We’ve been off for two weeks but our radar is back in full swing. This first Friday is BUSY. There are a lot of great things to see over the weekend, here’s what is on our radar. FRIDAY: [refresh] + [redraw] : New work by Eric Fickes and Eric Scrivner Friday 7-11pm Subterranean Gallery 4214 Warwick Blvd. APT B Kansas City MO 64111 Local apartment gallery Subterranean, now run by our founder/editor Melaney Mitchell and Kevin Heckart are hosting their first in a series of all digital exhibitions. Local artist Eric Scrivner has made a series of gifs, including one to be displayed via VHS tape. His work is paired with Atlanta based artist Eric Fickes who has written code that will create images based on the gallery audience’s motion. Infrastructures & Inheritance: A Local Matter Friday 5pm The Red Lady Gallery 1229 1/2 Union Ave Kansas City, MO 64101 Work by Matt Rahner, Adam J. Long, Andy Clarke, and Zachary Herrmann all operate as windows into the community of Kansas City curated by Archive Collective, Casey Holden and Briana Bosworth. Photographs and objects by Rahner are of homes in the Wendell-Phillips neighborhood some of which have now become a new police department. Long’s work is of high school students in the KC school district alongside imaged of the neglected schools they once attended. Lastly a film by Clarke and Herrmann also discusses the 27th and prospect neighborhood and its recent changes. Turf management for the Near-sighted (a painting show) Friday 6-11pm Vulpes Bastille 1737 Locust St. Kansas City MO 64108 New work by Lydia Bryan inspired by sports imagery. Interference Beggars Table Church & Gallery 2010 Baltimore Ave Kansas City MO 64108 New beautifully patterned and optically crazy work by Robert Howsare LOVING AFTER LIFETIMES OF ALL THIS, an exhibition by 2013-14 Curator-in-Residence Danny Orendorff, presented by Charlotte Street Foundation Friday 6-9pm La Esquina 1000 W 25th St Kansas City MO 64108 Danny Orendorff’s final exhibition exploring craft, self-care, apprenticeship, and survival in the practices of historically disadvantaged populations. Work by 15 artists and activists from around the country. Artists featured are Gina Adams (Lawrence, KS); Tanya Aguiñiga (Los Angeles, CA); Natalie M. Ball (Chiloquin, OR); Jonathan (Jon D.) Barnett (Kansas City, MO); Nedra Bonds (Kansas City, KS); Sonya Clark (Richmond, VA); Matthew Dehaemers (Kansas City, MO); Josh Faught (San Francisco, CA); Christopher Leitch (Kansas City, MO); Judith G. Levy (Lawrence, KS); Ramekon O’Arwisters (San Francisco, CA); Tina Takemoto (San Francisco, CA); and Temporary Services (Chicago, IL & Copenhagen, Denmark) November KC + Connect Mid-America Arts Alliance 2018 Baltimore Ave Kansas City MO 64108 In part with KC Studio Magazine an exhibition of local artists Jaclyn Danger, Allegra Foley, Matthew Garcia, Noor Higley, Jordan Ashley Hocker, Katrina Revenaugh, Annie Raab, Nika Winn, and Kelsey Dragon Wroten Crucial Spam Friday 7-11 pm Negative Space 1717 W. 9th St. Kansas City MO Examination of the self in context to user interface work by local and national artists Hunter Jonakin, Black James, Carrie Riehl, Alex Savage, and Angie Seykora SATURDAY: “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” A Print Happening Saturday 1-4pm PLUG Projects 1613 Genessee St Kansas City MO 64102 Zz School is hosting Breanne Trammell to create a show and tell workshop based on objects and ephemera from the LaBudde Special Collections at UMKC to highlight moments in Kansas City History. [refresh] + [redraw] artist talk Saturday 11am Subterranean Gallery 4214 Warwick Blvd. APT B Kansas City MO 64111 Join Subterranean Gallery artists Eric Fickes and Eric Scrivner for an artist talk about their work and processes related to the [refresh] + [redraw] exhibition. SUNDAY-MONDAY: 7 Views from the Hill Monday 12-5pm Tuesday 5-8pm artists talk at 6pm Paragraph Gallery 23 E 12th St Kansas City MO International Resident Artist Larisa David will present 7 Views from the Hill an installation of interviews and reenactments conducted with the Strawberry Hill residents. These interviews with members of the Slavic community explore how they relate to Kansas City, their family history of immigration, and their identity as Americans.