Kalamazoo Institute of Arts
Part of the community since 1924, the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts provides visual arts experiences to people throughout West Michigan. Every year, thousands of visitors enjoy the KIA's temporary exhibitions (most of them presented free of charge), special events, educational programs, fine arts library, and art classes in the Kirk Newman Art School.
The museum's 10 galleries showcase outstanding temporary exhibitions and portions of the KIA's significant permanent collection. While the collection's emphasis is 20th-century American painting and sculpture, it also includes an extensive European and American print collection, as well as important collections of photography and contemprary ceramics. The collection includes works by local, national, and international artists, including the stunning glass chandelier by Dale Chihuly that hangs in the foyer.
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