Hugh Merrill will be presenting on key successes and challenges he and his students have encountered over his 40 year career as a KCAI professor of printmaking. He’ll talk about his work including solo shows at the Nelson and Cranbrook, plus his non-profit Chameleon Arts & Youth Development (CAID). CAID’s mission is to create community
Kim E-M of the KCAI Fiber Dept., is a teacher, workshop presenter, book author, online vendor and an artist that shows at galleries as well as does custom work for international clients. She will highlight successes and challenges in being a young professional that has taken many paths and is now determining those that will
— SPECIAL EVENT — We are brewing a big event that will feature 2 of Kansas City’s favorite Visual Artists.
In Molly Hammer’s talk ‘Say Yes’ she will share how her career has evolved from Folk to Jazz and a new venture as a trio act. By remaining “open” and saying yes it has led her on so many different paths; some great, some awful, but all valuable learning experiences. Each experience has added a
VOIX de la VILLE (French for Voice of the City) (V2V) journeys to communities across the globe with their mobile art studios or collaborative art pieces on the streets. They set-up their happening art spots where the public gathers and have them creatively express themselves concerning a specific topic. Once they collect an adequate amount