Upcoming Projects for 2016
Topeka, Kansas August - September
Voice of Topeka Youth Mural Project at the Great Mural Wall
St. Louis, Missouri November 17-19
Culture /Shift - US Department of Arts and Culture National Conference
Emporia, Kansas April
Community Mural in downtown Emporia with Emporia State students and local residents.
Kansas Statewide May-June
The Kansas People's History Project
collaborative printmaking project that will celebrate under-recognized
people and events from Kansas history. In partnership with the Watkins
Museum of History in Lawrence and five other arts and educational
institutions from across the state.
Vitoria, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brasil March-April
I'll be leading a series of mural projects and workshops with local community groups coordinated through the Meridian International Center for Diplomacy. Read more about the program here.
Toledo, Ohio October
Community Mural Workshop
I'll be working with Professor Thor Mednick's class on a small project in Toledo that takes students through the organizing and technical aspects of doing community-based work.
Hutchinson, Kansas June 15-21
Kansas Mural Workshop
I will lead a week-long work shop that introduces artists to the technical and organizational skills needed to create a community-based mural. Participants will learn by actually making a small mural for downtown Hutchinson. In partnership with the Hutchinson / Reno County Arts & Humanities Council.
Topeka, Kansas April - May
Community mural at the Great Mural Wall
20th & Fillmore
A new panel on the Great Mural Wall of Topeka that focuses on the myths, folklore and real history about how Topeka got its name.
Topeka, Kansas April - May
Mural with youth and officers at the Shawnee County Juvenile Detention Center
Topeka, Kansas January - May
Half Empty Project
Mulvane Art Museum
A collaborative graphics project to address the practical and cultural uses of water in Kansas. More at - http://halfemptyproject.blogspot.com/
St. Louis, Missouri October - December
Hands Up, Don't Shoot: Artists Respond
St. Louis Public Library
Newton, Kansas September 29th
Bethel College Convocation Lecture
Lawrence, Kansas August 13th
"From the League Dumpster to Funky Town: Not so hidden economies of good will in Lawrence" A presentation at Lawrence Nerd Nite. Doors at 7pm, presentations begin at 8pm. More info here.
Joplin, Missouri October
Missouri Southern State University Painting Symposium and exhibition.
Lawrence, Kansas and across the U.S. June 29th and ongoing
The US Department of Arts and Culture. More here http://usdac.us/
Davis, California April 5th
I'll be at the Community Built Association Conference with filmmaker Nicholas Ward to show a rough cut of the documentary film "Called to Walls."
Kansas City, Missouri January 17 - March 28
A window installation at BNIM Architecture. 106 W. 14th St. Kansas City, MO (in the historic Power & Light Building).
Topeka, Kansas March - May
I'll be assisting Ashley Jane Laird on the first ever Kansas Women's Mural at the Great Mural Wall of Topeka.
Independence, Kansas June - July
A new mural project in conjunction with the first Ad Astra Festival.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota January and July
in January, I'll be working with residents of the Whittier neighborhood
on a large community mural for Meldrum Park. The project is being
supported by an NEA Our Town grant awarded to the Sioux Falls Arts
Council. More about the Sioux Falls project here.
Southern Graphic Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin March 20 - 23
be speaking and showing work related to the Occupy Movement and an
ongoing effort to counter Kansas' politicians attempts to turn the
clock back on women's rights, immigration, and support for the arts. More about SGC here.
Waco, Texas April - June
For the fifth site of the Mid-America Mural Project.
Songdo, South Korea April 21 - 30
Invited by Chadwick International School, I'll be working with teens on a mural for Songdo's beautiful new Central Park.
Give Take Give May
The culmination of this Rocket Grant funded project will be a book release and exhibition at the Lawrence Percolator. More about Give Take Give here.
Hastings, Nebraska August - October
The sixth installment of the Mid-America Mural Project.
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