By combining techniques of abstract expressionism with Indigenous art forms, Dyani White Hawk’s work inspires viewers to expand notions of history, identity, and cultural value.
The Missouri Humanities Council (MHC) has awarded a grant of $2,500 to Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in support of the 2021 exhibition, "Dyani White Hawk: Speaking to Relatives."
This was an exciting week at the museum. The Creative Action Initiative invited community members to create a large-scale chalk mural on the grounds. Take a look behind-the-scenes of this newest #creativeactionkc project:
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art members Sara Engber and Mark Cordes fell in love with the museum after visiting countless times for different exhibitions and programs. They fell so in love, that they decided to get married at Kemper Museum.
"Needless to say, when Kemper does fully reopen, things will be different than when it last greeted the public in March. Admission will remain free, but timed tickets and masks will be required.