Gallery talk with artist Mel Ziegler from the Artspace exhibition “America Starts Here”
“The Parcel Compendium”
Public readings by art history and creative writing majors at KCAI. Organized and sponsored by the School of Liberal Arts at KCAI.
“Current Perspectives: It’s Only Natural” – visiting artist and scholar lecture series
Lecture by visiting artist Mark Dion
“Collecting Ink,” a gallery talk with guest curator Craig Subler
ArtLab for Educators
Gallery talk with the artists from “Current Perspectives: It’s Only Natural," visiting artist and scholar lecture series
An evening of reading stories and creating interesting animals in conjunction with the Artspace’s “Cryptozoology” exhibition.
Local perspectives on “Cryptozoology” and the KC Urban Safari featuring Bruce Bradley, Linda Hall Librarian for the History of Science.
Educator’s ArtLab Workshop: “Cryptozoology – Illuminating the Unseen” with KCAI special programs instructor Jessie Fisher
Annual art educators open house
Public lecture by visiting artist Sean Foley in conjunction with KCAI’s visiting artist and scholar series, “Current Perspectives: It’s Only Natural”
A Scientific Perspective on the Artspace’s exhibition “Cryptozoology”
Featuring Debra Ryder, director of education at the Kansas City Zoo, and William Miller, assistant professor of biology at Baker University.
Unveiling of “Call of the Wild Urban Safari” and project partner sites.
Halloween and Crypto Family Night
“Cryptozoology” roundtable conversation
Featuring curators Mark Bessire and Raechell Smith with artists Jeffrey Vallance, Marc Swanson and Sean Foley
In conjunction with KCAI’s visiting artist and scholar series, “Current Perspectives: It’s Only Natural”
“Clay for Kids: Cryptozoology”
KCAI special programs instructor Lauren Clay
“Cryptozoology” exhibition opening reception and favorite Cryptid costume contest
Gallery talk with Maria Buszek, Anthony Baab, Justin Gainan and Elijah Gowin
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