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What’s Happening in the Kansas Art World? 11-20-15

With arts funding under constant attack at a state level, it’s more important than ever to call attention to the growing Kansas Art World. Spreading the art news across Kansas and building a bridge between art communities in our state will always be the first goal.

As an artist myself, the impact and the future of the arts is personal- I know it is for you as well. Thus, Kansas Artist is taking a more personal approach to spreading the arts….giving you an opportunity to “Tell your story”.

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That being said…

What’s Happening in the Kansas Art World this Week?

Kansas Wesleyan to host work of various artists
Artists for the exhibit were chosen by Ron Michael, director of the Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery, Lindsborg. Two- and three-dimensionl work will be exhibited. Artwork will be for sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit the Kansas

 

Artist Maria Ogedengbe channels Greek story for vivid Crossroads Artboards
Maria Ogedengbe’s work currently is featured on the Artboards, twin billboards above the Missouri Bank building at 125 Southwest Blvd. in the Crossroads. Ogedengbe graduated from Kansas City Art Institute and earned a Master of Fine Arts in painting at …

 

Crowdfunding effort helps KS art teacher craft creative educational opportunity
OLATHE, Kan. — With schools in the Sunflower State tightening their belts, Kansas educators are finding creative ways to fund their projects. In one corner of Olathe’s Westview Elementary School, the arts are number one. Twelve-year art teacher

 

Federal arts funding is at risk again
The 2015 Legislature and governor had signed off on $190,000 for the Kansas Department of Commerce’s Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission for fiscal 2016, with perhaps $58,000 more to come from an income-tax checkoff and special arts license …

 

Editorial: Arts action
Sam Brownback would advocate more arts funding. In his first year in office, he vetoed all funding for the Kansas Arts Commission, causing NEA to cut off federal funds in 2011. Legislators allocated $700,000 for the arts in 2012, but that amount has

 

Program to offer insights on applied humanities careers
LAWRENCE— Leaders from the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial, Union Station, KCPT, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, the Kansas Humanities Council, the Mid-America Arts Alliance and the …

 

Final Friday preview
Final Friday kicks off 4 p.m. at Dodge City Community College’s Little Theater with the student art show and sale. The more than 20 pieces of artwork include ceramics, paintings, drawings, metalwork and glasswork. Art will be on exhibit through Dec. 15

 

Photographer Larry Schwarm’s 1974 Work Shows Deep Roots In Kansas
A collection of documentary photographs from 1974 is currently on display at the Wichita Art Museum. Black and white images of farmers, haystacks and shop fronts provide a look at rural Kansas as seen through the lens of three photographers. KMUW’s …

 

This week in Wichita: What’s going on Nov. 20-26
Kansas Watercolor exhibition. Embrace your artistic side with the Kansas Watercolor Society National Exhibition at the Wichita Center for the Arts. The exhibition opens with a reception that features a cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres and a chance to

 

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