Saturday, July 21, 2018
Hone your art detective skills and discover something new about contemporary art at Kemper Museum!
Pick up a self-guided activity at the Visitor Services Desk and follow the clues to take an “ART-astic” adventure. Finish the hunt and pick up a take-home, art-making activity kit. Scavenger Saturday activities change monthly and are inspired by artwork in the Museum’s current exhibitions. We'll see you there!
Teen Studio Saturday
Grab your friends and join us at Kemper Museum for Teen Studio Saturday! All teens ages 13-18 are invited for a FREE drop-in art-making session on the third Saturday of each month from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Explore modern and contemporary artwork, meet other talented teens, and experiment with different materials and a wide range of art forms such as visual art, slam poetry, fashion, and creative writing.
JULY 21: Abstraction – Teens will create a 2D abstract piece of art inspired by the abstract artwork currently on display at Kemper Museum
Projects and themes are created by the Kemper Teen Arts Council and change each month. All materials are provided and all teens are welcome!
Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Camp Kemper: Biomorphic Art (Ages 8-12)
Kemper Museum hosts fun three-day art camps with activities inspired by artwork in the Museum. Campers will let their imaginations take over as they discover new and inventive ways of creating contemporary art!
Theme: Biomorphic Art
Explore how artists and architects use nature as inspiration for their artwork! In anticipation of the biomorphic art installation by Paul Henry Ramirez in Kemper Museum’s atrium—and architecture both in Kansas City and around the world—campers will create artwork inspired by organic shapes and forms.
This session is currently at capacity, however registration on our waitlist is still available at Eventbrite:
Please Note: Due to the popularity and high demand for Camp Kemper, and to be able to impact as many families as possible, registration will be limited to one Camp Kemper Summer 2018 session (only) per child.
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Join us for coffee and a tour of the exhibition Worlds Otherwise Hidden. Erin Dziedzic, Kemper Museum director of curatorial affairs, explores how planning for this exhibition came together and the importance of public programs in conjunction with Worlds Otherwise Hidden.
RSVP on Eventbrite: