TOUR KMAC Museum on the Republic Bank First Friday Hop
Guided tours are a great way to get an in-depth look at the KMAC exhibitions. Your group will be led by knowledgeable and engaging docents or museum staff in an experience that is tailored to your group. They now also offer Spanish-language tours; call ahead to request a Spanish-speaking guide.
The KMAC Museum is ADA accessible. Follow the link below to sign up or call (502) 589-0102.
Admission to KMAC is free thanks to a generous donation from Brook and Pam Smith. KMAC is also supported in part by members, The Fund for the Arts, and the Kentucky Arts Council. Their exhibitions are supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
715 West Main Street Louisville, Kentucky 40202 502.589.0102
ABOUT KMAC MUSEUM
Founded in 1981, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (formerly Art and Craft Foundation) was started as a way to build interest in the state’s rich craft heritage, which lead to a collection of American Folk Art from the region.
In 2001, the organization relocated to four-story cast iron structure located in downtown Louisville’s West Main Street Historic District. The three galleries located on the first, second and third floor provides 27,000 square feet for large-scale exhibitions.
The Museum was renovated in 2016 to create a space that better serves the public and fosters creative thinking and exploration. KMAC worked with Christoff: Finio architects, NY.