Staff Profiles: Jessica Thompson-Lee
Meet our Museum Educator of Youth & Family, Jessica Thompson-Lee!
NMWA Women to Watch Call for Entries
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Women To Watch (Metals)
Presented in cooperation with the Kansas City Chapter of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
ENTRY DEADLINE March 15, 2017
EXHIBITION June 16, 2017 – January 28, 2018, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Metals (The work of art must incorporate metal in part or in whole.)
I SUPPORT KEMPER MUSEUM: Linda Lighton, artist + philanthropist
Kemper Museum is happy to share the good news that Linda Lighton and Lynn Adkins, long-time members and friends of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, contributed a lead gift to our year-end campaign, doubling the amount they gave last year. Please join them with your own generous gift today.
Linda and Lynn know their gift goes far to cover the cost of exhibitions and programming that our audience truly appreciates free of charge. The Museum is grateful for their confidence and commitment to the Museum and the arts.
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Wins The Knot Best of Weddings 2017
Ladies and gentlemen, we did it! Kemper of Museum of Contemporary Art is proudly taking home another Best of Weddings award from the premier wedding information site, The Knot! We are so proud of our commitment to our craft and supplying our museum space and professional event planners to not only our couples but our corporate clients and clients throwing parties “just because!”
Hermon Mehari "BLEU" Sneak Preview Performance
Friday, September 16, 2016: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art is hosting Hermon Mehari "Bleu" Sneak Preview Performance.
Doors at 7:00 p.m. Show at 7:30 p.m.
Kemper Gala 2016 Promotional Video
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art would like to extend a special "thank you" to The Sandbox Agency (formerly Two West) for their gracious direction and production of this promotional video. Additional thanks is given to Make Digital Group for their consultation and content development on all aspects of Kemper Gala marketing.
The Mary Beth Smith Docent Program
Mary Beth Smith joined the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Docent program in 2006, becoming a valued long-term volunteer, and a favorite guide among Museum visitors of all ages. Her generosity of spirit and enthusiasm for modern and contemporary art and Kemper Museum led to a desire to honor her memory. As a result, the Scott and Mary Beth Smith family will graciously sponsor the Museum’s Docent Program for the next three years.