January 2019 First Friday Radar
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January 2019 First Friday Radar

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January 2019 First Friday Radar

Happy New Year INF readers, followers and friends!

The weather is climate change comfortable, so come on out and enjoy it!

Renee Stout: Church of the Crossroads
Belger Art Center
2100 Walnut Street
Kansas City, MO. 64108

Tonight is the very last night to see one of the Belger Art Center’s longest running exhibitions.

Renée Stout is one of the seven core artists who are represented in quantity in the Belger Collection. “Church of the Crossroads” contains nearly 100 artworks spanning Stout’s artistic output from the mid – 1980s into the early 2000s. Stout’s artwork explores spirituality, especially Vodou as practiced in New Orleans.

Open Studios/Open House
The Bunker Center for the Arts
1014 East 19th Street
Kansas City, MO. 64108

“Work off those extra holiday pounds by exercising your good taste perusing art at the Bunker. It’s like a gymnasium for the soul. Margaret Berry’s encaustic works will remain on display and our resident artists will be welcoming the public into their private studios.”

Kim Lindaberry
Travelers in the Middle of Time
Leedy-Voulkos Art Center
2012 Baltimore
Kansas City, MO. 64108

 

The Middle Tell – Paper Puppet Show / Calvin Arsenia & MORE
Replay Lounge
346 Massachusetts St.
Lawrence, KS. 66044

The Middle Tell, by Johanna Winter, is a shadow-puppet performance, video projection, and sound piece that chronicles a trio of female bards as they reluctantly surrender to a deteriorating condition. These middle women reveal their story through a muted language of hinging limbs and dousing light. Suspended in a time that is both passing and returning, sustaining and releasing, the middle women hover in a state of hesitation between undoing their youth and summoning the process of aging. They are neither bitter nor tolerant of their inevitable decline – they tepidly hinge against and toward it.

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