Meet & Greet New York based artist, Stanley Goldberg & join a casual conversation with the artist & contributing exhibition essayists, Marcus Cain, Director of Alumni Relations and Development at KCAI, & Jan Schall, Sanders Sosland Curator of Modern Art at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Tuesday, August 22, 1 p.m. at the Epsten Gallery
Epsten Gallery 2017 Community Arts programs are supported, in part, by a grant from the Flo Harris Foundation of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City.
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It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Epsten Gallery website and invite you to explore and learn more about us.
The gallery is a community asset, located in the Village Shalom continuum care facility in Overland Park. It is from this unique venue we reach out to the community through exhibits designed especially to fit our mission: providing innovative exhibits and partnerships that inspire, engage and enlighten diverse populations of all ages, celebrating our common humanity through art.
However, it is not just about our exhibits at Epsten Gallery. Our Epsten Gallery ARTicipation program, provides an excellent outreach vehicle, not only to residents of Village Shalom and the Jewish Community, but to the community at large, especially the disadvantaged and under-served.
As we continue our commitment to enrich the lives of seniors at Village Shalom, we are committed to broadening our reach and programming beyond the four walls we occupy. Please, tour the site and consider joining our efforts as a Friend of the Epsten Gallery.
Bill Kort, President