First Friday Events

Looking for something to do tonight? It’s First Friday, and we’ve compiled a few highlights from our calendar to check out while you’re out in the Crossroads/downtown area.

Hello Art First Friday Reception

Join Hello Art for their March First Friday Reception at Living Room Theatre, then hop on the trolley and visit the Belger Crane Yard Studios and Hammerpress Studio.

Los Colores de la Vida: Opening Reception

Visit the Mattie Rhodes Art Center‘s opening reception for Los Colores de la Vida, a show that “explores the complex social issues of our time while fostering a dialogue that promotes compassion & understanding.” At 6:30pm, Christo Rey students will perform their own poems and songs inspired by the No Place for Hate campaign, and at 8pm Making Movies will be playing some songs.

Possible Impossible: Terry Allen Study Drawings for Public Works

Stop by the Belger Arts Center and see the continuing exhibition of drawings by Terry Allen, whose sculpture, Modern Communication, sits in front of Kansas City’s Police and Fire Department Communication Center Building. Read Porter Arneill’s write-up about this piece.

More First Friday events from our calendar:

Terry Allen "Modern Communication"
Terry Allen “Modern Communication”

March Exhibition Opening
Kansas City Artists Coalition
Works from four local/regional artists: Sharon Harper, Hugh Merrill, Ron Anderson, Melanie Johnson

First Friday Spring Preview
Weinberger Fine Art
Art by Mark English, Josh George and Jennifer Rivera.

Make Your Mark
Kemper at the Crossroads
“Make Your Mark features ten works from the Kemper Museum Permanent Collection that emphasize the individual tropes and gestures employed by a selection of artists in making their signature mark.”

Ethereal Waters
Blue Gallery
Photographs by Mark Allen

Student Artists Showcase
Michael Molick Studio & Gallery

Visit KC STUDIO’s new and improved arts calendar for even more First Friday events!

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