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The John Michael Kohler Arts Center and Kohler Co. share a commitment to support artists from around the world through Arts/Industry. The Arts Center is an independent nonprofit organization. Kohler Co. has become the nation’s leading manufacturer of plumbing and specialty products as well as the third largest generator manufacturer in the world and a major producer of four-cycle gasoline and diesel engines.
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Arts/Industry is an on-going collaboration between art and industry at the Kohler Co. Pottery, Iron and Brass Foundries, and Enamel Shop in the United States. Participants are exposed to a body of technical knowledge that enables them to explore forms and concepts not possible in their own studios as well as new ways of thinking and working. Artists-in-residence may work in the Kohler Co. Pottery, Iron and Brass Foundries, and Enamel Shop to develop a wide variety of work in clay, enamelled cast iron, and brass including but not limited to murals and reliefs, temporary or permanent site-specific installations, and functional and sculptural forms. Read full listing…
Corning Museum of Glass and John Michael Kohler Arts Center offer a joint artist-in-residence program. Artists spend one month at The Studio in Corning, New York and two to six months in Kohler Co.'s foundry (casting iron or brass) or pottery (slip casting clay) in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Artists are required to have experience working with glass, but do not need experience working with clay or metal. Read full listing…
John Michael Kohler Arts Center and Kohler Co. support artists from around the world through an Arts/Industry residency program. Artists-in-residence gain access to pottery, iron and brass foundries and the enamel shop to develop a wide variety of work in clay, enamelled cast iron, and brass. The residency program operates year round to support approximately sixteen artists annually, usually four in residence at a time. Participants may develop a wide variety of work including but not limited to functional and sculptural forms, murals and reliefs, temporary or permanent site-specific installations, and public art commissions. Read full listing…