Vincent van Gogh remains one of the best-loved artists in the world today, with a passionate appeal that touches young and old alike.
Van Gogh for All is a 1,500-to 3,000-square-foot traveling exhibit with a focus on the artist’s work from his time in Arles, Saint-Rémy, and Auvers sur Oise.
Designed to engage curious learners of all ages, this experientially rich exhibit uses modern technology and participatory learning to immerse new audiences in van Gogh’s genius, his personal struggles, and his creative process.
Van Gogh for All was designed and produced by the Dolores Kohl Education Foundation.
Designer: Dolores Kohl
Collaborating Designer: David Christopher Krause
Dr. Richard Brettell • Founding Director, The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, University of Texas at Dallas
S. Hollis Clayson • Professor, Art History, Northwestern University
Rives Collins • Charles Deering McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence, School of Communication, Northwestern University
Gloria Groom • Chair of European Painting and Sculpture, David and Mary Winton Green Curator, Art Institute of Chicago
Kurt Haunfelner • Former Vice President, Exhibits and Design, Museum of Science and Industry
Richard Hunt • Sculptor
David Christopher Krause • Assistant Professor, Cinema and Television Arts, Columbia College Chicago
Don Marinelli • Co-Founder, Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon University
Barbara O’Keefe • Dean, School of Communications, Northwestern University
Julio M. Ottino • Dean, Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science, Northwestern University
Marcelle Polednik • Director, Milwaukee Art Museum
Adrian Randolph • Dean, Judd A. & Marjorie Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Northwestern University
Rick Valicenti • Graphic Designer