Patrick Duegaw presents A Guy, a Fisch, and an Accidental Arsonist. This pop-up Bildlab exhibition features prints from his fire extinguisher lithograph series (the props), a large interior painting with a hidden fish (the set), and several portrait study drawings and prints (the cast of characters).
Fisch Haus is still not technically open, but we are very pleased to welcome Meghan Miller into our space while she constructs the large-scale work for her MFA thesis exhibition. Entitled The Midnight Garden Coffee Shop, the handmade installation explores the magic of third places and liminal spaces.
To accompany her solo exhibitions at the Ulrich Museum of Art and Steckline Gallery, Ann Resnick presents a series of intimate, provocative, and stirring prints and drawings, created between 1986 and 1992. This body of work has never been shown in Kansas before, and is a revelatory compliment to the large scale installations at both museums.
@BildLab (second floor gallery)
May 20 - June 17, 2021
December 18, 2020 - May 14, 2021
@BildLab, Fisch Haus' second floor gallery
After more than two years of planning, writing, negotiating, revising, discussing, then doing it all again, more times than we can count, we are finally ready to put our new percentage-for-public-art ordinance to the vote!
On December 17, 2019, Wichita City Council voted yes to a 2% pool of funding allocated for public art in public projects.
EDITING EDIFICES, an exhibition by Jodi Lightner
December 5, 2019 - January 31, 2020
COME TO GRIEF
BildLab Gallery @ Fisch Haus, 2nd Floor:
December 5, 2019 - January 31, 2020
June 10-12, 2019 | @BildLab
Throughout the month of June, Fisch Haus is proud to celebrate Pride!
SONG OF MYSELVES is an experimental theatrical event that turns Whitman’s famous poem into a multi-sensory experience. Part play, part video and sound installation, part poetry reading. Adaptation is written and directed by Ellen Crispin.
The XX series, now in its ninth 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.
Bump and Grind: new work by Fisch Haus artist and co-founder Eric Schmidt.
March 29 - April 21, 2019
We're pleased to introduce our Spring 2019 artist-in-residence Sukaina Kubba, an Iraqi-Canadian artist and architect recently back in North America from Scotland, where she received her Master in Fine Art Practice (Painting) from The Glasgow School of Art.
Final Friday, September 28, 6-8pm
Final Friday, October 26, 6-8pm
Featured artists: Krystal Anton, Kip Haaheim, Steve Huey and Kenn Peters
Welcome to OpenStudios, a program that pairs empty storefronts with practicing local artists. The artists benefit from a free studio for several months, and the building owner can market an animated, more attractive space that's easier to rent!
Site-Specific: A History of the Mattress Factory (97 minutes)
Screening begins at 7PM, admission is by a suggested donation of $5.
The director will be available for questions after the film.
We're very pleased to announce the tenth anniversary of Living Statues! This is an annual family-friendly event that offers a unique and inspirational environment within which the public is invited to sketch, photograph, paint, or otherwise immortalize a group of talented Ballet Wichita dancers.
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.
February's Final Friday event features the work of nationally recognized sound artist, composer, musician, blogger, podcaster, professor, conductor, KNOBfest organizer, and general man-about-town Aleks Sturnfeld-Dunn.
Join us from 7-10PM on Final Friday, January 27 for an evening of fun and games, offered in an attempt to enjoy some non-partisan companionship during this inaugural month. We'll have several tables of board games, cards, and puzzles set up, so come ready to play! Ping pong may happen.
Dimitris Skliris’ fall and winter exhibition is intended to read more as an immersive installation piece than a traditional presentation of fine art photography.
May 2018 UPDATE!
In its eighth year, our family-friendly Living Statues event offers a unique and inspirational environment within which the public is invited to sketch, photograph, paint, or otherwise immortalize a group of talented Ballet Wichita dancers.
To kick off National Poetry Month, Wichita native Jon Kelly Yenser is bringing his poetry home again with an evening reading from his latest chapbook, The Disambiguation of Katydids and Other Poems About Kansas.
Regional artist and book-maker Rachel Epp Buller presents a series of new books Final Friday, November 27, from 7-10 pm. The exhibition runs through January 29, 2016, with a closing reception on that date, also from 7-10 pm.
FINAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 2015
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.
WORLD OF QOOLIEROS UNFURLS
Kent Williams stretches the fabric of space-time in his new body of work, 'Cusp: Arrival of the Qoolieros, Into and Through the Noisy Planet.'
ReMades is an exhibition of work by local artists, using materials salvaged from The LUX project: the renovation of a defunct office building into a ground-breaking residential living environment in downtown Wichita.
STUDENT POETRY RECITATION
FISCH HAUS: 21 - a Fisch Haus retrospective at the Ulrich Museum of Art
Exhibition Essay: An Artist’s Collaborative Comes of Age
By Dr. Emily Stamey