October 2017 First Friday Radar
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October 2017 First Friday Radar

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.



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.

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