PeaceWorks photographer Jim Hannah took pictures of the artists at the Sept. 24-25 fair. "In a world of so much brokenness and ugliness, it is vital to honor artists and their art," says Jim.
Being a clay artist is also a lesson in mortality. I am reminded at the wheel that virtually everything I create in the studio will outlast me, its creator, by hundreds of years. Maybe millennia.
At our Sept. 24-25 fair, people enjoyed the art, diversity of artists/patrons, delicious Colombian food, sharing time with each other, and fantastic weather.
Olyvia Lott, wordsmith Auntie Lyv, delved into the PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair Sept. 24-25 by interviewing seven artists and two others. Lyv wove her interviews into this podcast.
KKFI Community Radio is spreading the word about our PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair 9/24-25. See artwork here!
Among the 80 artists in the PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair, many are making new works for us as the fair approaches—Saturday, Sept. 24, and Sunday, Sept. 25.
The PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair, in person, already has 76 artists—and counting! After 2 years without a face-to-face fair, PeaceWorks is holding its annual fundraiser on Saturday/Sunday, Sept. 24-25, at Theis Park.
This year’s PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair comes to a new location: Theis Park, south of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. “Art + peace—what a combo!” says Ann Suellentrop.
2020 was shaping up as a banner year for PeaceWorks-KC’s annual art show. The number of artists exhibiting last year was the highest ever, at 130, and the pool of artists was expected to continue to grow. ... Then came the pandemic. ... "How about a virtual, online art fair?" asked David Bayard.
The PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair (formerly the UNplaza Art Fair) will continue as scheduled on Sept. 26-27. Due to current COVID-19 realities and our responsibility to the broader community, the art fair will be a virtual event you can access through this website.