Current Exhibitions

GLADYS AND KARL T.
WIEDEMANN GALLERY

Oil Painting
National Exhibition

January 29 – March 27

Juror: Elizabeth Robbins

Click to download the exhibition catalog

Presented by

Additional Underwriters
City of Wichita | Ray & Dara Geoffroy | Hal & Mindy McCoy

The Mark Arts galleries are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free, but appointments are required due to COVID-19. Call 316-634-ARTS to make a reservation.

The Mark Arts galleries are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free.

THE GLADY’S AND KARL T. WIEDEMANN GALLERY

The Space Between
April 9 – May 22

Curated by Armando Minjarez, The Space Between presents recent works from eleven established heartland artists: Maria Alarcon Aldrete Wolf, Ari Brielle, Justin Tyler Bryant, Crystal Z. Campbell, Cheyla Clawson Chandler, Brandon De Sha, Kamela Eaton, Israel Alejandro Garcia Garcia, Matthew Willie Garcia, Kathy Liao and Rodolfo Marron III. Memory and perception are dissected in The Space Between through works revealing personal identity, narrative, and history.

SCHOOL OF CREATIVITY GALLERY

Study Collection: Portraiture

This exhibition features more than 40 unique portraiture works that reveal life from the Mark Arts Study Collection. It will remain on display through June 12.

GREAT HALL GALLERY

Print Selections from the Mark Arts Study Collection

Enjoy this anthology of prints featuring works by Ralph Fabri, David Young Cameron, Sidney MacKenzie Litten, Tom Dickerson, Ted Hawkins, Mary Williams Ward, George Elbert Burr, Charles M. Capps, Henry C. Balink, Lloyd C. Foltz and Leo Courtney.

 

YOUTH GALLERY

Walk A Mile
May 7 – 28

Mark Arts is proud to present Walk A Mile, an exhibition in partnership with EmberHope Youthville. Expressive artist Micala Gingrich Gaylord has worked directly with kids in foster care to explore their deep emotions in shoe sculptures. Each artist designs a shoe that tells their personal story, selecting materials that reflect their newly identified feelings. Each work of art, a shoe, is emotional, powerful, and moving, and each one expresses the personal and collective truths these children have endured. The shoes are graphic visuals and their stories difficult to read. Each shoe is accompanied by a storyboard written by each artist. Visitors may choose to leave a message of hope for each artist.