Final Fridays Partners with KU Campus Art Walk, September 28th, 2012

25 09 2012

FINAL FRIDAY, September 28th , 2012

5 until 9 pm unless otherwise noted

Final Fridays is excited to team up with the Campus Art Walk for the second year with a record number of events all over town! The Campus Art Walk kick-off event is at 1:30 pm, with a culminating event from 4:00 until 5:00 pm at the Kansas Union, then on to Downtown for Final Friday at 5:00! Final Fridays maps, information and several gallery previews will be available at the culminating event on campus. Stop in at the ECM arts fundraiser at 5:00 on your way downtown. Mini-discussions by KU faculty and graduates will be held at Wonder Fair at 6:15 and the Lawrence Arts Center at 7:00. A flash space in the new Warehouse Arts District will feature works curated by Matthew Burke from his KU sculpture class from 5 until 9 pm. This Final Friday features almost 30 venues with visual art in the Downtown, North and East Lawrence areas, all within walking distance of each other, along with after-parties at Frank’s North Star Tavern and SeedCo Studios.

There will also be music all over Downtown on Friday with an outdoor concert at the Lawrence Arts Center featuring local favorites, The Recessionists, performances at the Phoenix Gallery, The Lawrence Art Party, SeedCo Studios, Watkins Community Museum and Five Bar and Tables.

(for more information on the Campus Art Walk:


LAWRENCE ARTS CENTER (940 New Hampshire)

Outdoor concert at the Lawrence Arts Center

The fall outdoor concert at the Lawrence Arts Center will feature the Recessionists. Show starts at 7:45pm

The Recessionists are a band from Lawrence, KS. Influenced by R&B, Motown/Stax, 60’s girl groups and other styles, they formed while standing in line at the unemployment office.

Band Interests:

bread lines, soup kitchens, panhandling, looking for jobs that don’t exist

Artists We Also Like:

Etta James, The Ronettes, Ray Charles, James Brown, The Crystals, Otis Day and the Knights, ELO, Amos Milburn, Jimmy Liggins, Erma Franklin


Ann Dean – vocals

Valerie Hill – vocals

Sadie Mae – vocals

Sue Phillips- vocals & rhythm guitar

Sean McEniry – vocals & rhythm guitar

Chad Bryan – lead guitar

Brad Nichols – bass

Dave Randall – keyboards

Ryan Johnson – drums & cymbals

Dan Pem – saxophone

Chris Leopold – trombone & trumpet

On the Turning Away

Sophie Laufer, Adriana Gramly, and Aaryn Wertz, members of the Lawrence Jazz Ensemble, will perform “On The Turning Away” in the Lawrence Arts Center lobby at 5:30, 6:00, and 6:30pm.

In the galleries:

The Orton International Cone Box Show

The international Orton Cone Box Show is a staple exhibition in the ceramic art community. Over time, this exhibit has grown into an icon in the ceramic art world, often featuring artists from around the globe. The standard Orton Cone Box was chosen as the size limitation for the pieces created for the exhibit. All entries fit into the interior space of the box. 3x3x6 inches. The Jurors for the 2012 Cone Box Show are Tom Coleman, Patti Warashina, and Inge Balch.

Cups, a national invitational

Utilitarian Potters from across the country will exhibit several cups each in the second bi-annual CUP Exhibit at the Lawrence Arts Center curated by Ben Ahlvers. This exhibit hosts numerous artists who explore a variety of forms & surfaces, creating one-of-a-kind cups

Luke Dubois

Hindsight is Always 20/20 examines the history of American political discourse through the metaphor of vision. Drawing from the annual State of the Union addresses given by Presidents to Congress, ‘Hindsight’ consists of a single Snellen-style eye chart for each president who gave State of the Union addresses. Instead of the typical characters present in an eye chart, the piece employs words drawn from their speeches, presented in order of most frequent (top line) to least frequent (bottom line) word. The result is a startlingly clear snapshot of the lexicon of each presidency, containing a mix of historically topical keywords and rhetoric unique to each president and the time period in which they served in office.

This exhibit and accompanying programming are a timely fit to this Presidential election season. In addition to “Hindsight is Always 20/20”, Luke will display a new that touches on the 2012 presidential campaign

7 pm: Art Talk and Tour of Exhibitions with Ted Johnson on Final Friday

VAN GO! MOBILE ARTS (715 New Jersey)

*showing at The Lawrence Art Party


BLUE DOT SALON (15 E. 7th St.)

New work by Alexis Junge charcoal mixed media paintings
And still featuring
John Cayton. Lawrence photography
Traci Bunkers. Multimedia art
Zaine Batson. Drawings
Landon Merrill. Modern painting


THE ELDRIDGE HOTEL (701 Massachusetts St.)


Friday, September 28th 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

As part of the community-wide monthly art walk, we host a “Meet the Artist” reception and exhibit opening each month. September will feature “Unconstrained” by the Lawrence Photo Alliance and “Cabinet of Wonders,” children’s cut paper art.

SIGNS OF LIFE (722 Massachusetts St.)

Signs of Life Gallery is located at 722 Massachusetts St. in the heart of historic Lawrence, Kansas. We feature work by dozens of artists to suit a variety of tastes. Many are local, but we also represent artists of national and even international reputation.

Our beautiful gallery overlooks picturesque downtown Lawrence and we are convinced you will find it a satisfying place to experience art and cultivate your own creativity. Come in and let us help you find artwork that is a perfect fit for your life and space.

THE LAWRENCE ART PARTY (718 New Hampshire St.)

We are having a very special Final Friday Lawrence Art Party on September 28, beginning with a reading by the great, nationally recognized poet, Donald Levering, jazz by the incomparable and incredibly skilled guitarist and composer John Lomas, and awesome art by 21 amazing painters, sculptors, mixed media artists, and photographers, plus the young people of Van Go!

6:00 – Poetry reading by Donald Levering
6:30 – The art show opens!
7:00 – 7:30 – John Lomas on Jazz guitar, for two sets
During John’s break, Donald will read more amazing poetry!

Our artists are incredible: Jullie Blichmann,Wes Casey, Joe Cheray, Dave DeHetre, Sandra Griffin, Kandice Hall, Leo Hayden, Angie Logan, Robbin Loomas, Baker Medlock, Kevin Mimms, Sean Minton, Carol Monaco, Jilli Nel, George Paley, Tony Peterson, Susan Pogany, Wyatt Rogers, Madonna Sophia, Van Go, Lesa Weller, Thomas Pecore Weso.


” A Boy and His Dog” – by John Van Sickel

5 until 8 pm

About the pieces: I’m just having fun painting one of my favorite subjects – DOGS! Some pieces are of dogs I’ve owned, others are friend’s and the rest, like the retro drugstore stool with a painted seat…are just fun pieces to enjoy!

Artist Bio: Born in Wiesbaden Germany. B.F.A. from Washburn Univ., M.F.A. from Washington Univ in St.Louis. Lives in Lawrence, Kansas


PACHAMAMAS (800 New Hampshire St.)

Cover” works by Clare Doveton

Beautiful large-scale oil paintings of clouds and skies by Clare Doveton adorn the walls throughout the entire restaurant and Star Bar on Final Friday.

View these amazing works while enjoying the new world-class Fall Menu.

*Pachamama’s Star Bar is open until 2 am on Final Friday.

ATOMIC PHOTOGRAPHY (313 E. 8th St. Studio B)

Atomic is a collaborative effort between Racheal Major, Jen Young, and Jamie Haverkamp. Specializing in graphic design, pin up portraiture, and Americana photography. The photography services include retro makeovers equipped with professional hair and make up, wardrobe and prop selection, and personalized pose guidance. Now located right in the heart of east Lawrence! Atomic shares a split studio space at 8th and New York. The space is split up into several art studios ranging from ceramics, to fine art.

Atomic Photography will be showing this month at Frank’s North Star Tavern with photos from a Foxy By Proxy shoot.

SMILING MAD DESIGNS & INKELLO LETTERPRESS (801.5, suite 3 Massachusetts St.)

WONDER FAIR (803 Massachusetts St.)

100 Ghost Stories

Portfolio Exchange | Print Exhibition | Zine Release | Haunted Installation

6:15 pm: Meredith Moore, Dustin Williams, and Gallery Artists will give a presentation on gallery works and the Haunted Installation

The tradition of “100 Ghost Stories” began in Edo Japan as a popular Autumn-time parlor amusement involving 100 lit candles, 100 storytellers, and a single extinguishing puff of breath from each when their story was told. Darkness and tension gathered gradually amongst the assembled storytellers as the night crept in and candles went out. Meanwhile, camaraderie and over-active imaginations formed an invisible ward against chillier realities—the impending winter, and growing political unrest in their nation…Sound familiar?

This Halloween-Election season, Wonder Fair has invited ten artists and ten storytellers to participate in our own version of 100 Ghost Stories—taking the form of a print portfolio exchange, an art exhibition, a haunted installation, a zine publication, an evening of ghostly story-telling, and a special evening of film screenings.

Wonder Fair’s 100 Ghost Stories begins with Kansas City artist Dustin Williams, founder, designer, and ghost investigator in the KC-based Paranormal Artist Coalition ( Williams’ colorful geometric design aesthetic is reminiscent of Roger Hargreaves’ ever-popular 1970s Mr. Men and Little Miss childrens’ book series, though Williams’ work features cleaner, more sinuous lines and wittier, more adult banter. Williams’ witty wordplay will be everywhere present in 100 Ghost Stories, from his haunted video store installation—where guests can ask for a special “dismembership card,”—to our gallery of original screenprinted masks, and the pages of our ghost-themed zine. A long-time Wonder Fair collaborator, 100 Ghost Stories will mark Williams’ first large-scale exhibition in Lawrence.

Nine additional mask artists hail from the overlapping realms of illustration, printmaking, and graphic design, and include local artists Christa Dalien, Rudy Marron, Jeff McKee, Alex Schubert, and Teal Wilson as well as nationally-known illustrators Theo Ellsworth, Lizz Hickey, John Malta, and Jennifer Parks (none of whom have previously been shown in Lawrence). Each mask artist was invited by Wonder Fair curator Meredith Moore to create an edition of ten masks, suitable for framing or for wearing; the resulting edition of 100 masks creating our printed version of 100 Ghost Stories. “But ours are not the latex-molded, Hollywood-sponsored Halloween masks that they’ll be slinging at the ‘Spirit Bootique’ this season,” Moore explains. “Rather, I hoped to bring back some of the playfulness of kitschy, super-saturated pop-toned paper masks made in the 1950s and 60s, and I wanted to tap into the narrative depth of Japanese ukiyoe woodcuts made to illustrate the popular 100 Ghost Stories.”

Fleshing out and giving depth to the two-dimensional mask edition are ten short ghost stories, written by ten authors selected by locals Kate Lorenz and Justin Runge. Their stories will appear in the 100 Ghost Stories zine, and will take center stage at a special evening of Ghost Story readings on Thursday evening, October 4th, from 8:00-10:00pm. Echoing the traditional Japanese 100 Ghost Stories format, listeners will gather close to hear authors read their stories by candlelight. Authors include local and national talents Crystal Boson, Mick Cottin, Phillip Garland, BJ Hollars, Megan Kaminski, Kate Lorenz, Iris Moulton, Daniel Rolf, and Justin Runge.

And for the final chapter of 100 Ghost Stories, October 18th Wonder Fair will co-host a special evening of Comedic-Horror film screenings, presented in cooperation with Liberty Hall. Springfield, Missouri Filmmaker Brook Linder will join members of his cast and crew to present the first Kansas screening of Ghoul School (, a 25-minute short film following two best friends who break into their high school to steal an exam, and find instead the wrathful spirit of an ex-principal. “It’s The Breakfast Club meets Poltergeist,” followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers. Linder will then introduce his pick for the horror film double-header, ‘The Burbs, a cult classic ‘80s film starring Tom Hanks, Carrie Fisher, and Corey Feldman.

With enough artists, events, installations, publications, and programming to make your head spin (all the way around,) 100 Ghost Stories represents an unprecedented level of curatorial complexity, and showcases the Wonder Fair’s dedication to bringing innovation, creativity, and most of all, levity to the Lawrence arts scene. It’s only at Wonder Fair, September 28th to October 21st: Be there, be scared!

FOXTROT (823 Massachusetts St.)

LOVE GARDEN SOUNDS (822 Massachusetts St.)

DOWNTOWN UPSTAIRS (824 1/2 Massachusetts St.)

PHOENIX GALLERY (825 Massachusetts St.)

For Final Friday this month, September 28th, 5-9 p.m., Phil Stivers will be coming all the way from San Diego, California. Don’t miss the chance to meet this incredible wood artist and talk to him about his work. Michael Stephenson of Lawrence will be providing jazz guitar music, and we will have food and drink for you to enjoy.

Phil Stivers creates his art in northern San Diego County, California. He has worked with wood for over 20 years and is a graduate of the woodworking prgram at Palomar College in San Marcos, CA. Phil’s degrees in woodworking include both cabinet and furniture making. His career with wood began with a custom woodworking and cabinetmaking business in 1994. After a brief pause in shop time in 2008, Phil began turning “in earnest” following a new passion in wood. His work has progressed to amazing and continues to wow viewers and patrons alike.

LOST ART SPACE (825 Massachusetts St.)


This month’s final friday show at Lost Art Space continues the theme of the salon

style exhibition of small and mid-sized works by members of the Fresh Produce Art

Collective as well as several guest artists also working in the SeedCo Studios. The

show seeks to explain by the act of undoing the ways that ideas and energy

circulate, not just like the leaves falling off of the tree, but like the tree falling in the

woods. In addition to the current exhibit, new works, deliberately undone, or half-finished will be interspersed, allowing the audience to have a window into the

processes of the works, as well as possibly enter into the dialogue. The finished

works will be shown as part of October’s Final Friday show, which will celebrate the

one year anniversary of Fresh Produce downtown as the Lost Art Space(!!?!).

Check out for more information about upcoming exhibits, and for information about events and open studios.

The Lost Art Space is open daily from 2-8pm Mon-Thurs, 12-8pm Fri, Sat , and

Sunday 2-6pm at 825 Massachusetts, in the basement of the Phoenix Gallery.

Presented by Fresh Produce Art Collective, The Phoenix Gallery, and SeedCo.



“Here we were, Here we are”

Incredible Astounding Art Works

The Bourgeois Pig

September 28th, 2012

5-9 pm

“Here we were, Here we are”, is a collection of artists that have been active in the Lawrence art community for longer than it takes to pay a downtown parking ticket.

With each trip, each move, and each new travel experience, this collection of artists bring their influences from the road back to the town of Lawrence. As the plane returns or a car door shuts, each person brings along with them a trinket of what they picked up along their travels and give back to the community a kind of currency that is not monetary. “Here we were, Here we are” will put the viewer face to face with a group of artists that keep you light on your feet and put a twinkle in your soul.

Artists include: Andrew Burkitt, Christa Dalien, Leslie Kay, Alicia Kelly, Michael Krueger, Kenneth Kupfer, Whitney Mahoney, Scott McPherson, Molly Murphy, Clint Ricketts

DO’S DELUXE (416 E. 9th St.)

Sharon Mayer: watercolors
Final Friday reception: 6-8:00 pm on Friday the 28th

LAWRENCE PERCOLATOR (in the alley behind Lawrence Arts Center on 9th St.)

*look for the green awnings

Join us this Final Fridays for the Read Across Lawrence closing party featuring an interactive installation inspired by this year’s book pick- Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell! The Percolator is happy to team up with Lawrence Public Library and KU Libraries to kick off Read Across Lawrence (for more events go to: and would like to thank Arborscapes for supplying branches for the installation. See you there to celebrate this gritty tale!

FIVE BAR / INGREDIENT (947 Massachusetts St.)

Join us at the brand new Five Bar (just to the north of Ingredient) on Final Friday for a live jazz combo with Lawrence-based trumpeter, Tommy Johnson from 7 until 10 pm.

Art Opening and Reception for the work of the late Nick Vaccaro in the 5 Bar.

THE GRANADA (1020 Massachusetts St.)

AIMEE’S CAFE’ & COFFEE SHOP (1025 Massachusetts St.)

WATKINS COMMUNITY MUSEUM (1047 Massachusetts St.)

La Calavera Catrina: Women’s Imagery and Day of the Dead.

The museum will be open for Final Friday visitors from 6-8 PM.

The exhibit features folk art associated with celebrations for the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, on loan from the Spencer Museum of Art. Families are invited to view the exhibit and take home instructions on how to create a contribution to the display. Local musician Russ Kapp will perform live music throughout the evening. The event is free and open to the public.

For more information on the event and exhibition, contact the Watkins Museum at 785-841-4109.

1109 GALLERY (1109 Massachusetts St.)

1109 Gallery is proud to present “Color Collision” featuring artists Sherrie Taylor and Pay Young in the large gallery. In addition, we have over 20 area artists in the small and main galleries. Sherrie’ paintings can only be described as colorful, imaginative and mystical. Sherrie lives a holistic lifestyle and incorporates that style into her work, whether through her art or through a healing session of Reiki. She practices daily meditations, proper nutrition, psychic development, and exercise in order to balance the mind, body, and spirit. Pat Young has been examining the boundaries of clay medium for years. Her work ranges from the practical to the amazing. For this show she will have all new pieces to share with patrons. Join us for Final Friday, August 31st, from 5-9pm for our opening reception.

While you are at 1109 Massachusetts, check out the mural in our alley created by summer of service students from area high school as well as Nick Schmiedler’s tractor seat bench.

FATSO’S (1016 Massachusetts St.)

New Beginnings by Marie McKenzie

An art show featuring the unveiling of the new Fatso’s sign created as a tribute to the legacy of

Gavin Smith Fatso’s Public House and Stage opens its doors to the Final Friday art community, with an exhibition of artwork by Marie McKenzie.

New Beginnings calls attention to the diverse and beautiful ramifications of the aging process.

McKenzie explores the cycles of life, creating an awareness to how things are created, grow and

blossom to become a part of our immediate surroundings and then finally wither and disappear

completely. The ancient artifacts and depletion of our resources are the very remnants of our

human existence. McKenzie explores these discarded objects around us with a vision of innovation as examined in her process and in her depiction of post-revolutionary means of production. Through repurposing found wood by sanding down and then polishing the surface with multiple layers of paint, destroying and rebuilding, McKenzie mimics the energy of life and the expression that results.

New Beginnings opens on September 28th, the two year anniversary of the late Gavin Smith’s passing, who was the former owner of Fatso’s bar. His wife, Melissa Smith who owns and operates the bar, commissioned McKenzie to create a wooden business sign that will be displayed above the front door. McKenzie, a long-time employee of Fatso’s developed the sign’s design with Smith in mind to commemorate his life and incredible support for local artists and musicians. During Smith’s final weeks, he wished to become a part of Final Fridays and showcase local art talent at Fatso’s. McKenzie recalls, “ I will never forget his phone call to ensure that a show of my work would go into place, his support resonates with me and I am very excited to put together a beautiful wooden business sign that commemorates Gavin and his legacy, and to decorate the walls of Fatso’s with artwork.”

A graduate of the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, McKenzie creates illusive paintings of rust and corrosion on high relief wood sculptures. As a local artist, McKenzie has participated in several group exhibitions in Lawrence, including shows at Hobbs Lawrence Art party, Marisco’s, the Kansas Union, and the Lawrence Arts Center. McKenzie has also exhibited solely at Barbershop Gallery during First Fridays in Kansas City, Missouri.


This September’s Final Friday we will be hosting the opening reception of “Everything But” featuring works produced by our talented Henry’s baristas.

Andy Burkitt

Katy Clagett

Dennis Cook

Brett Crawford

Alycia Futrelle

Alicia Kelly

Patrick McCormick

Solace Naeymi

Erum Shah

We will also be toasting to Henry’s 14th year of being a Lawrence staple. So come on out grab a drink, eat and hangout with some of your favorite people around town and support the guys and gals who give you your daily caffeine fix.

****A handful of Baristas like Dennis Cook will be donating all or part of their profits to Kaw Valley Children’s Health Systems in honor and memory of the original Henry’s regular Toby Burgess, you are truly missed.****

CAPITAL CITY BANK (740 New Hampshire St.)

International ConeBox Show

The International ConeBox reaches every part of the world. The pieces for the 2012 show came from 8 countries, 38 USA states and 3 Canadian provinces. The show is recognized and respected throughout the world as an exhibition for artists to present their ceramic art and complete for the honor of being of having their art selected for the show. This show is a cross section of excellence quality works in all aspects of ceramic expression from pieces that are small. The ceramic works of art must fit into an Orton Standard Cone Box, approximately 3” x 3” x 6”.

The high quality of the show is maintained by artists submitting exception art pieces and by inviting national and international jurors, who are recognized in the field of ceramics, to jury the show. Jurors for the 2012 ConeBox Show were Tom Coleman, Patti Warashina and Inge Balch. Past jurors have represented USA, Australia, England, Japan, Cuba and Denmark.

The pieces selected for the 2012 show were chosen for creativity, imagination, craftsmanship and aesthetic excellence in combination with the artist’s knowledge of the clay medium.

During the 10 bi-annual shows from 1994 to 2012 artist from 36 countries, all fifty USA states, Puerto Rico, Washington DC, eight Canadian provinces and US Army personnel stationed in Germany have been part of the exhibitions. The artists have made 3,889 entries resulting in 6,259 pieces of ceramic art being submitted.

ECM Building (1204 Oread Avenue, on the KU Campus)

Arts Fundraiser

5pm to 8pm

Featuring music by Sharp 9

Paintings, pottery, jewelry, posters and other crafts and arts will be on display.

Come enjoy great music and support the ECM and local artists.

Refreshments will be available

Proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward ECM’s 8 Campaign to support Fall Programming. For more information on the campaign visit

KANSAS UNION GALLERY (In the Kansas Union on the KU Campus)

2 until 6 pm

OVERFLOW by Darin White
The second Campus Art Walk is in collaboration with Final Fridays, which is held in downtown Lawrence each month. This event encompasses different buildings on campus with art collections and displays such as Watson Library, the Art and Design Building and Stuaffer-Flint Hall. The Kansas Union Gallery is the final stop before visitors go downtown to enjoy Final Fridays. This event will start at 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Kansas Union on the fourth floor. Our Darin M. White galley reception will also be held

during this time, showcasing his “Overflow” installation exhibit. Also, the Campus Art Walk will include a performance by the KU African Drum Ensemble, an opportunity to take a commemorative picture at the photo booth and a ceremonial “yarn wrapping” of the Jayhawk.

Information about Darin M. White “Overflow” Gallery

Darin M. White is an artist, independent curator and art consultant based in Lawrence, KS. White has a BFA in sculpture from the University of Kansas. With his wife Shannon, a painter and arts advocate, he founded b.a.l.m. (beauty, art and life movement) in 2007. Together they promote creativity and action, encouraging others in their art and understanding. In 2010, he helped launch the Final Fridays events in Lawrence, and is currently a commissioner for the Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission.

White equates his artwork to digging in the field, looking for treasures and mysteries to reveal. This current work is related to visions and dreams, which he hopes will raise questions for the viewer about the life they are living. These concepts can be seen in Bear Heart, in which he states; “A naturally peaceful bear protrudes from the wall with arms extended in a kind gesture, paws touching. The negative shape of the arms creates a simple but powerful message, and encourages the viewer to wrestle with larger issues of life.”


313 STUDIOS (313 E. 8th)

Grand Opening Party!

This Final Friday, outdoor silent movies will light up the night and
the courtyard of 313 Studios. Located at the corner of 8th and New
York, 313 is the latest addition to the artistic community in East
Lawrence. The studios were designed to provide artists with
affordable rental spaces in which to create, exhibit, and sell their
work. Stop by to celebrate the completion of the studios and learn
more about the artists and their work.


Jessica Wohl “Dark Inside”

opens Final Friday, September 28th and runs through October 22nd

From the artist:

Wohl combines obsessive mark-making with images of contemporary American life to convey a sense of underlying discomfort. In her series of sewn drawings, the artist embroiders the surface of found portrait photographs. Repeating stitches of thread conceal each subject’s face, creating a barrier -both physical and psychological- between sitter and viewer.

“The handmade mark is is evidence of our human condition -that is, we are not as perfect as we may seem,” Wohl says. “Whether drawing or sewing, I mark by hand to embrace the imperfections of a society that relentlessly pursues composure.”

Wohl will also exhibit a selection of works on found magazine pages. In regards to these drawn interventions, Wohl states, “their linear marks represent what we keep hidden; our desires, secrets, unknown actions and disturbing thoughts.” Through these ink drawings, the artist explores the underbelly of alluring images that we as consumers aspire to resemble.

FLASH SPACE (830 Pennsylvania St.)

KU Sculpture Students of Matthew Burke

A one-night-only exhibit of sculptural works from the students of Matthew Burke can be viewed from 5 until 9 pm in the Flash Space next to SeedCo Studios.

SeedCo STUDIOS (826 Pennsylvania St.)

After Ours Music Showcase begins at 8 pm:

Monzie Leo
Bear Snail (Denver)
Karma Vision

Art Installations: UNDONE

“At the heart of the young Warehouse Arts District, the artists of SEEDCO Studios are in a hotbed of demolition and construction.  Old walls are being torn down -and made into new artworks.  See the creative process at work in freshly created studios and artwork developing within.  Other works have been finished, then ‘undone’ in an attempt to take them in a more exciting direction.  UNDONE offers the chance to connect with the SEEDCO artists as they follow their inspirations down roads which they’re building out of walls which they’re unbuilding.”




Obscura Femina: A photographic tale of the beautifully insane

To tell this melancholy tale of how the desire for beauty can drive one mad, and can cause her to commit acts of pure evil to achieve it, we used imagery derived from early 20th century mysticism, the seance for entertainment, and the macabre purity of simulating wet plate photography. The images send a shiver down your spine and tingle your sixth sense.

Obscura (Latin): Dark; Femina (Latin): Women

Featuring the lovely ladies of The Foxy by Proxy Revue.
Special thanks to Kate Von Achen.

No Cover Charge



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