Dahlquist’s Gillis Art Lab Open this Friday

If you are near down­town KCMO tomor­row, stop by 3<sup class="ordinal">rd</sup> Fri­day in Colum­bus Park to get a sneak peek at the most ambi­tious pub­lic instal­la­tion I have ever under­tak­en! I will be installing it soon in Den­ver but before it goes, I real­ly want to share it with you, my Kansas City peo­ple.

So come on by my stu­dio and see the first of the fin­ished pieces, get a glimpse of the process, and see it in the con­text of my pre­vi­ous work. ​

Journey to Reflection: Work in Progress

Gillis Gallery Art Lab

1029 E 5<sup class="ordinal">th</sup> St, KCMO  64106

July 21, 2017, 6pm-9pm


Detail from “Reflec­tions” by Chris Dahlquist


As the His­toric Colum­bus Park neigh­bor­hood where we live and have our stu­dio is becom­ing increas­ing­ly pop­u­lar, we have decid­ed to open our fab­u­lous stu­dio space to host guest artists in the new­ly formed Gillis Art Lab. Our vision is for it to be a wel­com­ing and casu­al space for artists to test ideas and to show work out­side of a for­mal gallery set­ting, and to demys­ti­fy the cre­ative process by allow­ing view­ers to see work in progress. It is all a grand adven­ture!

Also open near­by on 3<sup class="ordinal">rd</sup> Fri­day:

Kiosk Gallery
916 E 5<sup class="ordinal">th</sup>

Change is the Only Con­stant: Imperme­nent Pho­tograms”  by Tracey Haynes

Trap Gallery
525 Gillis St

Kather­ine Davis — Jour­ney to Abstract

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