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July 2016

The 2016 Art in the Loop Project: Connect

July 19 @ 6:30 pm - September 30 @ 5:00 pm
Oppenstein Brothers Memorial Park and Ilus Davis Park,
12th and Walnut Streets, 11th and Oak Streets
Kansas City, MO , United States
Alison Moyna Greene Art in the Loop

The 2016 Art in the Loop Project: Connect, a curated outdoor exhibition staged in partnership with the City of Kansas City, Missouri, features 25 temporary artworks and performances in Oppenstein and Ilus Davis parks and at stops along KC’s new streetcar route, including works by KCAI alumni Andrew Lattner (’15 painting), Timothy Amundson (’09 digital filmmaking) and Alison Moyna Greene (’03 fiber). Alison Moyna Greene presents “Walking, Eggshells, Mandala,” an ephemeral day-long installation and performance, on August 18 in Oppenstein Brothers Memorial Park.

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August 2016

Sioux City Center Selects

August 19 @ 5:00 pm - December 4 @ 4:00 pm
Sioux City Art Center,
225 Nebraska St
Sioux City, IA United States
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Sioux City Center Selects is a regional juried exhibition, open to all artists in Iowa, as well artists living within 300 miles of Sioux City. Eight artists from five different states were selected to exhibit including KCAI alumni Sherry Leedy (’74 painting) and Dana Fritz (’92 photography). The opening reception is on Aug. 19 from 5-7 p.m.       .    

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Fresh: KCAI Alumni

August 28 @ 1:00 pm - October 23 @ 4:00 pm
Epsten Gallery,
5500 West 123rd St.
Overland Park, KS 66209 United States
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FRESH: KCAI Alumni a national juried group exhibition presented by the Epsten Gallery in partnership with the Kansas City Art Institute featuring Max Adrian (’15 fiber; creative writing), Ariel Bowman (’11 ceramics), Shenequa Brooks (’14 fiber), Ellen Carey (’74 printmaking), Mary Ann Coonrod (’75 painting), Chris Daharsh (’12 painting and art history), Molly Garrett (‘15 animation and art history), Suzanne Klotz (’64 painting), Mike Lyon (’75 painting), Andy Maugh (’02 painting), Amy Myers (’95 painting), Stephen Proski (’10 painting and creative writing), and Patricia Stegman (’74 painting). This exhibition has been juried by Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art Executive Director and Chief Curator Bruce Hartman, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Curator and Head of Adult Programs Erin Dziedzic and Independent Curator and Gallery Board of Directors Member James Martin, and generously underwritten and organized by the Epsten Gallery. FRESH: KCAI Alumni is sponsored by the Maryon and Joe Jacobs Memoral Art Fund.  An opening reception will be held at the Epsten Gallery on August 28 from 1-4 p.m.   Image Credit - Ellen Carey; Dings and Shadows, 2015; Color Photograms; 24” x 20” each (triptych); Courtesy of the Artist and M+B, Los Angeles, CA

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September 2016

Charlotte Street 2016 Visual Artists Awards Exhibition

September 2, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - January 7, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Kemper Crossroads,
33 W 19th St
Kansas City , MO 64108 United States
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Photo by Megan Mantia.

The Charlotte Street 2016 Visual Artist Awards Exhibition will feature Charlotte Street’s 2016 Visual Artist Awards Fellows: Shawn Bitters, Madeline Gallucci, and Rodolfo Marron III. All three artists will be in attendance at the opening reception. The exhibition will be on view September 2, 2016 to January 7, 2017. Admission to the exhibition and related programming is free and open to the public. The exhibition is curated by Erin Dziedzic—Director of Curatorial Affairs at Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. A full-color exhibition brochure with an essay by Annie Raab will be published in conjunction with the exhibition. Engaging programming also accompanies the exhibition, including presentations by the Visual Arts Fellows and performances by the 2016 Charlotte Street Generative Performing Artist Awards Fellows, J. Ashley Miller and Eddie Moore with Eddie Moore & The Outer Circle. Free Exhibition-related Programs: Presentations and Discussions: 2016 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Award Recipients Thursday, September 29th, 2016, 5:00PM, cash bar, 6:00PM presentations Artists, Shawn Bitters, Madeline Gallucci, and Rodolfo Marron III present an overview of their individual projects followed by a brief discussion. Performances: J. Ashley Miller and Eddie Moore Friday, October 28, 2016, beginning 7:00PM The 2016 Charlotte Street Generative Artist Award Fellows, J.…

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Fall 2016 Saturday Open Model Sessions

September 3 @ 12:00 pm - October 29 @ 3:00 pm
Dodge Painting Bldg. on KCAI Campus,
4415 Warwick Blvd.
Kansas City , MO United States
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Spend your Saturdays in September and October creating at an open model session. Sessions are open to students, alumni, faculty and staff from any discipline.  Easels, horses, coffee and music are provided.  There will be one pose per session with the ability to move around the room for those who would like shorter poses and multiple views.  Various media are welcome but please no solvents or photography. If you need a sculpture stand, please contact Jessie Fisher at jfisher@kcai.edu prior to the session. Dates: Saturday, Sept. 3 Saturday, Sept. 10 Saturday, Sept. 17 Saturday, Sept. 24 Saturday, Oct. 1 Saturday, Oct. 15 Saturday, Oct. 22 Saturday, Oct. 29 All sessions are from Noon to 3 p.m.    

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Sex and Death by Linda Lighton

September 8 - October 8
Patrick Parrish Gallery,
50 Lispenard Street
New York , NY 10013 United States
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Sex and Death

Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York presents Sex and Death, a solo exhibition of ceramic sculpture by Kansas City based artist Linda Lighton ('89 sculpture). In this exhibition, Lighton shows us a luscious and fragrant sensuality alongside stark, mechanical images of firearms. Large flowers growing gun forms, or a crystalline growth of lipsticks and bullets, look at the repellant and seductive nature of violence, and its intimate relationship with the sexual. Lighton addresses her concern with the growing prevalence of gun violence, and juxtaposes it with images of life and fecundity, that reveal both vulnerability and resilience. These sculptures suggest that, rather than suppress these energies, we bring ourselves to think about and feel them. This exhibition is an invitation for conversation about these often taboo topics

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Purchase Power

September 8 @ 6:00 pm - October 15 @ 5:00 pm
Pavel Zoubok Gallery,
531 W. 26th St.
New York , NY 10001 United States
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Linda Lighton Pavel Zoubok Gallery

KCAI alumna Linda Lighton (’89 sculpture) is featured in Purchase Power, curated by Mac Premor for Pavel Zoubok Gallery in New York. The opening reception at Pavel Zoubok Gallery is on Sept. 8 from 6-9 p.m.            

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Susan White: Landscape/Skyscape: Meditations in Thorn Works and Burn Drawings

September 10 @ 8:00 am - October 16 @ 5:00 pm
The Volland Store,
4098 Volland Road
Alma, KS 66401 United States
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September 11, 12 -5 pm Opening Reception and Book Signing of Thorn Work, by SusanWhite ('96 sculpture) Susan White’s newly released photo book Thorn Work is a compendium of works that she has created over the past six years. Signed copies will be available for sale at The Volland Store. Saturday, September 17, 2 pm “Creating a Thorn Work” – a demonstration by Susan White, using thorns contributed by the audience to create a community sculpture. Sunday, September 18, 2 pm “The Art and Science of Native Species” – Carol Blocksome, Research Professor at Kansas State University, specializing in Range Management, will speak about invasive species prevalent in the Flint Hills, their impacts on land management, and the latest research on methods of control. Susan White will be present and will continue work on the community sculpture. All events take place at The Volland Store and are free and open to the public.

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Undocumented

September 16 @ 10:00 am - November 5 @ 5:00 pm
Bruno David Gallery,
3721 Washington Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108 United States
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Kahlil Irving ('15 art history and ceramics) has his first solo show at the Bruno Gallery in St. Louis. Currently he is pursuing a M.F.A. at the Sam Fox School of Art, Washington University in St. Louis as a Chancellor’s Graduate Fellow. He was a resident artist at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy. He has work in the collections of the Riga Porcelain Museum, in Riga, Latvia; The Ken Ferguson Teaching Collection at KCAI, Foundation for Contemporary Ceramic Art in Kecskemet, Hungary. He recently completed a Durwood Trust Provenance Research internship at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art for the Architecture, Design, and Decorative Art department. He lives and works in Saint Louis. Image Credit: ConcernedStudent1950:Or the Johnson Family Reunion; clay, wood; 2015: Image by David Johnson.   

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Policing Gender: Works by Lorenzo Triburgo

September 23 @ 12:00 pm - October 21 @ 5:00 pm
KCAI Crossroads Gallery,
1819 Grand Blvd.
Kansas City , MO 66216 United States
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Policing Gender at KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice is an installation of photographs and audio that addresses the loneliness, danger and fear of queer existence that are perhaps nowhere more perceptible in the U.S. than in the prison system. The title Policing Gender, refers to the surveillance, policing and punishment of LGBTQ bodies in the United States. Rather than approach the series from a literal perspective that relies on the visual language of suffering, Lorenzo Triburgo employs visual metaphors that conjure both absence and surveillance. His large­scale photographs of fabric call to mind the site of a portrait, but where one might expect to see a subject, we find instead a lush darkness. In this way, Triburgo reflects on the absence of community members who have been “shuffled out of sight and shuttered out of reach.” Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 6 to 8 p.m. First Friday in October; Saturday by appointment.

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