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Belger Arts Center-Red Star Studios
Hours: Open 10am-5pm Wed.-Fri., 10am-4pm Sat.
Belger Arts Center hosts contemporary art exhibitions featuring the work of notables from the Belger Collection. Our annual exhibition schedule also includes rotating solo and group exhibitions of national and international artists. Through our Touring Exhibition Programs, major works of art are made available to museums, university galleries and other arts organizations for exhibition and study.
Red Star Studios features a functional and sculptural ceramics gallery, classes, workshops, and artist studios. The Gallery showcases work by emerging and established regional, national and international artists. Classes and workshops available for all skill levels. The Studio is also home to a renowned Artist-in-Residence program. Red Star Studios is located at Belger Arts Center, in the KC Crossroads Arts District, and at Belger Crane Yard Studios (2011 Tracy Ave.) near KC's 18th & Vine Jazz District.
Groups of 10 to 30 may schedule a free, docent-led tour and hands-on activity by calling 816-474-3250. Hours are 10am-5pm Wed. - Fri., 10am-4pmSat.
John Balistreri: By and Large
Phone: 816-474-7316 (Belger)
@ Wed-Thur-Fridays 10am-4pm & Saturdays Noon-4pm or by appointment.
Phone: 816 474-3250
Summer Art Camp 2014
Phone: 816-474-3250 (Belger)
Word Play: Selections from the Collection
Phone: 816 474-3250
2014 Resident Artist Exhibition
Phone: 816-474-7316 (RSS)
A hidden gem in the middle of the nation
5 out of 5 stars
Thomas F. - Boynton Beach, FL
I visited the Belger Arts Center on a whim and was amazed at what was there. First, before you even get to the Belger show, you pass through a ceramics gallery called Red Star. The place is filled with beautiful work and one artist made lots of sushi-friendly work, which appeals to another love of mine. After touring the gallery, you go up to the third floor, where there are two more galleries with more gorgeous stuff. The show that was up was for Wendell Castle (google if you don't know his work). I've now decided to either save my money until I can afford one of his pieces ... or just spend the $75k on multiple trips to KC to see what else comes through. Oh and to tour both galleries cost a grand total of $0.
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