MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center presents ‘Here and Now: A Look at the Local Arts’

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Artwork by MCC student Carole Gray

The MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center Gallery is pleased to announce the second annual group exhibition entitled, “Here and Now: A Look at the Local Arts.”

The presentation focuses on artists living or working in Lee’s Summit or southeastern Jackson County. The area is home to numerous talented artists who are making great developments within their practices.

With artworks ranging from regional landscapes, exquisitely crafted observational figure drawings, clean and colorful painterly abstraction, large scale non-objective works and mixed-media collages, we believe you’ll enjoy the diversity and perspectives.

Here and Now: A Look at the Local Arts        

  • Exhibit runs Oct. 13–Nov. 12
  • Opening Reception: October 13, 4-7 p.m.
  • Gallery Hours: Monday-Thursday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Exhibiting Artists:

  • Katie Carruthers
  • Diane Compton
  • Erlene E C Flowers
  • Carole Gray
  • Bob Klausing
  • Brenda Phillips
  • Joyce Robinson
  • Jim Smith
  • Rashelle Staley-Stutts

MCC’s own included in the show are art instructor Jim Smith and two students, Carole Gray and Brenda Phillips.

For further exhibit information, please email gallery curator/director Daniel Reneau at daniel.reneau@mcckc.edu.