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Art is the Big Idea, and Craft is the Process. Connecting people to art and creative practice. KMAC Museum is a contemporary art museum located in Louisville's historic downtown on Museum Row. The Museum explores the relationship between art and...more
This is a great little museum to stop by. No fees to enter and there are classes for kids to attend to. For those who love coffee they also have that. The art is unlike what I was used to but it was nice to...More
Everyone in our party, ages 8-77, enjoyed the museum, despite some reluctance to enter. It's small, but roomy, so it's easy to take everything in. The art was varied enough that everyone found something of interest, and the chair exhibit was thought-provoking for creative, political,...More
If you are strolling down West Main Street in Louisville why not stop in this fun art museum that is totally free. The exhibits are always changing so do peek in to see what’s new. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Pop in and...More
We ducked into here near the end of the day thinking that we would come again another day but get info. Instead, learning that it's a small, intimate contemporary art museum that would only take about 30 minutes to tour, we stayed. So glad we...More
This is a great little museum. It has rotating exhibitions that change periodically. There was a great display of ceramics (ran from 12/14/18 thru 4/7/19) while we were visiting. You should allow at least an hour when visiting the KMAC Museum.
This place is perfect addition to a day in Louisville. We stopped for about 90 min to browse art and relax. We had a coffee, looked around the shop, and leisurely walked through the exhibit.
This is a really chill spot to relax and unwind....More
On a cold day after attending a rally I thought why not stop in here? Fortunately, it’s a free museum(funded by Delta Dental) with two floors of exhibits. It’s a small art museum with rotating exhibits that can be quite interesting. It’s in a cool,...More
I was dissapointed when I visited several years ago but tried again. This time not having to pay an admission free really helped. Crafts from permanent collection on top floor were disappointing. But video installations on second floor were very good. Gift shop still the...More