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Art Gallery


Shai Perry

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.or by appointment

Tours are available with the curator by appointment only 

The KCKCC Art Gallery hosts monthly events, such as exhibit receptions, visiting artist lectures and film screenings. The gallery promotes socially captivating art exhibits featuring local and national artists. Tours of the college's permanent collection are also available by appointment.

The KCKCC Art Gallery is free and open to the public.

Upcoming Events

KCK Local History

FEB. 7, 12:30-1:30PM

Guest Speaker Mr. Chester Owens 

Location Lower Level Jewell  

Owens is a valued leader in the community and strives to share KCK’s diverse history with others. Owens is a Sumner High School graduate and was elected as the first African American to serve on the KCK City Council in the 20th century. He was an instrumental part of the writings for the WyCo and KCKCC Historical mural and digital timeline project to preserve local history. He will be presenting on the history of black-owned businesses in KCK.

Art In America

FEB. 27, 4:30-7PM



Location Art Gallery Jewell Building RM 2346

KCKCC Art Gallery to Host Exhibition “Art in America” 

The Kansas City Kansas Community College Art Gallery presents exhibition “Art in America” featuring two KCKCC alumni, JT Daniels and Harold Smith.  

Current Exhibit

"Art In America"

The Kansas City Kansas Community College Art Gallery presents exhibition “Art in America” featuring two KCKCC alumni, JT Daniels and Harold Smith.  

The “Art in America” exhibition runs until March 8th and features four pieces from each artist. The reception will be held on February 27th from 4:30-7 pm. Meet the artists, and line dance with Jeremiah McCluney at the KCKCC Art Gallery. This event is free and open to the public.  

JT Daniels has designed many murals across the KC metro. His work can be seen on the KC streetcar, school buildings, and the brisk lemon iced tea label. He has a unique style that you're sure to notice with a playful and colorful style that includes both characters and words. No matter the medium, his work always has a spray-painted street art feel that brings you comfort. JT uses his murals to support and uplift the community, his motto is “Whenever I see a blank wall... I see an opportunity to communicate.” 

Harold Smith is a muralist, fine artist, and writer. He has works displayed internationally and locally. These works include paintings, mixed media, performances, collages, sound, videos, and assembly. He likes to focus on how complex the masculinity of a black man in America is. Most of his work showcases semi abstracted black men with lots of texture throughout the piece, some of his pieces also include collage like features that make you want to focus and look at every detail.  


Past Exhibits


RM 2346
Lower Level Jewell Building
KCKCC Main Campus

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