Two artists will be featured at an art reception at 6:30 p.m. May 11 at the Alcott Arts Center, 180 S. 18th, Kansas City, Kan.
The public may attend and visit with the artists.
Karen Novak, a native of Kansas City, Kan., will display mixed media works. She adds to her paintings to make them three-dimensional, according to Chris Green, executive director of Alcott Arts.
Tiffany N. Cody, from Lawrence, Kan., will display her photographs at the Alcott.
The art will be on display at the Alcott until June 1. There is no admission charge. Gallery hours after May 11 will be by appointment.
Green said the Alcott Arts Center is excited about celebrating the building’s 90th birthday in July.
“We have one artist exhibiting then who went there in the 1940s, Cecil Mashburn, and we’ll have other things going through the month of July to celebrate,” Green said.
An all-years class reunion for Alcott school will be held July 13-14.
In June, the Flying Asbinis will return for a fifth year to the Alcott in a fundraiser June 14-15, she said.
“It’s a big two-day event,” Green said. “We have multiple artists exhibiting and performing.” There will be dance presentations as well as bands playing.
Also planned at the Alcott is a cabaret show July 26-27 by the Mid-Life Players. The troupe will perform “Suppressed Desires 3,” which will include show tunes.
For more information, visit www. alcottartscenter.org or call 913-233-2787. The Alcott Center is not handicapped accessible.