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Undergraduate Juried Exhibition

The Albrecht-Kemper Museum is excited to present our 3rd Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition. 45 students from all over the United States entered 125 artworks.  Three jurors made the final selection of 40 pieces to exhibit. The artworks in this exhibition... 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

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

2020 Regional High School Exhibition

The mission of the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art is to foster the appreciation of American culture and the visual arts through education, the nurturing of regional artists, and the display of the permanent collection as well as temporary exhibitions. What... View More

Mud, Darkness, Wind, Smoke, Fire…Dooley Lawrence

January 17 – April 8 Mud, Darkness, Wind, Smoke, Fire…Dooley Lawrence St. Joseph local artist and pioneer, Dooley Lawrence’s exhibition highlights his thirty-five-year career. Includes paintings, pottery, and other media. “My best attempt to turn your eyes and get some... View More

46th Annual Membership Exhibition

January 11 – February 23, 2020 The Membership Exhibition showcases the talents of museum members.  Each member was allowed to submit two original works not previously exhibited at the museum. Artworks have been divided into ten categories (Oil/Acrylic Painting; Watercolor... View More

Origami by Aldon Addington

  November 15, 2019 – January 5, 2020 Artist, Aldon Addington was born on September 23, 1934, in Omaha, Nebraska.  He moved to St. Joseph, Missouri, in 1941.  He graduated from Central High School in 1953, he traces the beginnings... View More

Neurofibromatosis: The People by Rachel Mindrup

NOVEMBER 15, 2019 – JANUARY 5, 2020: Neurofibromatosis: The People by Rachel Mindrup – “My son Henry has been the motivation behind my series of portraits depicting individuals with Neurofibromatosis (NF). Through this series of paintings, I am the conduit,... View More