NOTO ArtsPlace Gallery: Archive
Photo-Archive of Exhibits in the Pop-up Galleries at NOTO ArtsPlace and Edna's Clay
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Artists Speak - Political and Social Commentary by Visual Artists:
At the time of the mid-term elections, NOTO ArtsPlace mounted an exhibit of free speach by visual artists, both contemporary and from previous decades. Surrounding an installation by Don Snethen were 30 pieces, mostly prints with some drawings, paintings and ceramic pieces. Each is pictured in the attached gallery which can be reached by clicking here.
While ceilings in the second floor rooms of Edna's were too damaged to retain, the walls are in better shape and will be repaired and repainted during the renovation.
Shown during the Dia de los Muertos celebrations in October 2013.
Hank, a 4th generation corn breeder of primarily Native American corn varieties and Jona Rupniki, Grower of Potawatomi Sacred Corn share stories at Hank's exhibit of corn varieties in front of Edna's
Hank, 4th generation native corn enthusiast and Jona, a current keeper of the Prairie Band Traditional Corn talk corn at Hank's exhibit in front of Edna's in late 2013.
Marco, a graduate of Emporia and Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant in the Printmaking Studio at Kansas State, has exhibited his work at NOTO ArtsPlace and in the Edna's Pop-up window gallery since the beginning. This is his exhibit (the first in Edna's) in October 2013.
Edna's Pop-Up Exhibits
Edna's front window has been the site for a number of exhibits of artwork and art installations during renovation. Edna's will become a ceramics studio which will include two or three resident artists and will offer subscription access and classes beginning as early as fall of 2015. Beginning in the Spring of 2016 ceramics and fine crafts exhibits will be currated by the studio artists at Edna's Clay. The exhibits will be designed to be viewed through the front window at Edna's - 905 N. Kansas.
Included in this archrive are photos collected from exhibits and events from 2013 & 2014 along with renovation photos of the Edna's building.