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1. Alpha Gallery

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2014 Main | facebook.com/AlphaGallery2014 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6

1737 Walnut | deadleafdesigns.com

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1819 Wyandotte (inside Crossroads Dentistry) 816-841-0206 | facebook.com/apexartspace 5-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Textured: Please Touch the Paintings by Anastacia Drake, who creates acrylic work influenced by an art-therapy experience with a blind person that’s designed to be touched.

111 W. 20th St. | 816-283-3333 5-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: KC Pet Project’s “Pets for KC” raises funds and awareness with works by KC Pet Project volunteer photographers Chad Ackerman, Aimee Parsons and Tim Yeaglin; dog specialties by GoodDog2Go mobile truck; Collar for Collar pop-up retail shop; and puppies to pet by KC Pet Project.

3. Beco Gallery

12. The Dot Gallery

1922 Baltimore | 816-472-4242 | c.wassonstudio@gmail.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Mirari, fantastical architecture made of layers of drawings, prints and kiln-formed glass by Katie Weatherly.

1517 Oak | 816-283-1213 | thedotgallery@aol.com

4. Beggar’s Table Church & Gallery

14. 8183 Studio

2009 Baltimore | 816-739-1375 | beggarstablechurch.org 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Abstract paintings by Gabriela Perez, a medical student whose artwork reflects her contemplations of science and medicine and embody the lack of absoluteness of both worlds.

13. #8 Gallery 1600 Locust | 816-916-8121 | kevinmcgrawart.com

1735 Oak | 816-442-7389 | 8183studio.com 5-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: 8183 Pop-up, an outdoor showcase of selected local vendors, including BiKlops Design, the Curious Nickel, Lily Dawson Designs, Hello Cheeseburger, Ocean & Sea, Tamsyn, Swash Soap Co., and Wood + Salt.

15. La Esquina 5.Belger Arts Center 2100 Walnut | 816-474-3250 | belgerartscenter.org 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: William Christenberry, a selection of works in various mediums, from his earliest drawings to his most recent two- and three-dimensional works.

6. Blue Gallery 118 Southwest Blvd. | 816-527-0823 bluegalleryonline.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., May 2 — opening reception Showing: Native Mumbling, new paintings by Hyunmee Lee, and Drawings by Ruth Shively.

7. The Brick 1727 McGee | 816-421-1634 | thebrickkcmo.com 5 p.m.-midnight Fri., June 6

8.Center for Architecture and Design 1801 McGee

9. City Ice Arts 2015 Campbell | 816-820-4105 | cityicearts.com Noon-5 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Drawing on Form, a solo exhibition of drawings on moto (sanded-smooth surface) by Jeran Avery, whose work reflects a belief that nothing is more pure than a marked line, and who shows all to the viewer, including covered and removed marks.

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1000 W. 25th St. | 816-994-7734 | charlottestreet.org Noon-5 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: The Stench of Rotting Flowers, curated by Danny Orendorff, addresses sorrow, grief and heartbreak with works by Elijah Burgher, Adrain Chesser, Hope Esser, Edie Fake, Rain Harris, Jesse Harrod, Peregrine Honig, Marie Bannerot McInerney, Jenny Kendler, Daviel Shy, Jeff Tackett, Ashley Thomas and Michael Velliquette.

16. Front/Space Studio 217 W. 18th St. | 816-200-0472 | frontspace.info 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: You Can’t Hurry Love, presented by Sean Starowitz, and Lots of Love, part of the Civilian Exhibition Series and prelude to the release of The Civilian. Includes design, sculpture and photography by Matthew Hayden, Nate Kautzer, Andrew Lyles, Taylor Pruitt, Jessica N. Rogers and Starowitz.

17. Fountain City Tattoo 408 E. 19th St. | bandwagonmerch.com 6 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Artwork by Fountain City Tattoo, with music by Bent Left, Sour Boy Bitter Girl and Misguided Men.

18. The Gallery at Christ Community Church 1708 Baltimore | 913-402-2762 | ccefc.org 5:30-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Patient Pursuit, paintings by Barbara Kenyon, who travels in and lives in a 1980 Chevy cargo van, touring national parks and other roadside locations where she draws.


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20. Grand Arts Gallery 1819 Grand | 816-421-6887 | grandarts.com Showing: Stanya Kahn: Don’t Go Back to Sleep.

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19. Garcia Squared Contemporary 115 W. 18th St., Studio 209 | 816-916-4266 | garciasquared.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Juan Chawuk: Un Ser Universal Maya, 12 large-scale paintings that represent social, religious and political conflicts and that generate conflict for the viewer by capturing phobias, trauma and pain.

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1820 McGee | 816-561-2956 | hilliardgallery.com 6-10 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: X-Toys, toys from another world by Guinotte Wise, who takes available and found objects, largely metal and of a militant milieu, and transforms them into playthings that spark the imagination and ask us to remember that “the mind of a kid is more powerful than jet fuel.”


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2012 Baltimore | 816-474-1919 | leedy-voulkos.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Dialoghi dell’Arte 2014-15, international tour (U.S., China,Italy), featuring Martha Armstrong, Pamela Bowers, Cynthia Bridgman, Caren Canier, Tina Engels, Alan Feltus, Jessie Fisher, Dan Gustin, Lani Irwin, Geoffrey Miller, Barry Nemett, Laini Nemett, Richard Piccolo, Langdon Quin, Scott Seebart and David Voros, who fuse American post-abstract figuration with responses to Italian paesaggio and other classic styles; Skin and Bones by Marcy Lally and Apryl McAnerney, about the spirit and soul and the mysteries of death; Dominator, new work in the main gallery by Skyler Bieberly, large works exploring “nasty tendencies” in the human condition that survived earlier times; Syncretized Patterns by Travis Porter; a collection of linocuts and screen prints blending influences of Native American weaving, jazz music and contemporary printmaking.

30. Locust Factory KC 504 E. 18th St. | 816-716-5940 | facebook.com/locustfactorykc 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Digital photography by Kristy McKnight, paintings by Abby Howe and Ruthie Becker, and mixed-media works by Gina McLain.

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31. Main Street Gallery 1610 Main (above Anton’s Taproom) | 816-716-5940 6-9 p.m., Fri., June 6 — opening reception with the artist Showing: Subject to Change Without Notice , new works on paper by M. Scott Torri, in a style he describes as “surregionalism,” a mixture of surreal and regional elements from urban, suburban and rural sources depicting America’s underbelly.

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210 E. 16th St. | 816-421-4833 mercyseattattoo.com Showing: Works by Bryce Gamble; music by Coward, Is Paris Burning and Kneel, 8 p.m.

33. Mid-America Arts Alliance

Showing: The Center Is a Moving Target, a collection of works speaking to meaningful shifts in “regionalism,” by Ricky Allman, Corey Antis, Miki Baird, Robert Josiah Bingaman, Cary Esser, Rashawn Griffin, Diana Heise, Linda Lighton and Mark Southerland, Garry Noland, Ahram Park and Paul Anthony Smith.

22. Honeytree Gallery 504 E. 18th St., Unit 102 | honeytreegallery.com 6-10 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: First Friday Art Market

23. Jones Gallery 1717 Walnut | 816-421-2111 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Sights to Salue the Eyes, a group exhibition curated by David Jones.

26. Kultured Chameleon KC Street Art Gallery

1520 Cherry | 816-421-7643, Ext. 36 | pmasao@kcrm.org

25. Kemper at the Crossroads 33 W. 19th St. | 816-753-5784 | kemperart.org Noon-10 p.m. Fri., June 6

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1739 Oak | 816-974-8278 | kcstreetartgallery.com 6-11 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Tattoo Flash Art Show, by Stormy Jackson and Brian Holton; music by Shameless Mgmt.

125 Southwest Blvd. | 816-221-5115 (Charlotte Street Foundation) | charlottestreet.org | artarch.org Showing: Artboards, with west-facing “Angelmaids of MerCounty” by Megan Mantia and Leone Reeves and east-facing “Analog Tendril” by Peregrine Honig.

27. Kevin Sink Photography

35. Mod Gallery

1817 Grand | 816-472-0711 | kevinsink.com

1809 McGee | 816-421-2666 | boommod.com 5-10 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: A collection of new works by JT Daniels, Chris Frye and Jon Munden detailing their individual perceptions of contemporary urban culture; “Art in the Street” artist Adrienne Reisman; artwork by Richard Day at the Mod Backdoor Gallery & Studio, with Mod Alley music by VJ Surya; culinary artwork of chefs Mickey Priolo and Rick Mullins in the Mod Kitchen, and live music by Patrick Woolam.

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2018 Baltimore | 816-421-1388 | maaa.org 6-8 p.m. Fri., June 6 — exhibition opening Showing: Citizen-Soldier-Artist , an exhibition that explores how veterans use the arts to process and heal from the physical and psychological wounds of war, with works of photography, painting, video, audio and poetry by 18 artists; Live in the Crossroads, featuring Jay Clementi, Radney Foster and Darden Smith, who perform songs co-written with veterans.

1600 Cherry | 816-474-1300 | lateshowgallery.com 6-10 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Songs of Our Ancestors, by Chris Miroyan and Corey McGhee, who both use appropriated materials to create a common thread of memories and explore how humans are linked through universal experience.

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e. KC Acura SPeCiAL exHiBiTionS F. Bandwagon Merchandise Presents: no BUMMeR SUMMeR! 408 East 19th Street | bandwagonmerch.com Looking for another stop on your June First Friday tour? Come check out art from Fountain City Tattoo and stick around for live music from Bent Left, Sour Boy Bitter Girl, and Misguided Men. As always we will have one-of-a-kind KC shirt for $10 being printed live.

G. Crossroads Summer Block Party

19th Street and Wyandotte 6 p.m.-midnight Friday, June 6 Live music by the Jorge Arana Trio, Rev Gusto, Mat Shoare, La Guerre, Loose Park, the ACBs, Metatone and Forrester, and food trucks (sponsored by Golden Sound Records and The Pitch).

H. The Mercy Seat Gallery 210 E. 16th St. | 816-421-4833 | mercyseattattoo.com Artwork by Bryce Gamble and live music by Coward, Is Paris Burning and Kneel, 8 p.m.

i. Dog Pawz 1821 Central 6-12 p.m. Friday, June 6 Participating in Crossroads Summer Block Party with Mildred’s and Missouri Bank.

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504 E. 18th St. | 913-731-6402 | plenumspace.weebly.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: If This Is the End, new work by Sedona Alvarez.

3951 Broadway | 816-416-6538

39. Red Star Studios

2. The Box Gallery

2100 Walnut | 816-474-7316 | redstarstudios.org 7-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Ceramic works by Red Star Studio members.

Commerce Bank Building 1000 Walnut, Suite 211 | theboxgallery.org 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Art in the Loop: Celebrating 10 Years of Revitalizing Downtown Kansas City With Public Art, includes artists’ sketches, photographs and site plans, along with a video that recaps how small nonprofits can have a big impact, plus a new map of Kansas City’s rich collection of public art.

4. h&R Block Artspace at KCAi 16 E. 43rd St. | 816-802-3571 | kcai.edu/artspace 6-8 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: 2014 Kansas City Flatfile, a biennial exhibition featuring two-dimensional works by KC visual artists; music by NewEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, with Mark Southerland.

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8. Parkville Frame Gallery 6325 Lewis, Suite 115, Parkville | 816-326-7949 parkvilleframegallery.com Showing: Works by members of the Missouri Vallery Impressionist Society.

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9. Red Star Studios at Belger Crane Yard Studios 2011 Tracy | 816-474-7316 | redstarstudios.org 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: John Balistreri: By and Large, totemic and monumental new ceramic sculptures created over two and a half years at the Omaha studios of Jun Kaneko, as well as associated paintings and drawings; Taming Nature, a group exhibition of 20 national artists, asked by ceramic artist Paul Donnelly to make objects used for or inspired by flower arrangement.

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919 W. 17th St. | 816-221-2349 | mattierhodes.org 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception and fiesta Showing: The Beauty and the Beast, the gallery’s thirdannual group exhibition and fiesta honoring artist Frida Kahlo and illustrating the bonds that artists and animals share, including works from the collection by the late Kathy Ruth Neal; gifts for sale by local and Mexican artisans; photo booth and Frida-inspired pet portraits by students and teachers of the gallery’s art program.

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1737 Locust | 913-461-7377, 816-739-1375 | vulpesbastille.com | vulpesbastille@gmail.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Pineapple Rentals, a group exhibition by the seven studio artists: Logan Acton, Tim Amundson, Mark Allen, Caranne Camarena, Dustin Downey, Brandon Forrest Frederick and Elisabeth Wallen Hardman.

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2011 Baltimore | 816-437-9975 | spynstudio.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Perception by Shannon Knopke.

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The Bauer Building 115 W. 18th St., Suite 101 | 816-984-8538 toddweinergallery.com 5-10 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: Inner & Outer Limits by father and son Michael Young and Ian Young, whose colorist paintings are reminiscent of board games and fantasylands and explore detailed, multidimensional landscapes.

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201 Wyandotte | 816-421-5222 | kansascityartistscoalition.org Showing: Solo exhibitions by Shin-hee Chin, Benjamin Rosenthal and Andrea Fuhrman.

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2004 Baltimore | 816-221-2626 | sherryleedy.com 11 a.m.-5 p.m., 7-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: Judy Onofrio: Full Circle, sculptural work that appears to be ceramic but is constructed entirely of oil-painted animal bones, a material that serves as a symbolic reminder of the fleetingness of earthly pleasures; Keith Jacobshagen: Embracing the Golden Hour, paintings of the Midwest that express the special lighting to be found in the early morning or late evening; Hot-Shop, a two-day retail event featuring affordable artwork by 19 artists to encourage a broad audience and new generation of collectors, with works by Sasha Alexandra, Brock DeBoer, Colleen DeBoer, Hannah Carr, Kate Clements, Paul Donnelly, Madeline Gallucci, Misty Gamble, Lea Griggs, Rain Harris, Peregrine Honig, Tom Huck, Anne Pearce, Greg Pugh, Dean Roper, Melanie Sherman, Jesse Small, Caleb Taylor and Joey Watson.

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1717 Wyandotte, Suite 200 | 816-283-0500 | windhorserising.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 Showing: New Work by Sarah Dirks, featuring sculptural pieces.

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1919 Baltimore | 913-491-1124 | outpostworldwide.com 5 p.m. Fri., June 6 — conversation with the artist 5:30-8:30 p.m. — opening reception Showing: Visual AIDS, a photographic exhibition reflecting Kansas City CARE Clinic’s outreach program, Project I Am, with work by Duane Cramer; music by the Cheap Dates.

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1800 Baltimore | 913-940-0104 | kimweinberger.com 6-9 p.m. Fri., June 6 — opening reception Showing: KC + Connect, KC Studio magazine’s new event series to introduce artists to supporters, features its June Group Exhibition with Shel Asher, Liz Black, Stephanie Bloss, Joe Bussell, Ruban Castillo, Emma Jennings and Molly Kaderka, and curated by Ashley Anders.

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10. Stairway Art Space HNTB | 715 Kirk Dr. | Curator Jason Lytle, 816-472-1201

11. Vine Street Studio 2033 Vine | 816-645-1052 gemrocksart.org | northeastarts.org

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On a frequency of their own, they go beyond psych-revival to explore the far-out ideas and sounds that inspired the movement. There will be dancing.

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