• KAL 50 Poster Exhibition

    Posted on Jan 24th

    Last fall students from Henrique Nardi’s Basic Graphic Design class were challenged to create a 50th-anniversary poster for the Kohler Art Library. […]

  • Those Crazy Fakirs!

    Posted on Jan 23rd

    In this era of fake news, deepfakes, and the blurring of truth and fiction, it may come as a surprise to learn […]

  • Two Shows, One Planet: The Endless Summer + Earthwork

    Posted on Sep 25th

    This Fall Kohler Art Library presents two shows with one idea: art addressing global climate change. Hanging on the library’s walls is […]

  • Enough is Enough: Art Against Gun Violence

    Posted on Aug 19th

    In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, TX and Dayton, OH the Kohler Art Library is displaying prints from the […]

  • Work at the Kohler Art Library!

    Posted on Aug 8th

    The Kohler Art Library is currently hiring graduate students for weekend and evening supervisor positions for the 2019-20 school year. Position duties […]

  • Pop-Up Exhibit: The Hidden Life of Things

    Posted on Mar 11th

    Andean and Amazonian Cultural Artifacts and the Stories They Tell The Kohler Art Library is pleased to host a pop-up exhibit about […]

  • New Artists’ Book Exhibit: Jim Lee & Blue Moon Press

    Posted on Feb 7th

    The Kohler Art Library is pleased to announce “Narrative Images: Jim Lee & Blue Moon Press,” our selection for the 5th Annual […]

  • Seed the Vote

    Posted on Oct 1st

    This exciting exhibit combines artists’ books from the Kohler Art Library collection with art from current UW-Madison MFA students to explore the […]

  • Through a Magnum Lens: Photographing the 1960s

    Posted on Jun 14th

    Commemorating the Madison Reunion and the 50th anniversary of 1968, the Kohler Art Library’s summer show focuses on the poignant moments that […]

  • Collective Investigation Comes to the Kohler

    Posted on Apr 12th

    Join artist (and former UW-Madison photography faculty) Matthew Bakkom as he shares Collective Investigation, a collaborative method through which groups explore collections of […]

  • The Reimagined Book: Julie Chen & Flying Fish Press

    Posted on Mar 15th

      Distinguished book artist Julie Chen has produced nearly 60 limited edition works that focus on the reading experience and the materiality […]

  • We Weave What We See

    Posted on Mar 9th

    The Kohler Art Library’s current show, We Weave What We See, is a collection of Diné (Navajo) weavings by artist Dakota Mace. […]