H&R Block Artspace
The Artspace is pleased to launch a new season of exhibition programming in November designed to explore the rich intersection of landscape and contemporary art, including a new Artspace Project Wall and two new exhibitions opening on November 17, 2023, Finding Ground and Selections from the Archive: On the Road Again.
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Dedicated to artists, art, and ideas since 1999
H&R Block Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute presents innovative exhibitions, conversations, public programs, and commissioned projects that explore the artists, art, and ideas of our time. Engaging, educating, and inspiring the next generations of artists, designers, and culture workers since 1999, the Artspace continues its commitment with its 2022-2023 series of exhibitions and public programs.
November 17, 2023 - November 1, 2024
Hulda Guzmán’s lush paintings are a rich celebration of the tropical world that surrounds her mingled with a growing awareness of the precarity and vulnerability of her native Dominican Republic, an island at increasing risk of extreme weather and overdevelopment as a destination for cultural tourism.
February 9, 2024 - March 22, 2024
KCAI Biennial examines the close ties between humanity and the material world through the exhibition theme, Embodied Connections. The exhibition traces the invisible threads that link us to both the tangible and intangible elements, exploring our ties to technology and the physical world in a multi-cultural landscape.
View current, upcoming, and archived contemporary art exhibitions featured at the H&R Block Artspace.
The Artspace Project Wall is an ongoing outdoor site for temporary public art projects by contemporary artists.
A variety of resource materials and a setting conducive to reading, research, and quiet contemplation
Dedicated to artists, art, and ideas since 1999, the Artspace serves the mission of the Kansas City Art Institute as a dynamic teaching museum, engaging students and introducing audiences to important contemporary art and artists.
The Artspace serves the mission of the Kansas City Art Institute by providing extraordinary learning opportunities for KCAI students through a student work program and an internship program.