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Third Thursday | September 17th 2015

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Third Thursday | September 17th 2015

Art Gallery Event Third Thursday at Art Source and Design | September 17th, 2015

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Third Thursday | June 18th 2015

Art Gallery Event Third Thursday at Art Source and Design | June 18th, 2015

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Third Thursday | March 19th 2015

Art Gallery Event Third Thursday at Art Source and Design | March 19th, 2015

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October Arts Events

Posted by on Oct 8, 2012 in All About Art, Kansas City Art and Gallery Events | 0 comments

October Arts Events Friday, October 12 The Drop-In/Pop-Up Waiting Room Project at Spencer Art Museum Shows through October 27th University of Kansas, 1301 Mississippi, Lawrence KS “Waiting is generally a passive experience. We are not in control — we are asked to follow specific formalities and procedures as we agonize over the time spent or wasted. We obsess on whose turn is next. In the medical waiting room this sense of powerlessness can be compounded by anxiety over the implications of examination and treatment. The Drop-In/Pop-Up Waiting Room Project and M-PACT (Medical Policy Access & Care Triage) Interface turns this dynamic upside down. This mobile art project seeks to exchange ideas and explore the complexities, incongruities, and possibilities of public healthcare policies, access, medical research, and public opinion. The core question is, What are you waiting for? Part of the project will be on view at the Spencer Museum of Art at all times. The other part of the project — the pop-up waiting room and interactive station — will visit various locations in the community and region, from bank lobbies and medical facilities to community centers. Anyone who happens on the pop-up waiting room can sit in a chair, listen to stories and interviews, and express his or her thoughts on the state of healthcare in this election year.”   “Ecstasy and Dreams” by Julie Farstad at The Studios Inc Exhibition Space Shows through October 26th 1708 Campbell Street, Kansas City MO “The Studios Inc is pleased to present “Ecstasy and Dreams”, by Julie Farstad, an exhibition that includes new oil and fabric paintings, as well as soft sculpture. Farstad uses children’s toys, art history, and landscape references to create images that are about identity development, rites of passage, and her own experiences of childhood and adolescence.”   Kansas City Artists Coalition October Showing at KCAC 6pm 201 Wyandotte Street, Kansas City MO “Please join us Friday, October 12, 2012 from 6pm – 8:30pm for the opening of our October Exhibition. Mallin Gallery: Saul Becker Charno Gallery: Shane Evans Underground Gallery: Cecelia Condit Artists Talks Begin at 6pm Reception to Follow 6:30pm – 8:30pm”   ‘Artists Fight Back: A Response to the War on Women’ at the Vala Gallery 6pm 5815 Johnson Dr, Mission KS “Through the centuries, some of the most significant art created has been in response to social injustice. Our country is at a crossroads regarding attempts to diminish the right and power of women to control their own bodies and lives. This is our opportunity to respond; to make our voice heard; to have our vision of tomorrow experienced by others. The Response to the War On Women is not necessarily an angry one, nor does it have to be pretty. It is an open response–open to every artist who has something to say about Contemporary Issues or the Life of Women. This important show features area artists responding to issues that affect all our lives today. Juried by Jean Howard. Jean has been a commercial and fine artist for over fifty years. Her work has been shown in a number of exhibits in the greater Kansas City area. She taught art at Johnson County Community College from 1970 to 1990. Her full biography as well as examples of her work may be viewed...

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