Kemper Museum Sweet Summer Block Party
Join us Saturday, August 30, for the Kemper Museum Sweet Summer Block Party.
Visit the Kemper Museum’s current exhibitions, Conversations: Marking 20 Years and Kanas City artist Jarrett Mellenbruch’s Float on the grounds of the Museum, sweet and salty treats, and an outdoor screening of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
At the Kansas City Art Institute’s Stern Building, ceramics department faculty and students provide special viewings of the Ken Ferguson Teaching Collection, and student demonstrations of ceramic working methods will be ongoing from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Parking will be available one block north of the Museum at the intersection of Warwick Boulevard and E 44th Street.
7:00 – 8:30 p.m. with outdoor music provided by 90.9 The Bridge
Free lectures, films, and concerts are scheduled throughout the year. The Museum hosts cinema series and various performances of contemporary, classical, and jazz music in addition to dance and theatre programs.
Spanning classical, jazz, and contemporary music, past performances include regional groups such as Dark Matter, NewEar, Terrestrial Consort, BCR, Mariah Wind Trio, Doug Talley Quartet, Dangerous Kitchen, Hearts of Darkness, the Ragin’ Cajuns, Panapolli Trio, Fontana, the Kansas City Guitar Society, the Kansas City String Quartet, and Aeolian Effect.
Kemper Block Party: Sweet Summer
Tri-Percussion: Music Around the World
Local performance companies such as Reach, a movement collective; aha! dance theatre; the Coterie Theatre; and Ron Megee's Late Nite Theatre have performed dance and theatre acts inspired by the Museum’s exhibition programming and works in the permanent collection.
Consult the calendar for other upcoming events.