What makes your neighborhood unique? Maybe you live near the river, or next to a school, or by a park, or along the railroad tracks? What do you hear when you walk your dog, or head out for a bike ride? What happens if you stand in your yard or on your porch and just listen? These are the sounds of Wichita, and we want to hear them too.
Site-Specific: A History of the Mattress Factory (97 minutes)
Screening begins at 7PM, admission is by a suggested donation of $5.
Design Dialogue on Chester I. Lewis Park
A project by three graduate students in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning from K-State’s College of Architecture, Planning & Design (Students: Skylar Brown, Andrea Lemken, Wei Sun, with faculty advisor Katie Kingery-Page)
OCTOBER 27 - DECEMBER 29, 2017
Opening Reception: Final Friday, October 27; 7-10PM
Closing Reception: Final Friday, December 29; 7-10PM
Danielle Head will be in attendance at the closing reception on December 29.
The XX series, now in its eighth edition, is a biennial invitational exhibition series that features five different female artists each year; every new group of participants being chosen by the previous five. This “tag” structure should, through its natural progression, offer the Wichita community an expansive range of work, both geographically and conceptually.
In its ninth year, the family-friendly Living Statues event offers a unique and inspired environment to sketch, photograph, paint, or otherwise immortalize a group of talented Ballet Wichita dancers.
Dimitris Skliris’ fall and winter exhibition is intended to read more as an immersive installation piece than a traditional presentation of fine art photography.
FINAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 2015
Fisch Haus is excited to welcome Dutch artist Gerco de Ruijter to Wichita, in a joint artist-in-residency program with the Ulrich Museum of Art. Gerco will be living and working at the Fisch Haus, and participating in the Ulrich’s Underground Artist in Residence project.
The XX series is a bi-annual invitational exhibition series that features five different female artists each year; every new group of participants being chosen by the previous five. This “tag” structure should, through its natural progression, offer the Wichita community an expansive range of work, both geographically and stylistically.