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Kansas City And Lawrence Artists Selected For Guggenheim Fellowships & Other Kansas Art News 4-12-17

Annual student exhibit now open in Regier Gallery

)Work by 46 Bethel College students is now on display through April 28 in the Regier Gallery inside Luyken Fine Arts Center. The annual Student Art Exhibit showcases work from all students who take art classes, whether or not they are art majors. On …and moreᅠ»

Public darkroom Night Blooms to host photography show of forgotten Kansas City

Photographers Ruby Hanson and Bryan Atkinson pair well. Hanson, owner of Night Blooms Darkroom, Bookstore and Coffee, has made her business out of everything vintage. Atkinson has been photographing forgotten parts of Kansas City for nearly 20ᅠ…

Acclaimed Kansas Artist Designs Festival Shirt –

Angie Pickman of Lawrence, KS, a nationally recognized cut-paper artist, has been selected to design the 2017 Smoky Hill River Festival T-shirt. Pickman combines the art of traditional paper cutting with collage to create intricately detailed works of …Acclaimed New York University artist designs 2017 Festival shirtSalina Postall 2 news articlesᅠ»

Kansas City And Lawrence Artists Selected For Guggenheim Fellowships

Michelle Boisseau, professor of English at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, literally wrote the book on poetry. The textbook “Writing Poems” is in its 8th edition, co-authored with Hadara Bar-Nadav and Robert Wallace, and she’s published five …

Public Funding And The Arts In Kansas

The National Endowment for the Arts announced this week more than $27.7 million in grants for 1,126 projects across the country. The first round of NEA funding in this fiscal year provides tens of thousands of dollars for arts initiatives in Kansas and …and moreᅠ»

Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission to Hold Meetings Apr. 7

WHAT/WHO: The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission (KCAIC) will hold a quarterly meeting with a reception the evening before, which is open to the public. WHEN: The reception will begin the evening before the meeting at 7 p.m. on Apr. 6.Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission to Hold Meeting, Reception in LucasKRSLall 2 news articlesᅠ»

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