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"Lost and Found"

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The KCKCC Art Gallery hosts monthly events, such as exhibit receptions, visiting artist lectures and film screenings. The gallery promotes socially captivating art exhibits featuring local and national artists. Tours of the college's permanent collection are also available by appointment.

The KCKCC Art Gallery is free and open to the public.

Art Exhibit DescriptionCurrent Exhibit

"Lost and Found"

September 11 - October 27

Opening Reception: September 26 from 4:30 - 7

KCKCC Art Gallery Hosts Lost and Found: Exploring the Loss of Culture Through Migration and Finding Balance Through Self Discovery Exhibition

The Kansas City Kansas Community College Art Gallery is proud to be hosting The Migrating Assembly for Stories and Art’s (MASA) second exhibition, “Lost and Found: Exploring the Loss of Culture Through Migration and Finding Balance Through Self Discovery.”

An opening reception for the exhibit will be 4:30 to 7 p.m. Sept. 26. There will be live music by Stranded in the City, along with refreshments. The event is supported by the KCKCC Student Organization of Latinx. The exhibit is free and open to the public and runs until Oct. 27.

MASA is for conversations about identity and art as exploration. The KC collective is a migrating assembly of artists whose work comes together for only a moment. “Lost and Found,” brings together stories of grief and self-actualization told through varied visual mediums. The exhibition acts as a space to explore what it means to lose a sense of identity while also finding means of connection and self-expression through art. Navigating respective memories, 16 artists explore their own personal experiences of losing parts of themselves along the journey to Kansas City and the growth thereafter. The role of the art is to navigate and recognize that individuals can be different from social norms. The show celebrates these differences and acknowledges the similarities within the group.

Featured artists include Marisa Adame Grady, Emily Alvarez, Rodrigo Alvarez, Victor Antillanca, Faviola Calymayor, Dani Coronado, Erick Felix, Daniel Garcia-Roman, Edwing Mendez, Nicolas Ortega, Paulina Otero, Socorro Reyes Ramirez, Baldemar Rivas, Isaac Tapia, Cesar Velez and Emiliano Zapata.

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Shai Perry

Deven Knapp


Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.or by appointment

Tours are available with the curator by appointment only 


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Lower Level Jewell Building
KCKCC Main Campus

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