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Over 50 years, the arts has given Hays a distinct identity & Other Kansas Art World News 8-31-17

Fourth Fridays Art Walk is done for the year, but organizers are discussing 2018

Friday’s event also featured live music, yoga in the streets, an interactive mural for people of all ages to participate in and a plein air painting contest as GOT Art Gallery celebrated its 100th exhibit. … Art walk typically attracts artists from …and moreᅠ»

September First Friday gallery guide: 16 shows in the Crossroads and beyond –

Kansas City Art Institute presents “Red Dirt Rug” by Rena Detrixhe and “Works on Paper” by Dale Eldred. Detrixhe strives to invoke stories that are inherent to the soil of Oklahoma. She works to understand the beauty and sorrow of the Oklahoma land byᅠ…and moreᅠ»

Art sessions help people affected by suicide find comfort –

She was up to her elbows in clay at ART 321, where she’d begun ceramics studio sessions, when the idea for the art sessions and upcoming show came to her, she said. She started chatting with a staff member at the gallery about how the art is a relaxingᅠ…and moreᅠ»

Over 50 years, the arts has given Hays a distinct identity

the university, there’s some private galleries, the collection at Hays Medical Center,” to name only a few, said City Commissioner Henry Schwaller IV, a former president of the HAC board and former chair of the now defunct Kansas Arts …and moreᅠ»

Disability Supports plans clayworks in Hutchinson –

Disability Supports of the Great Plains plans to open a clayworks art studio for people with developmental disabilities, with the facility planned for the former Medical Center at the intersection of 12th Avenue and Main Street in Hutchinson.

Where would they love to visit? The answer’s in the art

Aspiring artists: Four winners were chosen in the 13th annual Northland Children’s Drawing Contest. Winning in the 11- to 12-year-old age group was Alaina Mink … children’s section of the North Kansas City Public Library. The contest also was …

Tiny museum seeks to revive interest in forgotten artist

An Idaho-born landscape painter who traveled the world on the strength of his sales, had one-man shows in New York and commissioned a studio by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright is mostly forgotten now. Except by a southern Idaho historical society …and moreᅠ»

Kansas City Art Institute Showcased in Make48 Documentary

Last October, 17 teams of makers and inventors from across the nation came to the Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) for a product design competition called Make48. The 48 hours of making,ᅠ…and moreᅠ»

Kansas artist illustrates Hyllningsfest theme

For artist Monica Schirmer Eshelman, Lindsborg holds a special place in her heart and she found inspiration in its festivals, celebrations, and welcoming people when designing the art that was selected for this year’s Hyllningsfest theme,ᅠ…

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