Do plan a visit to this museum when in Kalamazoo. It shows a varied selection of paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, and photographs in an airy, well laid out building. Besides the fine permanent collection, the museum also does temporary exhibitions. We saw an extraordinary collection of Japanese bamboo sculptures, the paintings of a Michigan native, Catherine Hinkle, and a centenary tribute to the Armory Show of 1913 on our recent visit. There is a well-stocked reference library and a gift shop. Of special interest for those with children, is a room filled with things to keep them busy and entertained. The highlight was two computer screens on which to compose colorful pictures using pre-programmed elements.
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