In collaboration with the City of Wichita and the Wichita Wind Surge baseball franchise, Fisch Haus presents a glimpse into the process through which public art is realized.
Fisch Haus presents a collection of short films by local and regional filmmakers, thematically centered around our resident artists, events, and programming. The showcase starts at 7PM on Saturday, February 8th, and will run about an hour. Most filmmakers and featured artists will be in attendance.
On December 17, 2019, Wichita City Council voted yes to a 2% pool of funding allocated for public art in public projects.
Thursday, October 31 - Saturday, November 2, all shows start at 8PM.
This year, we're doing something completely different. Think multi-disciplinary art mob. Think 24-hour Wagnerian Ring Cycle.
Throughout the month of June, Fisch Haus is proud to celebrate Pride!
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.
Femme Fest ICT will take place April 20 at Fisch Haus with three screening programs, including the Kansas premieres of two feature films.
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.
Join us for a screening of notorious Wichita filmmaker RG Miller's new blockbuster: Ace Blister Ball! RG will be in attendance, to answer questions and talk about his own unique style of filmmaking.
20 years of Kansas' Notoriously Obnoxious Ball
Final Friday, September 28, 6-8pm
Final Friday, October 26, 6-8pm
Featured artists: Krystal Anton, Kip Haaheim, Steve Huey and Kenn Peters
Fisch Bowl, the not-for-profit arm of Fisch Haus, presents a summer of events at PLATFORM, the stage in the new paved area behind the Commerce St. Art District. Stay tuned for a list of events, and follow the Commerce St.
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!
MAPMUSIK 2.0 IS HERE!
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.
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)
On February 3rd, 2018, Fisch Haus will present a selection of short films produced by Wichita filmmakers. Six films will be screened, and all filmmakers will be in attendance. The program will be roughly an hour long. All ages are welcome, but please be advised that some content may not be suitable for younger audiences.
7 - 8 PM
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.
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.