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Kohl’s Art Generation Open Studio: Art in Bloom

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MARCH 25–26, 10 AM–4 PM

Drop by the studio during Art in Bloom to create a one of a kind butterfly or beetle to add to the studio’s pollinator garden. And, meet children’s book author Lois Ehlert from 1–3 p.m.!

Learn more about Kohl’s Art Generation Open Studio.

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Kohl’s Art Generation Family Sundays: The Power of Posters

SUNDAY, MAY 7, 10 AM–4 PM

Step into the exciting world of design in the exhibition How Posters Work. Experiment with different combinations of words and pictures as you invent your own alphabet, create an advertisement, and design a book cover. Try your hand at drawing, collage, and printmaking, and even meet local designers!

Learn more about Kohl’s Art Generation Family Sundays.

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Paper Play: Kindergarten to Contemporary Art

Open during Museum hours

Explore the innovative use of paper by six contemporary artists, who use this humble material in simple ways—folding, weaving, cutting, and stacking—to make extraordinary works of art. Then, discover the possibilities of paper by creating a mysterious scene, a sculpture, and a colorful weaving!

Learn more about the Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery.

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Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery

Paper Play: Kindergarten to Contemporary Art

Explore the innovative use of paper by contemporary artists who use this humble material in simple ways—folding, weaving, cutting, and stacking—to make extraordinary works of art. Then, families can discover the possibilities of paper by creating a mysterious scene, a folded sculpture, and a colorful weaving!

Artists in this exhibition include Richard Sweeney, Wu Jian’an, Michelle Grabner, Tara Donovan, Andrea Dezsö, and an installation by Fred Liang in the Museum’s East End.

The Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery is open during regular Museum Hours.

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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.

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