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Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 30 reviews on the web
The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (KMAC) was founded in 1981 as the Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation. Since that time, KMAC has grown to represent thousands of Kentucky and regional craft artists in its retail and exhibition galleries, has initiated an education program to teach Kentucky school children about Kentucky’s art and craft heritage and has developed and expanded creative an innovative educational programs to help Kentucky teachers implement the state-legislated Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA). In 2003, KACF moved into a newly renovated building on historic West Main Street in Louisville, Kentucky, and incorporated the name Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft. KMAC continues to fulfill its goal to promote the art and craft heritage of Kentucky, to support artists and educate the public through programming and exhibitions.
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  • I have wanted to visit since the recent remodel. They still are not fully finished. I enjoyed the art but I always wish the attendants would be friendlier. There was no eye contact or welcome smile. I...  read more »
  • Love KMAC and all they are doing as a steward of arts and culture in Louisville. They have tons of events that appeal to a wide variety of audiences, so there is literally something for everyone at so...  read more »
  • Yes, this is a donation admittance and you could forego the expense. So yes, technically, it's free. And the space is new and open and many pieces were well displayed. However, I kept thinking that th...  read more »
  • I was a little upset because I called ahead and asked if they had wheelchairs available they said yes. So I went with my husband and they didn't have an at all in the building. I feel like that was a waste of time. My husband stayed in the car while I was with our children. It was supposed to be a family outgoing. As the museum goes very interesting the children enjoyed themselves.
  • Couple rad pieces but the current collection didn't blow my socks off. Staff was super friendly though and made the visit very enjoyable.
  • Great place to watch basketball! Very nice!
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