Tag Archive: Donut Goshorn

Lineage & Language

Our semester is wrapping up with Lineage & Language, our end of semester exhibition and senior thesis exhibition! The exhibition will be on view through this Saturday, May 14 from noon to 5… Continue reading

KCAI Represented in National Student Juried Exhibition Awards

The Kansas City Art Institute was well represented in the National Student Juried Exhibition 2016 merit awards. Ariel Bowman, who graduated in 2011 and is currently attending graduate school at the University of Florida,… Continue reading

Mentors, Makers, and Milestones: Highlights of the Ken Ferguson Teaching Collection

As part of NCECA coming to town, the KCAI ceramics department opened its (newly renovated) doors and allowed visitors to come tour the studios, the new plaster and glaze lab, the kiln room,… Continue reading

Exhibition set up

Stay tuned for images of the works from the fall end-of-semester exhibition, “In Transition.” In the mean time, here is a behind-the-scenes look at setting up the show:

New Collection Room Display

The current selection of work in the window of the Ken Ferguson Teaching Collection is a showcase of historical breadth. Work study students Issac Logsdon and Donut Goshorn have curated the window to… Continue reading

Elsewhere

This past Friday, seniors wrapped up their Elsewhere projects with presentations at the H&R Block Artspace. The elsewhere project challenges students to make artwork that exists outside of the context of the KCAI… Continue reading

EXHIBITION: DREAMING IN MAGYAR

This Friday, October 2, six students from the KCAI ceramics department have a show opening as part of Leedy-Voulkos’s “Undergrad Underground” series. The students (Donut Goshorn, Maggie Demeulmeester, Melanie Johnson, Angelina Yang, Erika Hiebert,… Continue reading

Modularity: Spring 2015 end of semester ceramics show

The 2015 school year finished with a fantastic end of the year exhibition titled “Modularity.” Here are images of some of the work from the show, including our 2015 graduating seniors’ work and… Continue reading