October 2017 First Friday Radar

Mexico City Benefit Show

Friday 5:00 pm –11:00 pm

122 W 18th St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

A one night event, on behalf of Saturnal Temple of the Eternal Cult of Rome, is a fundraising event looking to raise funds which will go towards relief efforts in Mexico City and its surrounding areas that were impacted by the recent earthquake. Work by Thomas Luna and Sean Prudden will be on exhibit and for sale, all proceeds will be donated to Brigada de Rescate Topos.

 

Linden

Friday 6:00 pm –8:00 pm

Mid-America Arts Alliance

2018 Baltimore Ave.

Kansas City, MO 64108

Marcie Miller Gross will exhibiting new work following a recent residency in Berlin. The work explores significant historical sites while concurrently noting the importance of trees and forests in Germany, both in the present and past.

 

Natural Tension

Friday 5:00 pm –9:00 pm

Todd Weiner Gallery

115 W. 18th  St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

In preparation for the International Sculpture Conference, this group exhibit features work by Oliver Clark, Miranda Clark, and Arny Nadler. The drive of the exhibition comes from an overarching theme of use of materiality to portray ideas, ranging from the man-made and the organic to familiar features of architecture.

 

Make a Wish for the Bird and the Fish

Friday 6:00 pm –9:00 pm

Imagine That! Kansas City

2010 McGee St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

This multimedia group show focus on an array of interpretations and representations of nature. Alongside this, Meghan Cochrane Rowswell, a local fiber artist, will also be exhibiting. Also based on nature topics, she creates installations made from found materials and textiles, arranging them to imitate the intricate Japanese flower arrangements known as ikebana.

Neighborhood Artist Residency – Information & Outreach

Saturday 2:00 pm –4:30 pm

Hoop Dog Studio

3308 Troost Ave.

Kansas City, MO 64109

An information session for anyone interested in Charlotte Streets new residency program, which will be located at 4001 Troost Avenue.




September 2017 First Friday Weekend Radar

Friday:

Red Dirt Rug, Works on Paper, and Project Share

Friday 6:00-8:00 PM

KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice

1819 Grand Blvd

Kansas City, MO 64108

The works of Rena Detrixhe, Dale Eldred,  and Jeni Hansen Gard are all showing differing forms of sculpture at the KCAI Crossroads space. We’re especially excited to see Rena Detrixhe’s ephemeral dirt rug comprised of Oklahoma red soil.

Russell Ferguson and Shane Lutzk, and Robert Harrison

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

Belger Crane Yard Studios

2011 Tracy Ave

Kansas City, MO 64108

A collaboration between former student and mentor in the ceramic works of Russell Ferguson and Shane Lutzk alongside the architecturally inspired works of Robert Harrison. Belger Crane Yard is a great space to observe local contemporary ceramics exhibitions.

When We Wake To Desire

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

Vulpes Bastille

1737 Locust St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Following desire as a concept driving four contemporary emerging artists Patricia Graham, Kristina Noelle, Branden Bandel, and Molly Dillon. These works of painting and sculpture reference the concept through the spaces each of the works reference, a constant point of return to the place that keeps posing new questions, moving the work forward. Artists featured are Agustine Zegers, Leila Christine Nadir and Cary Peppermint, S.e. Nash, WhiteFeather Hunter, Zoë Schneider, Regina De Miguel, Lucrecia Dalt, and Rubina Martini

Fermenting Feminism: Exhibition and Publication Launch

Friday 6:00- 9:00 PM

Front/Space

217 W 18th St Kansas City, MO 64108

Bringing together the launch of a publication by Lauren Fournier, and an exhibition co-curated by Fournier and S.E. Nash. The show contains sculptures, video, vessels, “microbial selfies”, and rituals. The artists in the show find a point to combine contemporary feminist art practices and the magic of microbial transformation.

Afro-Jamaican, American

Friday 6:00-10:00 PM

Plenum Space Gallery

504 E 18th St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

Imani Nixon shows the expanded body of this work in Afro-Jamaican, American. These powerful, saturated photographs on view yet again after being exhibited at Front/Space earlier this year. These portraits showcase Nixon’s play with her own black identity and highlight the figures as forces of feminine power.

How do you pattern

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

Imagine That! Kansas City

2010 McGee St

Kansas City, MO 64018

Artists showcase their use of pattern in this exhibition of recent work. Imagine That! KC is a non-profit creative arts studio that serves developmentally different adults, and their exhibitions are usually full of play!

Saturday:

Scavenger Hunt with PLUG Projects

Saturday 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Help out our friends at PLUG Projects scavenge the West Bottoms for objects that will be included in a site specific installation by Julie Schenkelberg. Bring enthusiasm, a keen eye, and supplies to carry, wear clothes to get messy, gloves, and some good shoes. This is a rad opportunity to contribute to this artist’s immersive installation that will come together over the next couple of weeks!

 




July 2017 First Friday Radar!

Archive Collective @ Front/Space

Friday 8:00-11:00

Front/Space

217 W 18th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Archive Collective is collaborating with Front/Space in a new partnership. Programming is scheduled for the entire month of July to showcase the mission of AC — providing opportunities for the community to engage with photography and other lens-based media.

 

Care, A Performance

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

La Esquina

1000 W 25th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

An performance series and tour hosted by Rita Puleo featuring local and national artists Hadley Clark (Kansas City), Valentina Desideri (Amsterdam), Pepe Espaliú (1955-1993), Ben Gould (New York City), E.K. Harrison (Kansas City), Stuart Horodner (Lexington, KY), Carolyn Lazard (Philadelphia), Jaimes Mayhew (Baltimore), Park McArthur (New York City), Lynne McCabe (Houston), Carmen Papalia (Vancouver), Megan Pobywajlo and Olivia Clanton (Kansas City), Harriet Sanderson (2017), Gabriela Salazar (Brooklyn), Sarah Sudhoff (Houston), Samara Umbral (Kansas City), Constantina Zavitsanos (Brooklyn) This particular performance will use choreography to pose questions of mobility and access in works made by artists who have disabilities, chronic illness, or entanglements with the medical-industrial-complex.

In for a Penny, In for a Pound

Friday 6:00-9:00

Vulpes Bastille

1737 Locust St

Kansas City, MO 64108

In for a Penny, In For a Pound is curated by local artist-curator Thomas Luna. This show is featuring artists Annie Woodfill, Fredy Gabuardy, Justin Mellon, Kylie McConnell, Kyra Gross, Max Crutcher, and Zane Smith.

Mudras – A Hand Magazine Group Exhibition

Friday 6:00-9:00 pm

Leedy-Voulkos Art Center

2012 Baltimore Ave,

Kansas City, MO 64108

The Hand Magazine, which focuses on regional printmaking practices is curating and exhibition of local, national and international artists.

Femin • Is

Counter Point

Friday 6:00-9:0o pm

1903 Wyandotte St

Kansas City MO 64108

Portrait series by Rachelle Gardner-Roe from her year long Femin • Is project. Each portrait is based on an interview from her podcasts for KC Art Pie that focus on female-identifying creative folk.

Final Weekend of Cristina Muñiz: My Hand — Mi Mano

Friday 12-6 & Saturday 12-4

Kiosk Gallery

916 E 5th St

Kansas City, MO

 

Final weekend to check out rad local abstract painter Cristina Muniz’s new work at Kiosk Gallery




June 2017 First Friday Weekend Radar!

Select Username and Password

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

Front/Space

217 W 18th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Select Username and Password is a one night only exhibition by BOIBOY and Blair Schulman that examines the many faceted nature of crusing for sex. Featuring collaborations between Schulman, Kevin Heckart, and Matthew Johnson along with installations by BOIBOY, this show will highlight the hidden and overt protocols of the digital and IRL spaces in which these actions occur.

Every Street is Charlotte Street : An exhibition Featuring Sonié Joi Thompson-Ruffin (with Glenn North &  Rodney M. Thompson) and Max Key

KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

1819 Grand Blvd.

Kansas City, MO 64108

In relation to the Charlotte Street Foundation’s 20th anniversary celebration, KCAI’s CGCCP presents two exhibitions in tandem by Charlotte Street Award Fellows. Works in Thompson-Ruffin’s Revolutionary Awakening feature collaborations with Glenn North and Rodney M Thompson looking at both the history of African American women’s social clubs and a close look at society’s relationship to social activism. Max Key’s self-titled exhibition showcases large scale paintings of candy-like landfills.

Art Thrives on First Fridays: An Exhibition of work by Molly Garrett

Friday 6:00-8:00 PM

Thrive Pilates & Movement Studio

920 Baltimore Ave Suite 100

Kansas City, MO 64105

An exhibition of drawings by local artist and curator Molly Garrett, a current Charlotte Street Resident and co-director of PLUG Projects. Framed stills from Garrett’s animated film Steps to Balance 1-5. All drawings are $70 and the proceeds will go directly to Planned Parenthood Great Plains

Confetti: A solo exhibition by Emma Penrose

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

Night Blooms Darkroom, Bookstore, and Coffee

529 Southwest Blvd.

Kansas City, MO 64108

Solo exhibition of 35mm photographs by artist and filmmaker Emma Penrose.

June First Friday

Friday 6:00-9:00 pm

Imagine That! KC

2010 McGee St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Scribble Assembly showcases work by imagine that artists for an annual doodle exhibition.

 

SATURDAY

SPARK PLUGS

Saturday 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM

PLUG Projects

1613 Genessee St

Kansas City, MO 64102

A Saturday morning youth focused discussion and workshop connected to current exhibitions TerraForm and Lactobacillus Amongus. This workshop – let by KC arts educator Dennis Helsel- will invite children and parents to discuss their thoughts and ideas related to the current shows. Following, there will be an informal demo and supplies to make work in relation to the discussion.

 

Hanky Code Workshop with Boi Boy

Saturday 3:00-4:00 PM

PLUG Projects

1613 Genessee St

Kansas City, MO 64102

In relation to Pride month, PLUG Projects is collaborating with area artist BOIBOY for a Hanky Code workshop. This workshop (18+) will discuss the visual system of the Hanky Code used by gay men in the queer community to flag potential partners. The workshop will discuss its relation to material vs digital culture and coincide with a dying workshop, for the participants to create their own hankies. The workshop coincides with the one night only exhibition Select Username and Password at Front/Space

Art, Hope, and Immigrant Anecdotes

Saturday 2:00-3:00PM

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

4525 Oak St

Kansas City, MO 64111

The stories of local artists Kathy Liao, Yoonmi Nam, and F. Maria Velasco discuss immigration through culture shock, memory, identity, and the re-inventing of self in order to pursue the American Dream.




April 2017 First Friday Weekend Radar

FRIDAY APRIL 7:

Wounded Nature

Friday April 7th 6:00- 9:00 pm

Vulpes Bastille

1737 Locust St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

This exhibition features work from Crista Siglin, Andrew Lyles, Lauren Sobchak, Thomas Luna, Kelly Gazlay, and Sean Prudden. These artists work in a variety of media in conversation with ideas of instability and tension in their practices.

The Models Origin: Beyond The Core 

Friday April 7th 6:00-8:00

KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice

1810 Grand Blvd

Kansas City, MO 64108

In conjunction with the FATE (Foundations in Art: Theory and Education) conference, Melaney Ann Mitchell and Daniel Reneau juried and curated an exhibition of the work of North-American Foundations professors. It examines the internal and external influences that propel and challenge their art practices. Currently that trajectory is fueled by the political environment. Through understanding the core of their art practices, these instructors are able to set an example for their students socially, ideologically and in the classroom. The Model’s Origin: Beyond the Core explores this topic through the works of Gretchen Batcheller, Amanda Bulger, William Carpenter, Brandon Gellis, Katie Hargrave, Rachel Hayes, Garin Horner, Dahye Kim, Eddy Lopez, Guen Montgomery, Heather Szatmary, and Veronika Szkudlarek.

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Warm Wishes

Imagine That!

Friday April 7th 6:00-9:00 pm

Imagine That! Kansas City

2010 McGee Street

Kansas City, MO 64108

Work by five artists in Imagine That!’s program are united by mark making, use of color, and manipulation of the human form. Each artist references pop culture, movements, history, and cultural products that have influenced them. The exhibition is displayed alongside the work of community artist Nika Winn.

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For One, In A Shared Room – MFA Thesis Exhibition

Ruben Bryan Castillo

Friday April 7th 6:00-9:00 pm

Haw Contemporary

1600 Liberty St

Kansas City, MO 64102

Castillo blurs the boundaries between private and public and creates empathetic spaces that embrace our failed attempts at work, home-making, and love.

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Imani Nixon: Afro-Jamaican, American Thesis Exhibition

Friday April 7th 7:00-10:00 pm

Front/Space

217 W 18th Street

Kansas City, MO 64108-1204

Nixon explores gender roles, heritage and the notion of “blackness,” through her own American and Jamaican heritage, and her African ancestry.

2017 BFA Exhibition

Friday April 7th 5:00-7:00pm

H&R Block Artspace at KCAI

16 E 43rd St

Kansas City, MO 64111

New work by students in their thesis year, ready to earn their BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute.

prINTERPOLATION: KCAI Printmaking Department Group Exhibition

Friday April 7th 5:00-7:00 pm

Centric Projects

1814 Main St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Opening reception and live printing event featuring work from the Kansas City Art Institute’s Printmaking Department.

For The Record: 2017 Fiber Junior Exhibition

Friday April 7th 5:00-8:00 pm

KCAI Fiber

4218 Walnut St.

Kansas City, MO 64111

Exhibition featuring the work of juniors in the Fiber Department, dealing with themes of identity, community, memory, history and place. Also showcased are a group zine of the 9 artists, interactive works and community programming.
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The Angel Project: Work of Lucas Wagner

Friday April 7th–Saturday April 8th 5:00-9:00 pm

4235 Walnut Street

Kansas City, MO 64111

The Angel Project employs images from religion and advertising to illuminate problems gay men face when using dating apps.

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Lizzie Green: Between the Front Door and the Kitchen Sink

Friday April 7th 6:00-9:00 pm

Runs: April 7–29, 2017

Leedy-Voulkos Art Center

2012 Baltimore

Kansas City, MO 64108

Green explores familiarity and defining ‘home’ through abstract representational quilts, sculpture, free-standing works, and prose.

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ONE FIFTEENTH

Esther Leech and Ada Koch

Friday April 7th 6:00-9:00 pm

2016 Main St

Kansas City, MO, 6418-1920

ONE FIFTEENTH is a photographic exploration of the impact images have on our experience in making connections and how much of that is assumed. The series is two-part: framed images on a wall and a photo-book.

 

SATURDAY APRIL 8:

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Tributary: Opening + Artist talks

Saturday April 8th 1:00-4:00 pm

Runs: April 8th–April 22nd

Healthy Rivers Partnership

815 Woodswether Rd

Kansas City, MO 64105

Tributary at Healthy Rivers Partnership (HRP) showcases site-specific art installations about the Missouri River and its tributaries, both real and metaphorical.

 

 

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What’s Good With Alex Savage
Saturday April 8th 3:00-5:00 PM

la Esquina

1000 W 25th Street

Kansas City, MO 64108

Event celebrating the five year anniversary of What’s Good? – a late night talk show in the mid-afternoon hosted by Alex Savage featuring many special guests.

 

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Collective Toolbox Part 1: Exhibition and Workshop Series

opening Saturday April 8th 1:00-5:00 pm

Runs: April 8–May 4, 2017

Workshops: Select Saturdays and Sundays throughout April
Closing Reception and Artist Talk: Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 6 pm

The Drugstore

3948 Main St

Kansas City, MO 64111

This exhibition and series of workshops focuses on craft processes, profit-free material exchange, and the sharing of personal histories. Collective Toolbox will culminate in a potluck closing and a talk by the curator and organizer Olivia Clanton (BFA 2017 Fiber + Social Practice).

 

 

 

 

 




March 2017 First Friday Radar

 

Desolate Truths Overt Absences

Friday 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Leedy-Voulkos Art Center

2012 Baltimore Avenue

Kansas City, MO 64108

Artist Glyneisha Johnson discusses the relevance of Black homes and their inhabitants, something often overlooked in today’s society. Through collage, she depicts the broken landscape of Black History caused by colonialism as well as personal history within her own home.

 

Michael Strand – Misfit Cup Liberation: Kansas City

Friday 5:00pm – 8:00pm

KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice

1819 Grand Blvd.

Kansas City, MO 64108

Michael Strand’s project Misfit Cup Liberation, which started in Fargo, North Dakota in 2011, began as an experiment attempting to understand the bond and its origin between people and their possessions. Since its start, it has travelled to Europe, Asia, and South America.

 

The Grand Salon

Friday 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Imagine That! Kansas City

2010 McGee St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

This event celebrates the relocation and re-opening of Imagine That!, there will be a musical performance as well as an exhibition in the new gallery space. The show features all 58 artists represented by the organization.

 

Variance: An Exposition of Modes of Making

Friday 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Vulpes Bastille

1737 Locust St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

This group exhibit explores the artists’ individual process of art making and the final outcome.

 

Mujer/Woman: Latina Artists as Examiner, Documenters and Creator

Friday 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Mattie Rhodes Art Gallery

919 W. 17th St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

This 2nd annual exhibit celebrates Women’s History Month through focusing on the complexity of being a Woman Artist of Color in this time and place. It also discusses the role of an artist within their community.

 

Treat Yo Self Pop Up

Friday 4:00pm – 9:00pm

The Warehouse

4218 Walnut St

Kansas City, MO 64111

The KCAI Fiber Department presents their first independent pop shop. Young, participating artists and makers will have hand made goods for sale.




February 2017 First Friday Radar

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The Shape of Things: An Interpersonal Circumplex

Friday 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm

Front / Space

217 W. 18th St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

Portland based artists Justin Seibert and Kayla Mattes collaborate in an exploration of personality based on data collection. Templates are generated in response to a 24- question quiz corresponding to an individuals personality.  These are then folded into a 3D object.

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Public Reading and Performance Featuring Annie Raab and Trey Hock

Friday 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Beggars Table Church & Gallery

2010 Baltimore Ave

Kansas City, MO 64108

Local writer Annie Raab will be reading an original short fiction and Trey Hock will give a performative lecture titled “From Whence I Came.”

 

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Pinch / Punch

Friday 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Beco Flowers 1922 Baltimore Ave.

Kansas City, MO 64108

This exhibition features a collaborative project between Casey Whittier + Mark Raymer and a part of Third Pill. The show discusses the artists’ studio process and the intersections through artists of different mediums.

 

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FF: “The Eclectic Company”

Plenum Space Gallery

504 E 18th St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

This multimedia group exhibition includes works by Neil Goss, Laura Maloney, Marie Mckenzie, Carie Musick, and Thomas Woodward.

 

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Informal Gathering #1

Sunday 8:00 pm- 10:00 pm

The Drugstore

2948 Main St.

Kansas City, MO 64111

Artists, writers, and readers of all kinds! Join us for our first Informal Gathering event sponsored by Rocket Grants! We will provide ample portions of a Vegan/Gluten Free/Kosher Friendly stew along with some wine! Bring a treat or two to share.

Our Informal Gathering events are our way to get in touch with our audience, our writers, and grow our community. We want to support those who support us with a warm meal and conversation.

 




January 2017 Second Friday Radar

Studios INC 2017 Opening Reception

Friday 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm

Studios INC

1708 Campbell St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Exhibit of current and new residents at Studios Inc. Works featured by artists Ricky Allman, Patty Carrol, Jill Downen, Caitlin Horsmon, Misha Kligman, Miguel Rivera, Colby K Smith, Debra Smith, Hyeyoung Shin, and Gerry Trilling.

David Ford, Bare Edge

Friday 6:00 pm -10:00 pm

The Bunker Center for the Arts

1014 E 19th St

Kansas City, MO 64106

Work by David Ford including paintings, and assemblages (from 2014-16) that reflect on his travels. Ford revisits the sensibilities observed in Ethiopia, Haiti, and Cuba, while using the history of the Crossroads to draw relationships between here and there.

Warren Rosser, Loitering with Intent
Samara Umbral, She-Bop
Debra Smith, Recent Work

Friday 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm

Haw Contemporary

1600 Liberty St

Kansas City, MO 64102

Warren Rosser’s first solo exhibition at Haw Contemporary consists of his large scale paintings and fabric constructions, while Samara Umbral’s She-Bop features the opposite of the spectrum with intensely small works.  Also on display is Debra Smith’s Recent Work, which will remain in the gallery’s permanent collection after the showing.

 

 

 

 

 




December 2016 First Friday Radar

Gordon Hall Lecture

Friday 8:00-10:00 PM

PLUG Projects

1613 Genessee St

Kansas City, MO 64102

Our partner organization PLUG Projects is hosting a lecture with artist Gordon Hall who will discuss their sculptures, performances, writing, and experimental lectures. This evening they will present a non-chronological slide lecture divided into 14 short thematic sections: PLATFORMS, OBJECTS MAKE BODIES, IS THIS FOR A PERFORMANCE?, EXTREMELY PRECISE OBJECTS OF AMBIGUOUS USE, FORMATE-ING, WITNESS OR AUDIENCE, OBJECT LESSONS, SHADOWS, SURFACES, PALINDROMES, WORK NOT WORK, WHAT CAN A BODY DO, THINGS THAT ARE THE SAME CAN BE DIFFERENT, and CONFUSION.

Perfect Sunset (there’s nothing sad about it)

Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

Front/Space

217 W 18th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

The work of Dallas-based artist Kristen Cochran is about endings. With video, sound, sculpture and imagery relating to retirement parties, a stage is set for performative retirement parties that begin at 6, 7, and 8 pm. Cochran invites participants to arrive ready to retire and open themselves up to the possibility of what’s next

First Friday Open Studios

Friday 6:00-10:00pm

The Bunker Center for the Arts

1014 E 19th St

Kansas City, MO 64106

Open studios at Bunker of current residents Reed Kyle, Jordan Hauser, Marguerite Rappold, Travis Pratt, and Taylor West. See what is being made on the east side of the Crossroads!

Artspace Open House

Friday 5:00-8:00 pm

H& R Block Artspace

16 E 43rd St

Kansas City, MO 64111

Another opportunity to see the current exhibitions “Dawit L. Petros: The Stranger’s Notebook” and “A Mark Worth Making” along with a chance to meet and mingle with Artspace staff including new assistant curator Jennifer Baker. Hang out, see great art, drink seasonal beverages.

 

KCAI End of Semester Exhibition

Friday 5:00-9:00 pm

Kansas City Art Institute

4415 Warwick Blvd

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4218 N Walnut St

Kansas City MO 64111

New work by students abound! A campus wide open house in various galleries featuring current projects, pop-up shops, and performances. See, support, and buy work from emerging artists!

 

The Drugstore Holiday Pop Up

Friday 6:00-9:00

Saturday 10:00-5:00

Sunday 12:00-5:00

3948 Main St

Kansas City, MO 64111

Come support select Drugstore Studios Artists selling work and objects at this year’s pop up shop! Also be sure to check out their neighbors KC Urban Potters and Maker Goods for their sales as well.

 

SATURDAY

¿Qué Pasa, USA? Listening/ Roundtable Discussion: Survival Beats

Saturday 3:30-5:00 PM

La Esquina

1000 W 25th St

Kansas City MO 64108

This free listening roundtable will be led by Pat Alexander, Nedra Bonds, and Jose Faus and moderated by Lynnette Miranda discussing narratives and histories embedded in music, poetry, and visual art. These narratives of focus will revolve around stories of resilience and survival.

 

 




November 2016 Third Friday Radar!

Deviations

Friday November 18th 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Kiosk Gallery

916 E 5th St.

Kansas City, MO 64106

The exhibit Deviations features Gary Pycior’s most recent photographic work. Through digital manipulation, Pycior transforms photographs, originally of landscapes, into a complex visual of patterns and textures.  


¿Qué Pasa, USA?

Friday November 18th 6:00 – 9:00 pm

La Esquina

1000 W. 25th St.

Kansas City, MO 64108

¿Qué Pasa, USA? will be Charlotte Street’s current Curator-in-Residence, Lynnette Miranda’s first exhibition here in Kansas City. It features work from eleven local and national artists from culturally diverse backgrounds. Through a variety of mediums they discuss what they feel it means to be citizen here in the United States today.