Browse all current and upcoming events, exhibitions, performances, lectures, and educational workshops exploring creativity from all angles.
Delve deeply into topical explorations with our seasons, collections of exhibits, performances, lectures, and educational workshops centered on a central notion.
Browse all past programs supporting our mission of exploring the creative process and seeing things differently.
Browse all programs for exhibitions featuring item-based creative endeavors.
Browse all programs for performance pieces showcasing live creativity in action.
Browse all programs focused on guest lectures covering wide-ranging topics in the artistic and creative fields.
Browse all programs related to educational workshops, classes, and conferences, bringing hands-on enlightenment to creative topics and crafts.
Designed by architects Mark Mack (Mack Architect(s)) and Bill Stott (Architectural Offices), the library is an open space for research and exploration.
Built for the 21st century, the KANEKO-UNO Library incorporates traditional library materials with state-of-the-art electronic technology and is specially designed to encourage creative exploration and endeavor, to facilitate the understanding and expression of creativity in a myriad of ways.
The library is a place that offers a research scientist, a business leader, a teacher, a visual artist, or an aspiring student an opportunity to tap into something they might not find in their daily environment. The KANEKO-UNO Library focuses its attention on stimulating creativity, on what will help people widen their view and open their sights.