A variety of online programs, virtual tours of present and past exhibitions, and at-home art activities are available at home with the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.

Browse the page below for the latest online events and offerings.

Virtual tours

Unmasking Masculinity
for the 21st Century

Captive Beauties: Depictions of Women in Late Imperial China

Balancing the Cosmos:
The Works of Li Hongwei

Unveiling American Genius

Framing Moments: Photography from Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

View the digital catalog

From Earth and Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics

Online programs

A wide-range of art programming can be found on the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts’ YouTube Channel.

ARTbreaks and ARTbytes

Weekly Tuesday noon ARTbreaks offer a diverse range of presentations, from films, to demos, to talks and discussions.

Artist Talks

Talks are presented by curators, artists, educators and more. These events are typically included with admission.

Art Detectives

Once a month, Arty the Art Detective will guide young learners through reading, making, and looking! Join us for this free program designed for children 4–8 (but other ages welcome!)

At-Home Art Activities

Created by Jessica Sundstrom, the KIA’s assistant curator of youth & family programs, these at-home art activities are designed to be educational and fun. With a simple supply list, families can create their own art works to be displayed at home.

Spoon Painting

Squish Painting

Create Your Own Museum

Rainbow Finger Painting