On view October 27-November 18, 2017


Arts Council Juried Exhibition
Main Gallery

The 2017 Arts Council Juried Exhibition is an annual exhibition open to all Kansas artists who are over 18 years of age. All forms of media are welcome in the show. Fore more information, visit wichitaarts.com or wichitacityarts.org.

Special exhibition dates: October 20-November 19, 2017





ARC of Sedgwick County Community Exhibition

CityArts once again is partnering with the ARC of Sedgwick County for the 5th annual art show in honor and celebration of Ruthie Spriggs who, for 30+ years, taught and inspired children and adults of all abilities. Through her love of art, she sparked their inner artists and taught them to express themselves through their work. Featuring work by those with developmental disabilities across the state of Kansas, this mixed media show will feature a variety of colorful work.

"Tentative Reality"
by Dane Jones
Main Hall Gallery

Local artist Dane Jones works to confuse the viewer. He creates work that shifts meaning and creates multifaceted interpretations. The work manipulates the viewer, luring them to take a closer look at the materials used to create the piece and how they are handled. Dane grew up in Lebo, Kansas and earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture from Emporia State University. He received his Master of Fine Arts in printmaking from Wichita State University.

On view November 24-December 27, 2017

"ISO 316"
by Cesar Aguiniga
Boardroom Gallery

Cesar Aguiniga is a freelance photographer based out of Wichita. Originally from California, Cesar took up photography in 2016 and travels all over to capture everything from snowy mountaintops to urban streets. He uses Photoshop to create surreal photographic results.

Gifts in the Gallery

Sale runs November 20-December 27, 2017
CityArts’ annual holiday celebration, Gifts in the Gallery, showcases a selection of art and unique gifts made by our extended community of artists. A boutique-style art sale, Gifts in the Gallery offers holiday shoppers a variety of handmade artwork from artists working in an array of mediums, including ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, glass, photography, home decor and more. Gifts in the Gallery takes over the first floor of CityArts in November and December.