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Kansas Arts Roundup for January 10-16

Clay and Platte counties: News from around our towns
Haupert is a Northland resident and owner of HaupArt Frame Gallery in Kansas City, North. Haupert has been doing art shows as well as framing since 2003. Her work has been shown throughout the Kansas City area including the UNplaza Art Fair. “What my …

Hue Gallery aims to fill void in Wichita’s art scene
Though so far it’s just been a visual gallery space, Ward and Wiese have artists planned for this year who they hope will be teaching classes or offering workshops. Their goal is to showcase many local and Kansas artists but also to offer Wichitans a

Ron Fondaw gives you the (messed-up, beautiful) world at KCAC
You can’t help feeling like a science-fair judge as you move through the Kansas City Artists Coalition’s Mallin Gallery and look at Ron Fondaw’s self-titled solo exhibition. Throughout, the artist draws magnetic poles and sacred geometry into his gaze

Kansas City Art Community’s 15 Wishes For 2015
I think the arts are moving in that direction, with the (Kansas City, Mo.) Arts Convergence Plan and the city’s Office of Cultural Affairs. But I’d like to see more locking of arms.” — Sean Starowitz, artist whose projects include Fresh Bread, BREAD

Artists for Life is happy to be part of the solution to violence
A major, artist-led effort to highlight gun violence and promote discussion about how to reduce it placed numerous posters, designed by local and national African-American artists, in venues in Kansas City and beyond in 2014. The Artists for Life

Pulse of the Prairie
The Shafer Art Gallery will host an opening reception for the “Pulse of the Prairie” exhibit, featuring the Kansas-inspired works of artists Doloris Pederson and Christina Lamoureaux. The reception will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16 in the gallery

Art magazine opens exhibit at Western
In a digital age, the Kansas City-based The HAND Magazine wants to give people something physical. Launched in April 2014, The HAND Magazine is dedicated to reproducible art such as prints and photographs, work from both local and international artists …

 

 

 

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