The Richard & Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum, located at the historic 1838 Indian Dormitory on Mackinac Island, centers on fine and decorative arts inspired by Mackinac Island through the ages. View a historic pottery rim fragment excavated near the museum, and marvel at the many historic oil paintings and sketches of Mackinac Island created during the era of fur trade and Native American encampments. Filled with interactive displays, hands-on activities, and beautiful exhibitions, this state-of-the-art museum serves as an inspiration for creativity. The Kids' Art Studio, located in the lower level, is open early June-late August. Skilled artists on staff present a variety of activities that let creativity flow through paint, pencils and crayons. Art work and Mackinac State Historic Park publications are available for purchase in the on site gift shop.