Public Programs: Free Admission

FAMILY DAYS

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!

LAST WISH FOR WINIFRED WITCH AUTHOR READING AND ZIPLINE WITCH ART ACTIVITY
BENTON HARBOR PUBLIC LIBRARY, 213 EAST WALL STREET, BENTON HARBOR
OCTOBER 14
Join us at the Benton Harbor Public Library for a fun reading of Last Wish for Winifred Witch by author Cheri L. Hallwood.  Afterwards, meet the author as she teaches you to create a magic potion from the story and create a zipline witch art activity with KAC teaching artists!


TURKEY PUPPETS!
NOVEMBER 11
Get ready for Thanksgiving by making turkey puppets!  Add beaks, feathers, gobblers and more to your sock or stick puppet and you are ready to perform for the family.


CLAY DAY: INSPIRED BY SUSAN BEINER
DECEMBER 9
Inspired by artlab artist Susan Beiner, participants will create a collaborative sculpture out of clay to be displayed in the KAC library.  Participants will use clay and underglaze to create flower-like forms to be stacked and grouped into a large sculpture.

 

ANNUAL MEETING & GUEST SPEAKER:


CREATIVE COMMUNITY BUILDING WITH TOM BORRUP  

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 , 7 PM  

Tom Borrup, PhD, is a leader and innovator in creative community building, community-based cultural planning, and creative placemaking – leveraging cultural and other assets to advance equitable economic, social, civic, and physical regeneration of place-based communities. Borrup has worked throughout the nation with leading community members and artists to foster the growth of creative communities without the sacrifice of social and economic justice. Join us for this exclusive evening with Borrup as he addresses creative community building and how it relates to the twin cities of St. Joseph and Benton Harbor, Michigan.