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Indians in the Arts
Tuesday, October 24
Mid-America All-Indian Center

American Indians have long contributed to the world of the arts. Through visual, performance, fine and folk, art is ingrained in American Indian culture, and artists continue to adapt and hone their craft today. This exhibit examines the achievements of Native people in the art world.


Contact Sarah Adams at 316-350-3342 or sadams@wichita.gov
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Elements: Earth
Tuesday, October 24
Mid-America All-Indian Center

Earth is the final installment of our Elements exhibit series, featuring the medicine wheel, or circle of life. The medicine wheel encompasses all of the earth and the life within it. We will explore our relationship to the earth and its place in the medicine wheel.


(316) 350-3342 or sadams@wichita.gov
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Food Traditions
Tuesday, October 24
Mid-America All-Indian Center

Our relationship to the earth through food culture surrounds many parts of our lives. Many American Indian traditions and rituals center around the gifts received from Mother Earth and the fruits of the land.This exhibit examines that relationship.


(316) 350-3342 or sadams@wichita.gov
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Arts Council Juried Exhibition - CityArts
Tuesday, October 24
CityArts

Arts Council Juried Exhibition, on view in the CityArts Main Gallery through Nov. 9. 334 N. Mead. Call (316) 350-3245 or visit wichitacityarts.org for more information. Gallery hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday.


Contact Sean Jones at 316-350-3245 or cityarts@wichita.gov
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UNDEREXPOSED: Contemporary Black Women Photographers
Tuesday, October 24
The Kansas African American Museum
For more than a century, there have been black women who identified themselves as photographers, and yet they have received little recognition for their work and creativity.  
 
Help us celebrate the creative force of black women photographers, past and present. TKAAM presents the work of Toni Parks-Parsons, Chandra McCormick, Pat Patterson, Shineta Horton, Labeebah Beruni and Keshia Ezerendu with a nod to those who blazed a bright path before them. 
 
Join us for this exciting exhibition of six photographers who approach their craft in very different ways.
 
Light refreshments will be served. Cotact TKAAM for more information. 

(316) 262-7651
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