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The Crossroads hosts First Friday this weekend

The Crossroads Art District hosts First Friday on April 4. The event includes local artists, sculptures, food, drink, and entertainment. The largest gathering of food trucks is held at 20th and Wyandoote.

The Crossroads host First Friday.
Photo by Steve Wilson

Epperson Auditorium features “Current Perspectivies” lecture series with special guest Dan Ibarra co-founder of Aesthetic Apparatus at 7 p.m. April 3 at 45 and Warwick.

Belger Arts Gallery will feature “Velocity of Change: The Evolution of Albert Kahn’s Pratt & Whitney Plant in Kansas City” at the gallery located at 2100 Walnut. The exhibit runs through May 3.

City Ice Arts features “Beneath the Fold” by Natalie Abrams at their gallery located at 2015 Campbell. The exhibit closes on April 22.

HAW Contemporary will feature “two exhibits: “Still Life-Figure-Landscape” by Wilbur Niewald and “Friendly Stranger” by Ahram Park. The exhibits may be viewed at the gallery located at 1600 Liberty. Both exhibits run through April 5.

H&R Block Artspace features “Saints Stars & Selfies” at 16 E. 43rd. The exhibit closes April 2.

Kemper East features “This American Life” at the gallery located at 200 E. 44th. The exhibit closes on Sept. 29.

Leedy-Voulkos Art Center presents two exhibits, “Signals” by Amanda Lechner and “Wonder Women: Sheores Freedom Fighters, and Women Who Kick Butt”, both close on March 29. A third exhibit “My Red Memory” by Lei Yan runs through April 26 at the gallery located at 2012 Baltimore.

Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art presents “Contemporary American Indian Art: The Nerman Museum Collection” at the gallery located inside the Johnson County Community Center. The exhibit closes May 18.

Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art second presentation is “dy/nas/ty” by Ebony G. Patterson at the gallery at JCCC. The exhibit runs through June 15.

Red Star Studios at the Belger Crane Yard Studios will feature Roger Shimomura through April 12 and “He Said, She Said” by Kathy King and Chris Theiss at the gallery located at 2011 Tracy. The exhibit runs through April 26.

The Spencer Museum features “Albert Bloch: Prints and Drawings,” “Personal Geometry: Quilts by Yoshiko Jinzenji and Virginia Jean Cox Mitchell,” “Photographic Memory,” and “Gard Blue” by James Turrell at the gallery located at 1301 Mississippi in Lawrence, Kan. All the exhibits close on May 18.

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