The UMKC Department of Art and Art History invites everyone to the 2011 UMKC Student Art Exhibition in the Fine Arts Building’s Gallery of Art (room 106). The opening reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 5 at the Gallery of Art, and the exhibition will run through July 30.
The exhibition is open to any student enrolled in classes at UMKC and includes painting, photography, sculpture, prints, graphic design, video and motion graphics. Featuring works by 37 artists, this year’s exhibition is juried by Cara Megan Lewis.
Lewis is the curator at Cara and Cabezas Contemporary and works independently on curatorial projects in Kansas City and San Francisco. Lewis received her Master’s Degree in June 2007 from the Curatorial Practice Program at the California College of the Arts. Her professional experience includes three years as a registrar at Fraenkel Gallery, registration work on the Diane Arbus Retrospective at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and curatorial assistance for the arts programming at Mama Art Cafe in San Francisco.
What’s your favorite Kansas City hangout?
UMKC introduces the third episode of its monthly feature, “Roo-minations,” which asks students to answer a question. This month’s question is, “What is your favorite Kansas City hangout?”
What is a Roo-mination? Here’s our definition: Roo•mi•na•tion [roo-muh-ney-shun] noun, what a UMKC roo thinks.
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