September 8, 2017
As part of “Every Street Is Charlotte Street,” Kate Hackman has come back to Kansas City to guest curate Pattern Languages, a special exhibition at Greenlease Gallery showcasing some of best works from select Charlotte Street fellows. The Greenlease Gallery at Rockhurst University will host an opening reception on Friday, Sept. 8 at 6:30 PM. Opening remarks by Kate and selected artists will begin the event with a reception to follow. “The unifying theme among the works is the use of pattern as a strategy for communicating ideas and making meanings: pattern as content. In some works, the artists employ patterns to convey personal narratives, cultural histories, and/or social or political concerns. Others generate their own patterns through the recurrent use of specific materials, gestures, forms or formats, emphasizing similarities or variations amid repetition and across time.”
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Works selected by guest curator Kate Hackman, former artistic director of the Charlotte Street Foundation, include drawings, paintings, sculpture, poems, textiles, installations and video art by artists Shawn Bitters, Marcus Cain, David Ford, Madeline Gallucci, Archie Scott Gobber, Jane Gotch with Elizabeth Stehling, Marcie Miller Gross, Anne Lindberg, Adolfo Martinez, Garry Noland, Glenn North, Sonie Joi Ruffin and James Woodfill.
For more information, contact gallery director Anne Pearce at firstname.lastname@example.org or 816-501-4407. The Greenlease Gallery is located between Van Ackeren and Sedgwick halls on the Rockhurst University campus. Parking is available in the garage at 52nd Street and Troost Avenue and in lots accessed through the campus entrance at 54th Street and Troost Avenue. See rockhurst.edu/map.