Tag archive for outsider art exhibits

Getting ready for the Rare Visions/Detour Art show

(from “Lisa The Drama Queen”, The Simpsons, Season 20…thanks, Larry) Rare Visions, Detour Art March 6, 2009 – May 1, 2009 Belger Arts Center 2100 Walnut Kansas City, Missouri The show at the Belger is only a week away, and I am exhibiting exhibit-mania.  …

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"Rare Visions, Detour Art" Exhibit at the Belger Art Center in Kansas City

“Rare Visions, Detour Art” March 6, 2009 – May 1, 2009 Belger Arts Center 2100 Walnut Street, (one block east of Main Street) Kansas City, MO KANSAS CITY, MO – On March 6, 2009, the Belger Arts Center will launch “Rare Visions – Detour Art,”…

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An incredible collection in Garnett, Kansas

cugno_logan045, originally uploaded by queenodesign. Today was the day we have been waiting for! Not only to go see the amazing folk art (and contemporary) collection of “The Roberts” (Robert Cugno and Robert Logan)…but the weather was gorgeous. Out of the deep freeze and a…

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Milwaukee Museum of Art

Milwaukee Museum of Art 700 N. Art Museum Drive |  Milwaukee, WI  |  414-224-3220 Sitting on the shore of Lake Michigan, the spectacular Quadracci Pavilion, designed by Santiago Calatrava, the Milwaukee Museum of Art features a 90-foot high glass-walled reception hall enclosed by a whale-rib-like sunscreen that…

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Kohler Conference — Day Two

Sheboygan, WI The above video clip is a segment from the closing dinner, inspired by the environmental artists and was created by a group called “The Nana Projects” (Molly Ross and artists Annie Howe, Alison Heimstead, Elisabeth Roskos and Adam Krandle)  It was performed to…

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Kohler Conference — Day One

“Taking the Road Less Traveled: Built Environments of Vernacular Artists”co-hosted by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center and the Kohler Foundation, Inc.An International Conference – September 27-30, 2007Sheboygan, WI Let’s just get this out of the way – The Kohler’s are visionary, self-taught, vernacular, your-term-here…

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Boyer Museum—Mechanical carvings

Paul Boyer   |  1930-  |  Belleville, KS Mechanical sculptures  “It’s my birthday and I’ll drive if I want to…”  And so drove I did…although not that far from home. First stop (after a drive through the Flint Hills) was in Belleville, KS, the home of…

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