NCECA: Columbus Park Guide

On March 11th, Kiosk Gallery presents Vade Mecum – an exhibition of ceramic work by Emily Connell (more info here). This exhibition is in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary Conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA).

Kiosk Gallery is located in the Columbus Park neighborhood of Kansas City, 6 blocks east of the City Market on 5th Street.

A couple blocks away, Trap Gallery will be hosting a one-night event: Extrusion, by Amy Meya, with extruded and carved ceramic sculpture. The reception takes place Friday, March 18th, 6-9 pm.

Nearby in the City Market, the Kansas City Artist Coalition will have multiple ceramic exhibitions.

This side of the city has a high concentration of great restaurants!

In Columbus Park:

The North End  Specials:  Thursday – prime rib / Friday – spiced boiled shrimp & crab legs / Saturday – fried chicken

Happy Gillis

Vietnam Cafe

Columbus Park Ramen Shop

Garozzo’s

and in the City Market:

Blue Nile Cafe

The Farmhouse

Le Fou Frog

Bo Ling’s

Beignet

and in the East Bottoms:

Pigwich

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