Established in 1967, the center expanded from a historic house to a 100,000 square feet facility including ten galleries.
Since the 1970s, the Arts Center has been involved in the preservation, study, and exhibition of work by vernacular artists, and has been the home of a world-renowned Arts/Industry program. The Arts/Industry collection comprises works of art produced by artists-in-residence.
Collaboration to realize the home and studio of Florence Hasard
New works by 8 past recipients of the Nohl Fellowship
Works offer commentary on contemporary culture, politics, and trends
Works create a world set simultaneously in the future and the past
Works representing each phase of a 50-year practice
Works use a variety of methodologies and materials to explore aspects of the self