Event Calendar

Education is at the heart of Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Throughout the year, Kemper Museum offers more than 60 educational programs free to the public.

The Museum hosts artist talks, performances, lectures, concerts, workshops for aspiring artists of all ages, and other creative programs designed to both entertain and challenge.

Programming is generously supported by the Jack and Karen Holland Visiting Artist Program​.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

TOTs on Tuesday

At Home | Zoom
10:30–11:30 a.m. (virtual)
FREE | Ages 3–5 | Registration required

TOTs on Tuesday is now virtual! Sing songs, read books, explore art, and make your own art with a Kemper Museum educator and a Kansas City librarian. Register by April 13 to receive by mail all the art materials necessary for this FREE event, along with the Zoom link to participate! (We'll follow up by email to confirm your address; please note: at this time, we can only mail packages to addresses in the United States.

This program has reached capacity.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

IG Live Talk and Create: Dyani White Hawk

At Home | Instagram
12–1 p.m.
FREE | All Ages | Registration required

Assistant curator Jade Powers leads a tour of the Dyani White Hawk: Speaking to Relatives exhibition followed by an art-making demonstration related to the exhibition by Jessica Thompson-Lee, Creative Engagement Manager. Follow @kempermuseum for further Instagram updates and prompts to join  this program online.

Image credit: Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota, born 1976), Untitled (blue and gold), 2016, acrylic, oil, vintage beads, thread on canvas,20 x 20 inches. Collection of Cameron Gainer and Olga Viso, Scottsdale, Arizona. © Dyani White Hawk, Courtesy of the artist and Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Touring Across the States: Native Artists

At Home | Zoom
6 p.m.
FREE | All Ages | Registration required

Join us for a virtual tour of Native artists in Haskell Indian Nations University’s permanent collection with artist and instructor David Titterington and Dr. Daniel Wildcat, professor of Indigenous Studies.