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The Kohler Foundation, a non-profit organization located in Kohler, WI, has long supported the arts and education. The Foundation’s work encompasses five major areas of concentration: art preservation, grants, scholarships, performing arts through the Distinguished Guest Series, and management of the Waelderhaus, a historic home.
This week, top officials from Georgia State Tourism and Economic Development visited Pasaquan as they seek to assist Marion County, GA and the town of Buena Vista plan for the opening of the site.
Record-Holding Award-Winner Coming to Kohler
KOHLER, Wis. – November 13, 2014 – Continuing the 2014-15 season of the Distinguished Guest Series, Kohler Foundation welcomes soprano Audra McDonald to the Kohler Memorial Theater on Friday, February 27, 2015 at 8 p.m.
The Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 23 charitable organizations, representing the Foundation's fall 2014 award cycle.
Kohler Foundation is thrilled to announce the 2014-15 Season of our Distinguished Guest Series! We think you’ll be just as excited as we are about this history-making line-up!
Each year, Kohler Foundation awards more than 20 scholarships to Sheboygan County graduating seniors, valued in 2014 at $390,000. Below is the list of our 2014 recipients. We are proud to support their academic pursuits, artistic excellence, and leadership development.
Internationally renowned art site in Georgia will be restored by prestigious foundation
The Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 30 charitable organizations, representing the Foundation's spring 2014 award cycle. Kohler Foundation grant guidelines give preference to arts and education programs based in or benefiting Sheboygan County or other small towns in Wisconsin. Over the next few weeks we'll be highlighting some of these organizations and projects on the Kohler Foundation's social media channels. Like and Follow our Facebook page, and follow our Twitter stream for photos and stories! We're proud to partner with the following organizations in support of the arts and education.
Renowned Maine artist Bernard Langlais, created over 3,000 indoor and outdoor works of art during his lifetime. Unique, edgy and very creative, he was also well known as a painter in New York City where he lived during the 1950's and '60's. Now, a new 10-minute documentary tells the story of the collaboration of three organizations – Colby College Museum of Art, Kohler Foundation Inc., and Georges River Land Trust – and the effort to restore and preserve his legacy. Visit our Bernard Langlais page to watch!