CityArts Student & Instructor Show
Special exhibition dates: Friday, Sept. 29-Friday, Oct. 13
on view in the Main Gallery

CityArts is proud to present an exhibition of work by students and instructors who participate and teach art classes at CityArts. CityArts is home to more than 35 instructors who bring their passion of art to student sin Wichita. CityArts' students are the backbone of the organization who bring a spectrum of creativity to Wichita.

 

"Abstract Impressionist Prairie Views"
by Charles Baughman
on view in the Main Gallery through Saturday, Oct. 13

Charles Baughman is a nationally known artist with an extensive background as a fine artist, exhibiting work around the country. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Studio Arts and Art History from Kearney State College in Kearney, Nebraska and his Master of Fine Arts in painting and sculpture from Wichita State University. He has taught classes locally at Wichita Art Museum, Wichita Center for the Arts, Friends University and Wichita State University.

 

"Glaze" CityArts Ceramics Exhibition
by CityArts pottery students
on view in the Boardroom Gallery through Saturday, Oct. 21

"Glaze" will introduce work created by CityArts pottery students. During a full session pottery course, students are able to focus on fine-tuning creative pottery skills to create small- and large-scale works, including vases, bowls and other vessels.

 

"Bounded Not Boundaries"
by Envision artists
on view in the Balcony Gallery through Saturday, Oct. 21

CityArts once again partners with artists at Envision to bring their annual art exhibition to life: a fibers and paper art exhibition created by individuals who are blind, visually impaired and multi-disabled.

 

"Clubhouse Lunch: a Mysterious Land of Pictures"
by John Pirtle
on view in the Main Hall Gallery through Saturday, Oct. 21

Freelance artist and illustrator John Pirtle's new exhibition focuses on character driven illustration and their narratives. Each piece has been worked on, or completed during, his lunch hour at his day job. The chaotic lines in the drawings reflect the chaotic daily lives of the characters. He has been commissioned to work on different community art projects, including work for Douglas Design District, the Ruffin Building and Botanica.

 

"Social Change" Street Photography Exhibition
by CityArts Street Photography students
on view in the Balcony Gallery through Saturday, Oct. 21

CityArts' recent Street Photography students present their photographs that deal with social change in Wichita. Photographs depict different scenes and occurrences on the streets of Wichita.