actors perform, and then be a part of the scene.
Learn more about Kohl’s Art Generation Family Sundays.
Kohl’s Color Wheels is the Museum’s off-site studio program, bringing fun-filled art projects to Milwaukee-area festivals throughout the summer.
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Open during Museum hours
Explore the ways that artists use everyday materials to create beautiful works of art, as you design a quilt, construct a table from wood scraps, and rearrange a treasure box. Then step up to the Rubbish Bar to make your own unique treasure from trash!
Learn more about the Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery.
Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery: Rubbish!
Explore the ways that artists use everyday materials to make beautiful works of art! Families can engage with Deborah Butterfield’s horse made out of sticks and mud; Clarence and Grace Woolsey’s bottle-cap wonder; Chakaia Booker’s sculpture made from used car and truck tires, and more! Then, create your own work of art as you design a quilt, rearrange a table with wood scraps, and compose a treasure box. You can even create your own unique treasure from trash at the Rubbish Bar!
The Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery is open during regular Museum Hours.
Kohl’s Art Generation Lab:Haitian Art
Immerse yourself in the art and culture of Haiti—past and present—in this new exhibition drawn from the Museum’s collection of Haitian art. Learn about the importance of community, family, religion, and more through music, photography, and a variety of activities.
The Kohl’s Art Generation Lab is open during regular Museum Hours.