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Bee Creative: Frida Kahlo Inspired Portraits

Students will get the opportunity to create a mixed media portrait inspired by Frida Kahlo’s art and techniques. When students come to class they’ll have their photo taken, then print a black and white version to use in their collage.... View More


High School Exhibition Winners 2020

BEST OF SHOW – Maria Stanton, Sacred Koi Fish Pond, Savannah High School Category I:  PAINTING 1st Place:  Taylor Lawver, Dimensional View, Platte County High School 2nd Place:  Carol Pattison, Setting the World on Fire, Trenton R9 3rd Place:  Ally... View More


POSTPONED: Yoga with Jeremy Eaton at the AKMA

Yoga classes at the museum have been canceled for the month of March. We will re-evaluate at the end of the month to consider offering classes again in April. All are welcome to join us among St. Joseph’s most precious... View More


Douglass Shaw Elder: OKecoSCAPES

APRIL 17th  – JUNE 7th, 2020   OKecoSCAPESis the most recent in the SCAPES series of sculptures and drawings by Elder. SCAPES takes an abstract perspective, observing the cycles of nature that inevitably direct and influence all life forms. The... View More


2020 AKMA Juried Undergraduate Exhibition

APRIL 17th  – JUNE 7th, 2020 The mission of the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art is to bring the excitement of American visual arts to the region through education, temporary exhibitions, the permanent collection, and the nurturing of regional artists. What... View More


The Painted Poster Study: Workshop with Cody Wheelock

Learn how you can vastly improve your paintings by developing a consistent poster study practice.  A poster study is a small, quickly executed painting that captures the essence of a subject.  Instructor Cody Wheelock will introduce students to the concept... View More



Painting the Heartland with Larry DeGraff

July 30-31, 20209:30 am – 4:00 pmClass Price: $200 (includes lunch) In this two-day workshop, we will leave the mountains and seacoast behind and focus on painting the subtle but profoundly moving midwest landscape. Whether it’s the countryside with it’s... View More