Artist Ed Dwight Creates a New Weathervane for the Kansas City Museum Carriage House
The Kansas City Museum announced in August that it is working with artist and historian Ed Dwight and International Architects Atelier to create a new weathervane for the Carriage House at the Kansas City Museum.
“Norman Akers: Constructed Place: Works on Paper” and “Heinrich Toh: Never As It Was”
The two artists whose exhibitions open at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum in September use a number of printmaking techniques to visualize their own stories, memories and outlooks in ways that reflect the often jumbled, hazy or half-hidden thoughts that swirl through the mind.
Explore the struggle for full citizenship and racial equality that unfolded after the Civil War, and leading into WWI, in the newest exhibition at the National WWI Museum and Memorial, Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow.