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Matthew Dehaemers: In The Pitch

Matthew Dehaemers brings his family to Studios Inc by Tracy Abeln
The Pitch 03.18.14

When Matthew Dehaemers makes his art, his point isn’t simply that it be beautiful — though his works do function on that level. He means to connect the object to the place-ness of where it will be Continue Reading…

Join us tonight: RE-TREAD reception

Studios Inc Exhibition Space is pleased to present RE-TREAD, an exhibition featuring resident artist Matthew Dehaemers, on view from 03.14.14 to 04.18.14 with an opening reception Friday, 03.14.14 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM. Performance starts at 7:30 PM.

RE-TREAD is an exhibition that Continue Reading…

Opening Reception Friday: RE-TREAD

Studios Inc Exhibition Space is pleased to present RE-TREAD, an exhibition featuring resident artist Matthew Dehaemers, on view from 03.14.14 to 04.18.14 with an opening reception Friday, 03.14.14 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.

RE-TREAD is an exhibition that embarks on a body of large and small-scale work, both sculptural and two-dimensional, by Matthew Dehaemers. The imagery is inspired by Continue Reading…

Resident Artist: Barry Anderson featured in “Sum of Us” Exhibition

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Barry Anderson’s two recent works, Totemic Sonar and Totemic Ping, are featured in the group exhibition Sum of Us at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. The exhibition runs through June 2014 and will include works from six artists from the Kansas City area.

Barry’s other works such as two-channel piece, Shift/Split(Glacier), is included in the

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Closed TODAY

imagesStudios Inc will be closed today due to snow storm.

Opening Reception Next Friday — Studios Inc:2013

The Studios IncStudios Inc Exhibition Space is pleased to present Studios Inc:2013, a group exhibition featuring the resident artists of 2013 — Barry Anderson, Miki Baird, Robert Josiah Bingaman, Matthew Dehaemers, Jill Downen, Diana Heise, Beniah Leuschke, Jarrett Mellenbruch, Dylan Mortimer, Garry Noland, Colby K Smith, and Jaimie Warren.

Studios Inc:2013 will be on view from 1.10.2014 to 2.21.2014 with an opening reception Continue Reading…

Garry Noland @ Studios Inc: featured in The Pitch

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photo credit EG Schempf

Garry Noland wraps up his Studios Inc residency with some strong material 
by Tracy Abeln
The Pitch

Garry Noland strikes you as a man with a positive outlook. His personality is unaffected, his wit rustic and colorful. What comes across when he speaks about his art is a straightforward “I made this” aesthetic.
Speaking to a small audience the Saturday after the November opening of Test Patterns and Floor Samples, his latest Studios Inc exhibition, Noland said no material was unworthy of being manipulated toward its true end. That idea informs what he calls his Continue Reading…

Dylan Mortimer: Kansas City Prayer Booths Not Actually Official

img_prayer_boothsKansas City Prayer Booths Not Actually Official
Kansas City | 12/09/2013 6:00am
NANCY SCOLA | NEXT CITY

Popping up all over Kansas City, the Topekas News reports, are payphone-like “prayer booths” that raise questions about the role of religious life in secular spaces but also give local residents an easy way to do their part to help shape world events, like this woman:

The Chiefs are playing the Continue Reading…

Join us tonight @ Studios Inc 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Failed Monuments (photo credit: EG Schempf)

Studios Inc Exhibition Space is pleased to present Floor Samples and Test Patterns, an exhibition featuring resident artist Garry Noland, on view from 11.08.2013 to 12.20.2013.  Floor Samples and Test Patterns is an exhibition of new floor and wall mounted sculpture incorporating found and re-used materials. Art Historian Kirsten Olds writes of the work: “These…composites express antinomies that have long compelled

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21,000 Community Residents and Visitors!

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copyDuring 2012, The Studios Inc served approximately 21,000 community residents and visitors!

This number was determined by, not only by the amount of people who attended the public exhibition series (including opening receptions, artist talks, and open gallery hours),  but in addition:
Resident artists,  Patrons and co-Patrons, Interns and Volunteers, Board members, Staff, People who attended private events in the SI office or exhibition space, People engaged through various social media, and Representatives of organizations that toured the current Corporate Collection to consider its purchase and number of employees who benefited from the acquisition of a previous Corporate Collection.

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