Krasl Art Center
Beginning June 26, 2020, Krasl Art Center reopens our doors to the public. KAC has adopted a detailed COVID-19 Response & Preparedness Plan.
KAC’s Galleries are free & open to the public. Your suggested donation of $5.00 per person helps KAC fulfill its mission. Classes, camps, and group visits are fee-based. Visit our Education Webpage for up to date information on education programs.
Studios are closed until further notice.
Krasl Art Center offers a dynamic, inclusive place to engage with the arts, the outdoors and each other. “Rising Crossing Tides,” a site-specific sculpture by Richard Hunt, is the monumental centerpiece of KAC’s engaging outdoor campus, which displays an additional six sculptures that change annually. Indoors, enjoy high-quality contemporary art in the galleries, unique artist-made items in The Shop, ongoing studio classes, special events, and dynamic programs. KAC is free & open to the public.
Visit krasl.org for details on exhibition programming, classes, and the Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff.
2021 CALL FOR ARTISTS
Krasl Art Center invites artists to submit an application to exhibit in the Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff each fall. Applications must be submitted through ZAPP.
The 2021 Art Fair applications will open October 2020.
Image: Rising Crossing Tides, by Richard Hunt, welcomes you to Krasl Art Center.