Atchison Art Association
704 North 4th, Atchison, KS 66002 Tel: (913) 367-4278 Fax: (913) 367-2939
Director and Curator: Ms. Gloria Conkle Davis Admission: fee-$2.00.
Attendance: 700 Established: 1970
Open: Wednesday. 10am-5pm; Saturday to Sunday. 1 pm-5pm.
Facilities: Architecture (Victorian brick residence, 1885).
Activities: Guided Tours Permanent Exhibits; Traveling Exhibitions.
Publications: brochure. “Tour Guide of Home”.
The Gallerys collection includes paintings and lithographs by John Falter, John Steuart Curry, Thomas Hart Benton. Robert Sudlow, and Jack OHara.
El Dorado Coutts Memorial Museum of Art, Inc.
110 N. Main St. El Dorado, KS 67042-0001 Tel: (316) 321-1212 Fax: (316) 321-1215 Internet Address: www.kuQac.edu/kaaBRs/musaumsi/coutts
C.E.O.: Ms. Rhoda Hodges Admission: voluntary contribution.
Attendance: 3,000 Established: 1970
Membership: N ADA Compliant: Y
Open: MonWeds/Fri. lpm-5pm;
TuesThurs, 9am-noon and lpm-5pm Closed. Holidays.
Kansas Map and Guide Photo Gallery
The Museum houses over 1.000 works of art in a variety of media. There are works from Russia, China, France, Holland, England, and South America. American art in the collection includes prints by Seward, Foltz, Capps. Benton, and Sandzen. Contemporary Kansas art is represented by works of Carver. Sanderson, James, Hamil, Rogers, and Fallier. Finally, there is a collection of Western art. including numerous bronzes by Remington, as well as by Hoffman and Russell.
Envpori State University – Norman R. Eppink Art Gallery King Hall. 13th and Market Streets, Emporia, KS 66801 Tel: (316) 341-5246 Fax: (316; 341-6246
Internet Address: www.emporia.edu/art/eppink.htm Director: Mr. Donald Perry Admission: no admission charge.
Attendance: 11,000 Established: 1939 ADA Compliant: Y Open: Monday to Friday. 9am-4pm.
Closed: Academic Holidays.
Emporia State University – Norman R. Eppink Art Gallery, cont.
Facilities: Auditorium (400 seats); Classrooms: Food Services Cafeteria; Gallery: Library;
Nature Center: Reading Room: Theatre.
Activities: Education Programs (graduate and undergraduate college students); Gallery Talks;
Guided Tours: Lectures: Temporary Exhibitions; Traveling Exhibitions.
Publications: catalogue, “Art Faculty Exhibition”; catalogue, “National Invitational Drawing Exhibition Catalogue”.
The Gallery features temporary exhibitions. Across the lia.ll from the Gallery is the Gilson Memorial Room, which also displays temporary exhibitions.