SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Please join us for the final artist reception in our current space, and our 2 year anniversary show, on 3rd Friday in September!
Kiosk Gallery will close our doors on October 10th. We are sad to see the end of our time in this space, but so proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish with the help of the wonderful artists in our community and around the country. We look forward to taking a break to think about the next phase of this project, and anticipate spending more time in the studio.
We are currently searching for a new location, so please stay tuned to see what develops.
Thank you all so much for your support and contributions. Can’t wait to see everyone at the final show!
LOCATION: 3951 Broadway, Kansas City MO 64111.
We are located in the back half of the Open Fire Pizza building. You may park in the lot behind the building on the east side, and enter through the red door on the north side.
HOURS: Open Fridays, 6-9 PM… other by appointment, through October 10th
CONTACT: Eric & Erin L. Dodson, email@example.com
COLLABORATE: if you are interested in showing your work at Kiosk, please email us with a quick description of your work, a bit about yourself, and several images (or a link to your portfolio).
DONATE: You can make a tax-deductible donation to help support the projects happening at Kiosk Gallery by clicking here: Donate Now!
(Kiosk Gallery is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Kiosk Gallery must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax‐deductible to the extent permitted by law.)
ABOUT US: Kiosk Gallery is an artist-run space started by husband and wife team Eric & Erin Dodson in September 2012. We are located in the Westport area of Kansas City, MO.
Our mission is to bring the work of emerging artists to the public, and to provide a space for artists to grow their ideas and elevate the presentation of their work. We are both visual artists, and we are making and showing our own work as well. We aim for inclusiveness and transparency in art and gallery activities – to help encourage participation and the building of community, and to help educate the next generation of artists. As a nod to our compact space, we often focus on work that relates in some way conceptually to themes of smallness, humility, or succinctness.