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DIVINING THE MUSEUM EXHIBITION OPENING RECEPTION
May 2, 2015 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Enjoy a reception and performative readings that tell stories inspired by the layered history of Corinthian Hall and its myriad “inhabitants” over the years.
Spaces are Limited. RSVP is required to email@example.com.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT (May 2- June 13)
Curated by Max Adrian and Paige Beltowski, Divining the Museum: Visions of Past, Present, and Futureis a temporary exhibition of more than one dozen Kansas City artists and students of the Kansas City Art Institute. The exhibition showcases contemporary artwork including installations, sculpture, ceramics, and photography alongside original objects from the Museum’s collection. Adrian and Beltowski propose imaginative and modern relationships with the historic artifacts and materials to catalyze conversation about the reinterpretation, relevancy, and meaning of history. How and why do we blur the boundaries between fact and fiction, even subconsciously, when we learn about historic events? Divining the Museum poses this question and others in many forms to stimulate curiosity, dialogue, and dreams of the future Kansas City Museum.