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Current Exhibition

ARTicipation Open Studio 2018 – C3:
Collaboration. Community. Connection.

April 22 - June 10

Featuring community art making experiences with weaving looms, light tables and mixed-media materials, plus a salon installation of art work by Village Shalom residents, collaborative group art projects

Special Feature: Site specific, aerial-color-experience mural by Kansas City artist, Zach Arlan! 

Check out a full schedule of workshops on the Current Exhibition page!

Also under Current Exhibitions is a preview of our upcoming KCAI Alumni Biennial 2018 show:…nnial-exhibition/


President's Welcome

What is this place we call The Epsten Gallery?

It’s a room with walls that can be transformed into an interactive art space for multi-generational use; a place where art becomes therapy; a place to explore different media and learn how art and life intersect; a place to explore and get your hands dirty.

It’s a room where I remember my mother-in-law, Jackee Epsten. She wanted to share art with the community of Village Shalom, a facility with a vision to enable senior adults to flourish in a safe, caring, compassionate community. She wanted families to come inside, look at art together and become engrossed in projects. Jackee loved to share her passion of art and movement with her grandchildren. She hoped people would come visit quality gallery exhibits that make us pause, think and appreciate life, as she did.

The Epsten Gallery’s mission is to provide innovative programs and art exhibitions that engage, inspire and enlighten a diverse community through all stages of life, celebrating our common humanity through art.

Join us as we explore outside the gallery, too. The Epsten supports art therapy at Children’s Mercy Hospital, St. Mark Child and Family Development Center, as well as at Village Shalom.  We enjoy collaborating with art organizations throughout the Kansas City community and beyond.

Please tour our website and come visit us in the Gallery and consider joining our efforts as a Friend of the Epsten Gallery.


Ginny Epsten
Board President