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March First Friday Radar + Links!

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March First Friday Radar + Links!

Thursday

Artist Talk: Wanting to Know But Not Wanting To Ask

6-7 pm

Project Space

21 E. 12th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Shelby Keierleber and Elizabeth Allen-Cannon are going to discuss their work and practices related to their spooky and sometimes revealing work in Wanting to Know But Not Wanting To Ask.

 

Ethereal Waters

6-9 pm

Blue Gallery

118 Southwest Blvd

Kansas City, MO 64108

Mark Allen is showing his infamous pool photographs printed on aluminum at the Blue Gallery. The same night the Missouri Bank ARTBOARDS featuring images from the same series will be installed and on view through May 2015 on Southwest Boulevard.

 

Friday

T.N.T (The Noon Thing) Gallery Talk with Making Histories curators Raechell Smith & David Cateforis

Noon

H&R Block Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute

16 E 43rd St

Kansas City, MO 64111

Raechell Smith and David Cateforis will discuss the current exhibition at the H&R Block Artspace, Making Histories. The two will discuss the artists within the show and the conversation that each artists creates by revisiting history through their work. Making Histories is on display through April 4.

 

 

The Cissy Room

6-9 pm

Front/Space

217 W 18th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Ben Coover and Molly Hewitt’s The Cissy Room brings two internet artists together IRL to show a collaborative experience of the bedroom as a container for fantasy as well as dealing with conversations of gender and sexuality. Both artists are traveling to Kansas City, Coover from Philadelphia and Hewitt from Chicago.

 

the donut box

6 pm

Vulpes Bastille

1737 Locust St

Kansas City, MO 64108

the donut box shows work produced by Seniors in Illustration at the Kansas City Art Institute. This is an opportunity for the viewer to experience the variety of conversations that illustrators are able to create within a fine arts institution.

 

Artist Talk: Brett Reif

6:30 pm

Roanoke Baptist Church

40th and Wyoming St.

Kansas City, MO 64111

Studios Inc resident artist Brett Reif will discuss the theme of interdependence of function and disfunction in his newest works.

 

What is “Midwestern Food”?

7-8:30 pm

The Drugstore

3948 Main St

Kansas City, MO 64111

Sean Starowitz hosts a talk at The Drugstore. The discussion led by Brett Littman of the Drawing Center NYC, Sean Starowitz of “Bread! KC” and Jonathan Bender of The Recommended Daily will focus on the ways in which communities of art interact and are influenced by food.

Saturday

Gallery Talk: Archie Scott Gobber + Michael Krueger

1 pm

Haw Contemporary

1600 Liberty

Kansas City, MO 64102

Archie Scott Gobber will give a talk about his work and its dependability on the mixed truth of language. ARCHIE SCOTT GOBBER HAS ISSUES is on display at Haw Contemporary until March 14.

Quadrigarium’s RVB presented by Charlotte Street Foundation

7:30 pm

La Esquina Gallery

1000 W 25th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

Charlotte Street Foundation will host intern-media performance company Quadrigarium. The operetta features six actors and an octet of musicians. The performance was designed and produced by Quadrigarium founder and conductor J Ashley Miller. Tickets are $10 and seating is limited to 50 people per performance.

Sunday

Color Machine

1-4:30 pm

Art and Design Building – University of Kansas

1300 Hoch Auditoria Dr

Lawrence, KS 66045

Jamie David’s exhibition creates an immersive experience for the viewer through the use quilts made of randomly generated color fields. This is Hock’s MFA thesis exhibition.

 

Quadrigarium’s RVB presented by Charlotte Street Foundation

7:30 pm

La Esquina Gallery

1000 W 25th St

Kansas City, MO 64108

 

Anne Boyer Benefit Reading

7:00 pm

The Writers Place

3607 Pennsylvania Ave.

Kansas City, MO 64111

Anne Boyer will give a reading of her own works. Admission is free, but a $5 dollar donation is encouraged. All of the benefits will go directly to Anne Boyer to aid her cancer treatment.

 

 

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