The 34th Annual Art Westport will be held Friday Sept. 6 through Sunday Sept. 8 on the streets of the historic Westport Entertainment District. Artists from around the metro will fill the streets with original art, sculptures, photographs and crafts. Food and drink vendors will be on hand.
The Kansas City Chalk and Walk Festival will be held at Crown Center on Sept. 7 and 8. This is the sixth year for the festival which draws together amateur, professional and student arts who use the bricks at Crown Center as their canvas. A portion of the area will be sectioned off and used by children to use as their canvas.
First Friday at the Crossroads Art District will be held Sept. 6 from 7 to 9 p.m. Local artists will be showing their work. The largest gathering of food trucks is located at 20 and Washington. There is additional entertainment at several locations in the art district.
Harmonies of the Homefront is featured at the National World War I museum, 100 W. 26, through October 24.
All Souls Gallery located inside the Unitarian Universalist Church at 4501 Walnut will feature the works of Sue Story. The exhibit closes Sept. 18.
Belger Arts Center will feature “Adornment” a group show at the studio located at 2100 Walnut. The exhibit closes Sept. 7.
Corey Antis will be the featured painter and sculptor at the Gladstone Community Center located at 6901 N. Holmes. The exhibit will run through Sept. 24.
Images Art Gallery will feature the works of Jilli Nel, Peggy Pike and Luke Letorneau at the gallery located at 7320 W. 80th in Overland Park, Kan. The exhibit will close Sept. 14.
The Keller Art Gallery at 734 Southwest Blvd. in Kansas City, Kan. will feature the works of Steve Wilson. Steve works with mixed media, photography and acrylics. He will be on display indefinitely at the new gallery.
Kemper East will present “Nomads: Traveling Adolescence” at the gallery located at 200 E. 44th Street. The exhibit closes on Nov. 15.
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art will hold a special presentation of sculpture, “Fauno Rosso (The Red Satyr), through Sept. 29. The works are on loan from the city of Rome. The museum is located at 4525 Oak in Kansas City, Mo.
“Madwomen?” by Sybil Paris Noble will be featured at the Writers Place at 3607 Pennsylvania. The exhibit will run through Oct. 4.