Register for the town hall at EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kc-covid-art-recession-who-thrived-who-survived-who-still-needs-help-tickets-682408290567 —— Tuesday, Aug. 22, 6-7:30pm at Johnson County Central Library. —— Join us in a town hall discussion led by a panel of art leaders whose organizations and artists thrived, survived, and still need help recovering from the art recession. In 2020, KC Rising reported that of 24
Participate in the many wonderful programs at Johnson County Library’s Writers Conference. Register for the conference and view the 2 day schedule at: https://tinyurl.com/3s2u2hzd Susana Bruhn of GUILDit will be presenting: Personal Growth Networking >> FRI, NOV 18, 2022 AT 9 AM – 10 AM >> Enrich your personal goals and values by meeting inspiring
Gain insight into the complexity and depth of optic artwork as the panelists discuss taking risks and navigating ideas, as well as giving insight into audience questions on this captivation art style. The talk features GUILDit’s ‘Venture Into Optics’ exhibit and will be held in the gallery. Light refreshments served 6-6:30pm. Panelists: – Jose Faus
View art that is playful and mindblowing, has structure yet seems random, that has depth in visuals as well as meaning. Venture into Optics has pieces by nationally and internationally known artists Barry Anderson, Jose Faus, Nathan Neufeld, and Miguel Rivera that are a collection of abstract video, 2-D mix-media, and 2-D sculpture, as well
2018 Top 10 GUILDit Happenings KC’s lil biz org for artists, entrepreneurs, and patrons has a lot to be thankful for. From growing Kansas City businesses to growing our grassroots organization. GUILDit’s first art exhibit hosted by Johnson County Library with artists: Cheryl Eve Acosta, Laura Berman, Jane Booth, Teresa Dirks, Katrina Revenaugh, and Robin VanHoozer.
Three well-known local artists share their insights on creating strong messaging, competency, and empathy in their art and careers. Learn how these women artists communicate and navigate their ideas in ways that attract others to their work. This diverse panel will discuss taking risks, being confident and courageous. They will provide perspective on the current
An exhibition of Women’s Voices, featuring six renown female artists – Laura Berman, Jane Booth, Teresa Dirks, Cheryl Eve Acosta, Katrina Revenaugh and Robin VanHoozer – who use color, shape, and lines as a cultural currency to convey rich conversations and take risks. They see beyond what is there and re-present it in seemingly confident and
Special Event: Thursday, April 12 at 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Refreshments: 6:00-6:30 pm — Panel w/ Q&A: 6:30-7:30 Johnson County Library – Gallery Area – 9875 W 87th St, Overland Park, Kansas 66212 Four of well-known Kansas City artists will discuss the recurring processes they perfect to produce their art. Join Heidi Van, Stan Kessler, Maura