This unique complex is situated on the grounds of a 17.5 acre Kenosha County Park, overlooking Lake Michigan and featuring a conference center, historic chapel, Civil War-era mansion, observatory, arboretum, and fine art gallery.
To preserve the historic nature of the site and buildings and offer programs that promote an understanding of local history and all arts, while providing an historic setting for cultural, recreational, and educational activities.
To increase awareness of the arts and contribute to arts education in the community by hosting performances, exhibitions, workshops, lectures, and special events while supporting and encouraging the activities of other arts organizations within the community.
Edward Kubicki, Executive Director
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Robin Ingrouille, Kemper Center Administrator
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Jeannie Seefeldt, Anderson Arts Center Administrator
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Pat Mott – Kemper Hall Alumnae
Jason Rasch – Rasch Construction & Engineering
Patty Dickow – Dickow/Cyzak
Penny Enroth – Lifetime Member/Kemper Hall Alumnae
Laura Belsky – Kenosha County Supervisor
Frank Sartor – Burton & Mayer
Nicole Tridle – Kenosha County Account Clerk
Robin Zagra – St. Joseph Catholic Academy