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Charlotte Street Foundation and The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art present Andy Brayman, the next Charlotte Street Awards Fellow participating in the Nelson-Atkins Artists’ Walk. Named Best Gallery Tour by the Pitch, through these Artists’ Walks acclaimed Kansas City artists engage participants in the museum’s spaces and highlight works that speak to their artistic sensibilities, then discuss their own art through presentations in Lens 2. Each evening features both a 6pm + 7pm tour/talk combination. THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!

Date: Friday, March 14
Time: 6pm + 7pm
Location: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art / 4525 Oak St KCMO 64111
Tickets: FREE, but space is limited- Registration is required. Go to the Nelson-Atkins Online Calendar to reserve a spot!

Details: Andy Brayman holds a BA in sociology and a BFA in ceramics from the University of Kansas (1996) and an MFA in ceramics from Alfred University (1998). His work is a combination of traditional craft, industrial processes, and contemporary art strategies. In 2005, Andy founded The Matter Factory in Kansas City. It is part artist studio, part laboratory, and part factory. His current research focuses the possibilities offered by translating objects from the digital to physical world through sensors, computation and robotics.

Next Artists’ Walk:
Fri, April 18 –Warren Rosser

See more details in the full Press Release.


Images info middle to right:  White Crate, 2011 (installed at the Nerman Museum as part of the 2011 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Awards exhibition), Black Centerpiece, 2013, black porcelain.


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