1520 Poyntz Ave, Manhattan. KS 66502 Tel: (785) 537-4420 Fax: (785) 539-3356
Internet Address: www.flinthills.com/~arts Director: Mr. Galen Wixon Admission: voluntary contribution.
Attendance: 1,000 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free on site.
Open: Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, lpm-4pm.
Facilities: Galleries (2): Theatre.
Activities: Temporary Exhibitions.
Publications: magazine, “City Arts Magazine” (7 per year).
The Galleries present temporary exhibitions of works by students (e.g. Kansas State University graduate students) and professional artists in a wide variety of media.
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Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art
12345 College Blvd, Overland Park, KS 66210-1299 Tel: (913) 469-8500 Ext: 3972 Fax: (913) 469-2348 TDDY: (913) 469-3885
Internet Address: www.jccc.net/gallery Director: Mr. Bruce Hartman Admission: free.
Attendance: 200.000 Established: 1969 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y
Barry Flanagan. Hare and Bell. 1988, bronze; 138 x 72 x 108 inches. Oppenheimer-Stein Sculpture Collection. Gift of Jules and Doris Stein Foundation and H. Tony and Marti Oppenheimer. Photograph courtesy of Gallery of Art, Johnson County Community College,
Overland Park, Kansas.
Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art, cont.
Parking: free on site.
Open: Fall to Spring.
Monday. 10am-5pm: Tuesday to Wednesday, 10am-7pm; Thursday to Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday to Sunday. lpm-5pm.
Monday, 10am-5pm; Tuesday to Wednesday, 10am-7pm; Thursday to Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday, lpm-5pm.
Closed: Legal Holidays.
Facilities: Auditoria (1.400 seats and 400 seats): Exhibition Area (3,000 square feet); Outdoor Sculpture Collection. Theatre (150 seats).
Activities: Concerts: Dance Recitals: Education Programs (adults, undergraduate college students, and children); Films; Guided Tours; Lectures; Performances; Temporary Exhibitions; Traveling Exhibitions.
Publications: exhibition brochures (6 per year).
With 3.000 square feet of exhibition space, the Gallery presents seven major exhibitions of contemporary art each year, drawing on artists, museums, galleries, and private collections, both nationally and internationally. The College houses a permanent collection of contemporary art. In addition, numerous large-scale and site-specific sculptures have been installed on the College grounds.