Description: Micro Museum is celebrating its 25th year on Smith Street and is best known for its solar powered kinetic sculpture in the second floor window. It is founded by interdisciplinary visual artists Kathleen Laziza and William Laziza. The museum has a collection of media arts, philharmonic 78 RPM records and the art of many emerging artists on video/DVD/cyber. The museum is thriving art center where professional artists practice and hone their exhibitions. It is also a place where hundreds of performing and film making artists gather to intersect with other contemporary artists. Micro Museum is open by appointment for groups during the week and available for the walk-in public on Saturday from 12 - 7 PM for It is a 501c3 organization operated through Promote Art Works, Inc.