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Weekly Kansas Arts Roundup Oct 10 2014

Definitely worth a mention:

Tony’s Kansas City: Comic Artist El Bryan Draws On Kansas …
Kansas City’s MOST KICK-ASS COMIC ARTIST EL BRYAN Stalder offers a nice glimpse of the local win streak in his latest edition of Retorts Illustrated: retorts illustrated bryan stalder

KC artist’s textile exhibit wows at Kansas City Library …
Jason Pollen’s textile exhibit at the Kansas City Library is now available. Pollen is a world famous textile artist who has made Kansas City his home for the past 30 years. His exhibit can be seen in the Guldner Gallery, which is …

Kansas City artist honors his mother with neighborhood …
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — People who live in the Marlborough Neighborhood in Kansas City, Missouri now have a new place to sit outside and enjoy the area. That`s because area artist Charles Brown bought a lot in the 8200 …

Hiker found dead in Utah was respected Kansas City artist …
The man who died Tuesday while hiking in a remote section of Canyonlands National Park was a respected painter in Kansas City, Mo. David Goodrich, 52, was a “stalwart of the alternative art scene,” said …

Art exhibitions fill the Moss-Thorns Gallery of Art all season
Art exhibitions at the Moss-Thorns Gallery of Art on the Fort Hays State University campus will not only feature the artwork of college students throughout the 2014-2015 season, but also the work of faculty, high school students and members of the

‘Living in Kansas has nourished the artist in me’ | Generation …
‘Living in Kansas has nourished the artist in me’. I’m happy to count myself among the creatives working in this hub of culture in the midwest, writes Nick Carswell. Nick Carswell (right) and his bandmates have used …

Photography of T.G. Tranowski featured at Shorter University’s Arnold Art Gallery
Kansas-based photographer T.G. Tarnowski presents “Accumulating Absence” at Shorter University beginning Monday, Oct. 6 through Friday, Oct. 31 in Arnold Art Gallery. The exhibit is free and open to the public weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m

 

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