Today is the last day to view "What Will Be" at Undergrads Underground, the new student gallery at The Leedy-Voulkos Art Center.
"What Will Be" is the first show in the newly renovated space at Undergrads Underground. The exhibition features work by KCAI seniors from the ceramics department Emily Connell, Hank Hafkemeyer, Will Preman, and Ben Harle. Each artist is connected through the medium of clay, however individual work varies and will include video, photography, and mixed-media installation. Regular gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.
Today is the last day to view "On Watch" at the H&R Block Artspace at KCAI.
The exhibition explores strategies of surveillance in contemporary art and culture in the works of five international artists and a pioneering open source project team.
The artists in “On Watch ”employ a range of methodologies and technologies, ranging from border patrol, mobile phones, street level surveillance, aerial reconnaissance photography, sousveillance, satellite imagery, GPS and global mapping and social media.