Nelson-Atkins Conservation Department Shines in New Exhibit
Among the many exhibitions upended by the pandemic, a stellar show of recently conserved objects in the collection of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art was put on hold when the museum closed in March 2020.
‘Silk and Steel’: How French Women Kept their Sense of Style in Wartime
Offering a look at daily life through the changing styles of wartime, “Silk and Steel: French Fashion, Women and WWI” explores what French women contributed to the war effort and how it affected their lives and fashion.
“Memory Ponds by Gerry Trilling,” Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art
Gerry Trilling has provided us all with a new visual repertoire to replace those outdated crochet images in “Memory Ponds,” her new exhibition of approximately 160 works, each titled with a number, at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art.
Felix Maull, a painter and graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute, has been officially installed as the first artist-in-residence at The Art House (previously discussed by James Martin in January 2017).