H&R Block Artspace
The H&R Block Artspace is the college’s public gallery. It presents exhibitions that are noted for being innovative and thought provoking. It’s also the site of the annual B.F.A. exhibition, where work by KCAI graduating seniors is exhibited each spring.
The Artspace provides extraordinary learning opportunities for KCAI students by offering student internships and work-study opportunities. We are located adjacent to the Kansas City Art Institute Campus at 16 East 43rd Street Kansas City, MO 64111. To plan a guided visit, contact Beverly Ahern at 816-802-3571 or Contact Us
Our hours are Tuesday – Saturday: 12 – 5 p.m and admission is free and open to the public.
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08/12/2017 - 09/30/2017
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View past exhibitions.
The Annual B.F.A. Exhibition
Every year the Artspace organizes and hosts the B.F.A. exhibition for students graduating from the Kansas City Art Institute. Featuring work from all departments at KCAI the exhibition includes work by 90 to 120 graduating seniors and is the only show in which all the gallery spaces are utilized.
The Artspace provides numerous opportunities for KCAI students to experience working in a gallery setting. Students also have the opportunity to exhibit their work at the Artspace, as part of the annual Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition.
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