Last day of summer intersession II studio classes.
KCAI celebrates the 50th anniversary of its ground-breaking foundation year program with a national group exhibition on view at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, 2012 Baltimore Ave., from Aug. 7 through Sept. 26. This exhibition will feature over 60 artists from across the country, who taught in the college’s foundation program at some point since its inception, in 1965, to the present. For more information, visit www.donate.kcai.edu and www.leedy-voulkos.com.
The Student Living Center opens today, and food services begin.
Fall semester classes begin today.
The Kansas City Art Institute and Asian Studies Certificate Program are pleased to welcome four master sculptors from the GuangXi Arts Institute who are also members of the Studio Nong International Sculpture Collective and Residency Program. The artists will speak at 7 p.m. in Epperson Auditorium in Vanderslice Hall on the Kansas City Art Institute campus as part of the college's "Current Perspectives" lecture series.
To learn more about Studio Nong, visit: www.kcai.edu/ceramics or the Studio Nong’s webpage.
An opening reception for the 2015 KCAI Faculty Biennial will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the H&R Block Artspace, 16 E. 43rd St. The exhibition continues through Oct. 3.
The Artspace presents a biennial exhibition of works by faculty at the Kansas City Art Institute. Organized by the Educational Outreach and Exhibition Committee of the Faculty Assembly the exhibition will introduce recent work by KCAI artists.
The artists featured in the exhibition include: Cary Esser, Julie Farstad, Dwight Frizzel, Richard Mattson, Karen McCoy, Jason Pollen, Warren Rosser, Jim Sajovic , Gary Sutton, Pauline Verbeek-Cowart
Pictured: "Ocean Deep," Warren Rosser, 2014, oil paint on linen
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