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5th Annual National Undergraduate Juried Exhibition

For the past four years, the AKMA has welcomed the National Undergraduate Juried Exhibition. After a record-setting number of entries, currently-enrolled undergraduate students from across the United States were selected by a jury of MWSU and AKMA experts to be... View More



2021 Regional High School Exhibition

2021 Regional High School Exhibition The Regional High School Art Exhibition is an invitational exhibition, with over 75 schools from Northwest Missouri and Northeast Kansas asked to participate. A limited number of students at each school are selected by their... View More




Douglas Shaw Elder presents “OKecoSCAPES”

The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art is excited to debut Douglas Elder Shaw’s OKecoSCAPES. OKecoSCAPES is 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... View More


Landmarks & Points of Interest by Don Anderson

Landmarks and Points of Interest: Don Anderson—Don Anderson’s photographs of rural scenery, florals, and historical St. Joseph landmarks will be on display in this exhibition. Anderson’s photographs reflect his interest in the rich history of the region. His photographs and... View More


Memory Ponds by Gerry Trilling

The events of 2020 have given many of us new perspective on the need for human connections and ways to form communities. The shared, in-person experiences that form our shared memories have shifted to shared virtual experiences. Many of us... View More


Landmarks and Other Points of Interest: Don Anderson

Landmarks and Points of Interest: Don Anderson—Don Anderson’s photographs of rural scenery, florals, and historical St. Joseph landmarks will be on display in this exhibition. Anderson’s photographs reflect his interest in the rich history of the region. His photographs and... View More


Memory Ponds by Gerry Trilling

The events of 2020 have given many of us new perspective on the need for human connections and ways to form communities. The shared, in-person experiences that form our shared memories have shifted to shared virtual experiences. Many of us... View More