Author Archives: kioskgallery

March 15th – May 9th, 2019: Kimberly LaVonne – This Is Devotion

Please join us on 3rd Friday in March, as Kiosk Gallery presents This is Devotion, a solo exhibition of ceramic work by Kimberly LaVonne. LaVonne’s work explores an interest in anatomy, as well as ­reliquaries and objects of devotion. Creating

March 15th – May 9th, 2019: Kimberly LaVonne – This Is Devotion

Please join us on 3rd Friday in March, as Kiosk Gallery presents This is Devotion, a solo exhibition of ceramic work by Kimberly LaVonne. LaVonne’s work explores an interest in anatomy, as well as ­reliquaries and objects of devotion. Creating

November 16th, 2018 – January 10th, 2019: Melanie Johnson – Disquiet

Please join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday in November as we present Disquiet, a solo exhibition of drawings by Melanie Johnson. These large scale figurative drawings combine real and unreal e­lements in the creation of subtly evocative and

November 16th, 2018 – January 10th, 2019: Melanie Johnson – Disquiet

Please join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday in November as we present Disquiet, a solo exhibition of drawings by Melanie Johnson. These large scale figurative drawings combine real and unreal e­lements in the creation of subtly evocative and

April 21st – June 3rd, 2017- Myles Dunigan: Everything Always-Already Ends

On 3rd Friday in April, Kiosk Gallery presents “Everything Always-Already Ends”, an M.F.A. thesis exhibition by Myles Dunigan. From the artist’s statement: “In a world where our reality is increasingly dictated by technological mediation, our experience of the land around

April 21st – June 3rd, 2017- Myles Dunigan: Everything Always-Already Ends

On 3rd Friday in April, Kiosk Gallery presents “Everything Always-Already Ends”, an M.F.A. thesis exhibition by Myles Dunigan. From the artist’s statement: “In a world where our reality is increasingly dictated by technological mediation, our experience of the land around

February 17th – March 9th, 2017: Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations

On 3rd Friday in February, Kiosk Gallery hosts “Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations”, guest-curated by Stephanie Eckermann and Megan Pobywajlo. This event is part of the “Third Pill” exhibition series, which uses humor, fun, and playfulness as a 3rd pill

February 17th – March 9th, 2017: Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations

On 3rd Friday in February, Kiosk Gallery hosts “Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations”, guest-curated by Stephanie Eckermann and Megan Pobywajlo. This event is part of the “Third Pill” exhibition series, which uses humor, fun, and playfulness as a 3rd pill

January 20th – February 9th, 2017: Philip Bakala – Jewelbox

On 3rd Friday in January, Kiosk Gallery presents Jewelbox – an exhibition of new work by Philip Bakala. With layers of paper and paint, Bakala utilizes a cumulative process to reflect on the way our perceptions of the past evolve

January 20th – February 9th, 2017: Philip Bakala – Jewelbox

On 3rd Friday in January, Kiosk Gallery presents Jewelbox – an exhibition of new work by Philip Bakala. With layers of paper and paint, Bakala utilizes a cumulative process to reflect on the way our perceptions of the past evolve

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).

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).

October 16th – November 12th, 2015: Play – paintings by Liz Smith & Jennifer Ann Wiggs

On 3rd Friday in October, Kiosk Gallery presents “Play” – an exhibition of paintings by Kansas City artist Liz Smith, and Columbia, MO artist Jennifer Ann Wiggs. Smith’s work is informed by the accumulation of visual information in her everyday

October 16th – November 12th, 2015: Play – paintings by Liz Smith & Jennifer Ann Wiggs

On 3rd Friday in October, Kiosk Gallery presents “Play” – an exhibition of paintings by Kansas City artist Liz Smith, and Columbia, MO artist Jennifer Ann Wiggs. Smith’s work is informed by the accumulation of visual information in her everyday