Final Friday — As the name implies, Final Friday happens the last Friday of each month.  Art galleries, museums, restaurants and retail shops around Wichita stay open late and welcome visitors. Recognizing that Downtown is the artistic and cultural center for the region, the Q-Line trolley service transports art lovers to the concentration of venues in Downtown. The ride is free and allows attendees to park once and visit several galleries. View the trolley route on the printable Downtown venues map.

Hours vary between galleries but the majority are open during the core hours of 7pm to 9pm Most galleries use Final Friday to unveil and debut new shows or as a closing reception. All venues are free and open to the public and several galleries incorporate artist demonstrations and/or live music. Not only does this event give guests the opportunity to view creative art space, it also is an excellent time to purchase one-of-a-kind artwork directly from artists.

Download Printable Map with Concentration of Downtown Venues, Q-Line Route

View Online Interactive Map of All Venues in Wichita or view the "Resources" above

What galleries participate in Final Friday?

Galleries, museums, restaurants, and retail shops from across Sedgwick County often participate in this event. A full listing may be seen under the "Resources" tab. You may also download a reference map (currently in progress) of the concentration of galleries and shops that are in Downtown with the Q-Line trolley route.

Are you an artist or gallery owner intersted in being included on the Final Friday list? Email the WDDC or call at 316-264-6005.

Can I buy art tonight?

Absolutely. Not only does this event give guests the opportunity to view creative art space, it also is an excellent time to purchase one-of-a-kind artwork directly from artists.

Plan to attend next time

Next month Final Friday will occur on October 28. Participating venues will be listed on this website no less than a week before the event.

Remaining 2016 Final Friday dates: October 28 and November 25.

How can I find out about all the Downtown activities & events?

Join our confidential email list here. Click on "Special Events News" to receive weekly Downtown Events Emails.

Sculpture Walkabout

The Sculpture Walkabout was initiated by Mayor Carl Brewer and showcases area artists. The art is chosen from a juried competition and is available for purchase. Sculptures are located in Old Town on north Mosley and Mead between Douglas and Second Street and on the Intrust Bank Arena plaza.

Final Friday 9/30
A C D E E F G H I L M N P R S T U V W Y
829 N. Market

University Congregational Church Artists

5:30-8:30pm

Featuring artwork from University Congregational Church who work in a variety of media ranging from needlecraft to sculpture to painting.

1845 Fairmount St.
Phone: (316) 978-7010

Belgium & the Netherlands

9am-7pm

Reception begins at 5:30pm in the Cadman Art Gallery, located on the Rhatigan Student Center 1st Floor.

Featuring artwork by various Wichita State University students.

Full exhibition will run through October 7.

1215 W. Franklin

Midwest Center for Photography Benefit Auction

7-9pm

Featuring photography from various national artists.

Full exhibition through August 26 through September 9.

at (316) 269-1250 for more property information.
CityArts    
334 N. Mead
Phone: (316) 512-5045 website
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-8pm, Friday 9am-5pm, Sunday 9am-4pm

"A Show of Children, an Affirmation of Childhood", "Chapter 1: A Collaborative Ceramics Exhibition", "Home Movies", and "Root Bound"

6-8pm

Featuring artwork by Dale Strattman, Kristen Phipps, Kevin Kelly, Emily Chamberlain, Garet Reynek, Joseph Rincones, Scott Steder, Tyler Stonestreet and Katie White.

Full exhibition September 30 through October 22.

1407 N. Perry
Hours: By Appointment

Art Therapy Showcase

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Katie Francis, MS and Jessie Muret, LSCSW.
Creative Bliss Therapy is an art therapy studio in Riverside. They use art therapy and the creative process to promote healing and well-being for people to find their bliss. Each month they highlight the artwork of art therapists.

Exhibition only for September 30th.

305 S. Elizabeth St.

Autumn Leaves

5:30-8pm

Featuring Jewelry Botanica by Becky Miller.
Also featuring glass works by Robin Lies.

7130 W. Maple St. Suite 280
Phone: (316) 217-3832 website

Final Friday for Foster Care

5-10pm

Featuring artwork from children in foster care around Wichita and the surrounding areas.

Full exhibition will run through October.

encompas    
801 E. Douglas, Suite 106
Phone: (316) 262-6400 website

City Sketch Exhibit

5-8pm

Featuring artwork from Wichita area designers participating in Wichita Design Week.

FNL Denim    
106 S. Emporia
Hours: Regular Business Hours: M-F 10am - 5pm

J. Andrew

5-10pm

Featuring artwork by J. Andrew Design.

412 E. Douglas
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm

West to Alaska

5:30-10pm

Featuring photography by Bob Benson.
Also featuring glass works by Robin Lies.

Full exhibition will run through October 25.

215 N. Washington

Satellite Artist Exhibition

7-10pm

Join us for the Opening Reception of work by artists Emily Brookover and the U Breast Believe podcast collective. These local artists have been working for the past few months to create pieces in response to Robyn OíNeilís February 2016 residency and her "The Great Kansas Sea" collaborative community exhibition. Robyn described "The Great Kansas Sea" as being motivated by imagined landscape of the Permian Sea which covered Kansas thousands of years ago. Her project collected drawings of water by over 500 community participants to create an immersive seascape collage exploring the psychological effects of being underwater and the meditative nature of ocean waves.

For her response work, Emily Brookover "spent a lot of time thinking about Robyn's approach and how when she thought of Kansas, she went as far back as the beginning of our state, the roots." This led Brookover along a line of thinking connecting a bygone ocean and the fossil left behind from it to ideas of family roots, personal histories, and the antique relics of personal life. She will exhibit lovingly rendered graphite drawings of homes, antique furniture and objects.

In addition to Emily's works, the U Breast Believe podcast collective will have works on view. U Breast Believe is comprised of Jessica Wasson, Hannah Scott, Alli Sutton, and Meghan Welch. In a departure from the humorous, probing, conversational audio projects they do together, each individual has chosen to respond to Robyn's residency by creating visual art. Their works will be shown together to reflect on the impact of the experience of working with Robyn.

1710 E. Douglas
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: 3pm - Midnight

Final Friday at the Gnome

6-11pm

Featuring artwork by Sarah Ehlen

Full Exhibition through October 28.

Must be 21 to Enter. Sweet Willy's BBQ will be out front from 6-8pm.

430 S. Commerce, Suite 200
Phone: (316) 512-5045 website
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: By Appointment

VIP Sale

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Brianna Vanacoro, Jeanne Ward, Stephanie Ward, Sean Christopher Ward and Lindy Wiese.

Stop by and attend the VIP Party for the second annual Collectors' Sale, in which hundreds of works by Brianna Vanacoro, Jeanne Ward, Stephanie Ward, Sean Christopher Ward and Lindy Wiese will be available for sale at greatly reduced pricing. 20% of Sean's sales will go towards purchasing new equipment or repairs for Wichita State University's ADCI Painting department.

111 E. Douglas

ICT Chalk Talks Final Friday

147 S. Hillside St

Inspired

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Casey Joy and live music by Dennis Miller.

This show is personal! Casey Joy shares "Never Alone", the painting that started it all, for the first time on public display. With live music by Dennis Miller and a drawing for the community project created earlier in September. Refreshments will also be provided.

121 N Mead Ste. 107
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-3pm

Handwoven Clothing

6:30-9:00pm

Featuring handwoven clothing by Lynne Ziegler.

MakeICT    
1500 E. Douglas

Made in MakeICT
Final Friday Art Exhibition

5:30-9pm

MakeICT's very 1st Final Friday Art Exhibition will feature member's work that has been created with equipment and tools available at MakeICT!

Everyone is welcome to come check out what members have been up to and see what is possible at MakeICT.

121 N Mead Ste. 107
Phone: (316) 262-5192 website
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: Mon - Fri: 10am - 4pm, Sat: 10am - 3pm

Mead Street Gallery

6:30-9pm

Featuring works by Margi Sweeton .

This show will hang from September 30 through October 23.

Steve's work includes paintings using primitive stencil technique, wooden fish carvings, mobiles and works of metal. The subject matter of all his pieces are whimsical, primitive, full of movement and bounding with brilliant colors.

125 Rock Island N.

The Art of Recovery

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by consumers of the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas Adult Case Management, Additions, and Children's Programs.

This exhibition is provided by the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas.

3100 McCormick

Hard Pressed and Pulled

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by various artist.

"Hard Pressed and Pulled" is a group printmaking show featuring the work of Wichita artists Doug Billings, Marc Bosworth, Gregory Folken, Brad Ruder, Travis Russel and Kathleen Shanahan. This exhibit will focus on a varied range of print mediums, including lithographs, collographs, etchings, mono prints and screen printing. The artists included in this exhibit all convey a contemporary approach to printmaking through their individual styles and techniques, yielding a creative and thoughtful dialog with the viewer.

The Steckline Gallery is located inside the De Mattias Fine Arts Center on the Newman University campus.

Full exhibition from September 30 through October 21.

151 N. Rock Island, 1D
Phone: (316) 214-7566 website

Photographer's Choice

6:30-9:30pm

Featuring photography by John D. Morrison

Full exhibition will run through November 20

3215 East Douglas Avenue
Phone: (316) 682-1481 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon - Fri 10am-5:30pm, Sat 10am-4pm

Independent Spirit: The Art of Sue Jean Covacevich

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Sue Jean Covacevich.

Sue Jean Covacevich, a student of Birger Sandzen, was a successful painter, sculptor, print maker, book maker, journalist, art educator and world traveler. The gallery is very fortunate to now be representing a portion of the family's collection of her paintings. Up to now, they were only to be found in museums and private collections. This is a rare opportunity for collectors of Kansas art to add a very special artist to their collection.

922 E. Douglas Ave.
Phone: (316) 303-1005 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Tues-Sat 10:30am-5pm

Hidden Behind the Mask

12-7:30pm

Featuring artwork by various mask artists.

Full exhibition will run through October 15.

139 N. Mead St.
Phone: (316) 295-3365 website

Space Station September Final Friday

5-8pm

Featuring artwork by Kylie Macias.

412 E Douglas
Phone: (316) 262-2435 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 11am - 3pm, except Thurs 12pm - 6pm

From the Heart

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Polly Gentry

Full exhibition through October 18.

418 S. Commerce
Phone: (316) 303-1996
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: By Appointment

"Reflections: Spirit Resonance" by Shin-Hee Chin and "Reflecting On Character" by Kailey Gibbs

6pm-10pm

Featuring fiber and mixed media art by Shin-Hee Chin and acrylic and mixed media art by Kailey Gibbs.

The LUX    
120 E. 1st St

ArtBeat - Final Friday at The LUX
Presented by Shay Chic Events

5pm-9pm

Final Friday with guest appearances by Daniel Weller, Roy Moye, Phil Sanders, and Rudy Love Jr. An art exhibition and sale before hand (contributing artists TBA) as well as swing dancing.

All proceeds will go to KSUN 95.9 radio.

150 N. Cleveland
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 11-4 & Sat 10-5

Sarah Zepick Pottery

6-9pm

Featuring pottery from Sarah Zepich.

Live Music will be provided by Anibal Rivas and Jeff Stidham.

3700 E. Douglas, Ste 59

LES COSTUMES: Bedlah

5-8pm

Featuring Bedlah belly dance costumes by Wichita locals.

The "bedlah" is the most intriguing, widely-recognized belly dance costume consisting of intricate fitted tops, gleaming decorative belts and flowy harem pants (or skirts).

141 N. Rock Island

Cowhides 4 Less

5-9pm

Featuring work from David with Cowhides 4 Less.

232 N. Market

"The I in You" Faces and Places from the Visage Art Tribe

6-9pm

Featuring artwork from Matt Miller, Shannon Trevethan, Amy Warfield, Nicole Thibodeau, and Aaron Krone.

Full exhibition will run through October 7.

416 S. Commerce Suite 102
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: Wed - Sat: 1-4pm

Building Bridges ICT

6-10pm

Building Bridges: Art Exhibition & Sale presents 70 paintings by professional displaced Middle Eastern artists, mostly Iraqi, in four Wichita-area venues. The artwork from refugee artists will be sold by silent auction with proceeds benefiting the artists. By offering Kansans a unique opportunity to appreciate and purchase works by these artists, Building Bridges hopes to challenge stereotypes about Muslim and Arab worlds, convey a human experience and balance the negative portrayal of the Middle Eastern refugees by U.S. politicians and news media.

A Community Mural Painting Event will also hosted by the WSU SHIFTSPACE Student Group and the Muslim Students' Association.

1601 E. Douglas
Phone: (316) 262-8293 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: M-F 8am - 5pm

Breaking the Cycle: Through my Lens

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by children from the Youth Horizons mentoring and residential programs.

The focus of this exhibition will be on photography and what is meaningful in the children's lives. Also included in the evening will be art pieces from mentors, as well as professional, local artists on the subject "through a child's eyes."

Contact Hayley Domitrovic at (316) 262-8293 for more property information.
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829 N. Market

University Congregational Church Artists

5:30-8:30pm

Featuring artwork from University Congregational Church who work in a variety of media ranging from needlecraft to sculpture to painting.

1845 Fairmount St.
Phone: (316) 978-7010

Belgium & the Netherlands

9am-7pm

Reception begins at 5:30pm in the Cadman Art Gallery, located on the Rhatigan Student Center 1st Floor.

Featuring artwork by various Wichita State University students.

Full exhibition will run through October 7.

1215 W. Franklin

Midwest Center for Photography Benefit Auction

7-9pm

Featuring photography from various national artists.

Full exhibition through August 26 through September 9.

at (316) 269-1250 for more property information.
CityArts    
334 N. Mead
Phone: (316) 512-5045 website
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-8pm, Friday 9am-5pm, Sunday 9am-4pm

"A Show of Children, an Affirmation of Childhood", "Chapter 1: A Collaborative Ceramics Exhibition", "Home Movies", and "Root Bound"

6-8pm

Featuring artwork by Dale Strattman, Kristen Phipps, Kevin Kelly, Emily Chamberlain, Garet Reynek, Joseph Rincones, Scott Steder, Tyler Stonestreet and Katie White.

Full exhibition September 30 through October 22.

1407 N. Perry
Hours: By Appointment

Art Therapy Showcase

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Katie Francis, MS and Jessie Muret, LSCSW.
Creative Bliss Therapy is an art therapy studio in Riverside. They use art therapy and the creative process to promote healing and well-being for people to find their bliss. Each month they highlight the artwork of art therapists.

Exhibition only for September 30th.

305 S. Elizabeth St.

Autumn Leaves

5:30-8pm

Featuring Jewelry Botanica by Becky Miller.
Also featuring glass works by Robin Lies.

7130 W. Maple St. Suite 280
Phone: (316) 217-3832 website

Final Friday for Foster Care

5-10pm

Featuring artwork from children in foster care around Wichita and the surrounding areas.

Full exhibition will run through October.

encompas    
801 E. Douglas, Suite 106
Phone: (316) 262-6400 website

City Sketch Exhibit

5-8pm

Featuring artwork from Wichita area designers participating in Wichita Design Week.

FNL Denim    
106 S. Emporia
Hours: Regular Business Hours: M-F 10am - 5pm

J. Andrew

5-10pm

Featuring artwork by J. Andrew Design.

412 E. Douglas
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm

West to Alaska

5:30-10pm

Featuring photography by Bob Benson.
Also featuring glass works by Robin Lies.

Full exhibition will run through October 25.

215 N. Washington

Satellite Artist Exhibition

7-10pm

Join us for the Opening Reception of work by artists Emily Brookover and the U Breast Believe podcast collective. These local artists have been working for the past few months to create pieces in response to Robyn OíNeilís February 2016 residency and her "The Great Kansas Sea" collaborative community exhibition. Robyn described "The Great Kansas Sea" as being motivated by imagined landscape of the Permian Sea which covered Kansas thousands of years ago. Her project collected drawings of water by over 500 community participants to create an immersive seascape collage exploring the psychological effects of being underwater and the meditative nature of ocean waves.

For her response work, Emily Brookover "spent a lot of time thinking about Robyn's approach and how when she thought of Kansas, she went as far back as the beginning of our state, the roots." This led Brookover along a line of thinking connecting a bygone ocean and the fossil left behind from it to ideas of family roots, personal histories, and the antique relics of personal life. She will exhibit lovingly rendered graphite drawings of homes, antique furniture and objects.

In addition to Emily's works, the U Breast Believe podcast collective will have works on view. U Breast Believe is comprised of Jessica Wasson, Hannah Scott, Alli Sutton, and Meghan Welch. In a departure from the humorous, probing, conversational audio projects they do together, each individual has chosen to respond to Robyn's residency by creating visual art. Their works will be shown together to reflect on the impact of the experience of working with Robyn.

1710 E. Douglas
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: 3pm - Midnight

Final Friday at the Gnome

6-11pm

Featuring artwork by Sarah Ehlen

Full Exhibition through October 28.

Must be 21 to Enter. Sweet Willy's BBQ will be out front from 6-8pm.

430 S. Commerce, Suite 200
Phone: (316) 512-5045 website
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: By Appointment

VIP Sale

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Brianna Vanacoro, Jeanne Ward, Stephanie Ward, Sean Christopher Ward and Lindy Wiese.

Stop by and attend the VIP Party for the second annual Collectors' Sale, in which hundreds of works by Brianna Vanacoro, Jeanne Ward, Stephanie Ward, Sean Christopher Ward and Lindy Wiese will be available for sale at greatly reduced pricing. 20% of Sean's sales will go towards purchasing new equipment or repairs for Wichita State University's ADCI Painting department.

111 E. Douglas

ICT Chalk Talks Final Friday

147 S. Hillside St

Inspired

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Casey Joy and live music by Dennis Miller.

This show is personal! Casey Joy shares "Never Alone", the painting that started it all, for the first time on public display. With live music by Dennis Miller and a drawing for the community project created earlier in September. Refreshments will also be provided.

121 N Mead Ste. 107
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-3pm

Handwoven Clothing

6:30-9:00pm

Featuring handwoven clothing by Lynne Ziegler.

MakeICT    
1500 E. Douglas

Made in MakeICT
Final Friday Art Exhibition

5:30-9pm

MakeICT's very 1st Final Friday Art Exhibition will feature member's work that has been created with equipment and tools available at MakeICT!

Everyone is welcome to come check out what members have been up to and see what is possible at MakeICT.

121 N Mead Ste. 107
Phone: (316) 262-5192 website
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: Mon - Fri: 10am - 4pm, Sat: 10am - 3pm

Mead Street Gallery

6:30-9pm

Featuring works by Margi Sweeton .

This show will hang from September 30 through October 23.

Steve's work includes paintings using primitive stencil technique, wooden fish carvings, mobiles and works of metal. The subject matter of all his pieces are whimsical, primitive, full of movement and bounding with brilliant colors.

125 Rock Island N.

The Art of Recovery

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by consumers of the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas Adult Case Management, Additions, and Children's Programs.

This exhibition is provided by the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas.

3100 McCormick

Hard Pressed and Pulled

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by various artist.

"Hard Pressed and Pulled" is a group printmaking show featuring the work of Wichita artists Doug Billings, Marc Bosworth, Gregory Folken, Brad Ruder, Travis Russel and Kathleen Shanahan. This exhibit will focus on a varied range of print mediums, including lithographs, collographs, etchings, mono prints and screen printing. The artists included in this exhibit all convey a contemporary approach to printmaking through their individual styles and techniques, yielding a creative and thoughtful dialog with the viewer.

The Steckline Gallery is located inside the De Mattias Fine Arts Center on the Newman University campus.

Full exhibition from September 30 through October 21.

151 N. Rock Island, 1D
Phone: (316) 214-7566 website

Photographer's Choice

6:30-9:30pm

Featuring photography by John D. Morrison

Full exhibition will run through November 20

3215 East Douglas Avenue
Phone: (316) 682-1481 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon - Fri 10am-5:30pm, Sat 10am-4pm

Independent Spirit: The Art of Sue Jean Covacevich

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Sue Jean Covacevich.

Sue Jean Covacevich, a student of Birger Sandzen, was a successful painter, sculptor, print maker, book maker, journalist, art educator and world traveler. The gallery is very fortunate to now be representing a portion of the family's collection of her paintings. Up to now, they were only to be found in museums and private collections. This is a rare opportunity for collectors of Kansas art to add a very special artist to their collection.

922 E. Douglas Ave.
Phone: (316) 303-1005 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Tues-Sat 10:30am-5pm

Hidden Behind the Mask

12-7:30pm

Featuring artwork by various mask artists.

Full exhibition will run through October 15.

139 N. Mead St.
Phone: (316) 295-3365 website

Space Station September Final Friday

5-8pm

Featuring artwork by Kylie Macias.

412 E Douglas
Phone: (316) 262-2435 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 11am - 3pm, except Thurs 12pm - 6pm

From the Heart

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Polly Gentry

Full exhibition through October 18.

418 S. Commerce
Phone: (316) 303-1996
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: By Appointment

"Reflections: Spirit Resonance" by Shin-Hee Chin and "Reflecting On Character" by Kailey Gibbs

6pm-10pm

Featuring fiber and mixed media art by Shin-Hee Chin and acrylic and mixed media art by Kailey Gibbs.

The LUX    
120 E. 1st St

ArtBeat - Final Friday at The LUX
Presented by Shay Chic Events

5pm-9pm

Final Friday with guest appearances by Daniel Weller, Roy Moye, Phil Sanders, and Rudy Love Jr. An art exhibition and sale before hand (contributing artists TBA) as well as swing dancing.

All proceeds will go to KSUN 95.9 radio.

150 N. Cleveland
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 11-4 & Sat 10-5

Sarah Zepick Pottery

6-9pm

Featuring pottery from Sarah Zepich.

Live Music will be provided by Anibal Rivas and Jeff Stidham.

3700 E. Douglas, Ste 59

LES COSTUMES: Bedlah

5-8pm

Featuring Bedlah belly dance costumes by Wichita locals.

The "bedlah" is the most intriguing, widely-recognized belly dance costume consisting of intricate fitted tops, gleaming decorative belts and flowy harem pants (or skirts).

141 N. Rock Island

Cowhides 4 Less

5-9pm

Featuring work from David with Cowhides 4 Less.

232 N. Market

"The I in You" Faces and Places from the Visage Art Tribe

6-9pm

Featuring artwork from Matt Miller, Shannon Trevethan, Amy Warfield, Nicole Thibodeau, and Aaron Krone.

Full exhibition will run through October 7.

416 S. Commerce Suite 102
Hours: Regular Business/ Venue Hours: Wed - Sat: 1-4pm

Building Bridges ICT

6-10pm

Building Bridges: Art Exhibition & Sale presents 70 paintings by professional displaced Middle Eastern artists, mostly Iraqi, in four Wichita-area venues. The artwork from refugee artists will be sold by silent auction with proceeds benefiting the artists. By offering Kansans a unique opportunity to appreciate and purchase works by these artists, Building Bridges hopes to challenge stereotypes about Muslim and Arab worlds, convey a human experience and balance the negative portrayal of the Middle Eastern refugees by U.S. politicians and news media.

A Community Mural Painting Event will also hosted by the WSU SHIFTSPACE Student Group and the Muslim Students' Association.

1601 E. Douglas
Phone: (316) 262-8293 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: M-F 8am - 5pm

Breaking the Cycle: Through my Lens

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by children from the Youth Horizons mentoring and residential programs.

The focus of this exhibition will be on photography and what is meaningful in the children's lives. Also included in the evening will be art pieces from mentors, as well as professional, local artists on the subject "through a child's eyes."

Contact Hayley Domitrovic at (316) 262-8293 for more property information.
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