Metropolitan Community College-Longview is proud to present an exhibit of works from several of Kansas City’s up-and-coming artists.
This unique exhibit, The Presentation Imperative, at the MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center gallery will showcase works of art that examine the construct of institutions and social/cultural structures.
“In each work, the physical presence of the depicted image is not only understood by it’s physical weight but also by its visual reception, which is ultimately tied to its context,” gallery curator Daniel Reneau said.
The exhibit will open with a reception on Friday, June 24, where the artists will answer questions and talk about each of their pieces.
Artists included: Brandon Briscoe, Todd Christiansen, Peter Granados, Blake Sidebottom, Jaclyn Senne, Kate Smithson and Elizabeth Woodfill.
June 24, 5 – 8 p.m.
The MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center
The Presentation Imperative
June 24 – July 30
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Noon – 4 p.m.
MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center