Events

Apr
15
Fri
An Anonymous Art: American Snapshots from the Peter J. Cohen Gift @ Nelson Atkins Museum of Art
Apr 15 – Sep 4 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art stages the exhibit “An Anonymous Art: American Snapshots from the Peter J. Cohen Gift.”

Jun
30
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 30 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jun 30 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Friends of Alvin Ailey’s Festival on the Vine @ Gem Theater
Jun 30 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey’s Festival on the Vine presents master classes and performances from local, national and international dance companies. 

Twelfth Night @ Southmoreland Park
Jun 30 @ 8:00 pm

The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival stages Twelfth Night for its 24th season. 

Jul
1
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 1 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 1 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Friends of Alvin Ailey’s Festival on the Vine @ Gem Theater
Jul 1 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey’s Festival on the Vine presents master classes and performances from local, national and international dance companies. 

Twelfth Night @ Southmoreland Park
Jul 1 @ 8:00 pm

The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival stages Twelfth Night for its 24th season. 

Jul
2
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 2 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 2 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Friends of Alvin Ailey’s Festival on the Vine @ Gem Theater
Jul 2 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey’s Festival on the Vine presents master classes and performances from local, national and international dance companies. 

Twelfth Night @ Southmoreland Park
Jul 2 @ 8:00 pm

The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival stages Twelfth Night for its 24th season. 

Jul
3
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 3 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 3 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Twelfth Night @ Southmoreland Park
Jul 3 @ 8:00 pm

The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival stages Twelfth Night for its 24th season. 

Jul
4
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 4 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 4 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
5
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 5 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 5 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
6
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 6 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 6 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Summer Concert Series at Park Place @ Park Place Leawood
Jul 6 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Summer Concert Series at Park Place Leawood happens every Wednesday in June and July. 

Jul
7
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 7 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 7 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
8
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 8 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 8 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
9
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 9 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 9 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

@ Nelson-Atkins Young Friends of Art
Jul 9 @ 8:00 pm

Experience the grandeur of the Roman Empire, without leaving Kansas City. Please join us for the 7th annual YFA Summer White Party. This summer fundraising event is hosted by the Young Friends of Art, and will be the largest yet. All proceeds support the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The When in Rome event will take place both indoors in Bloch Lobby and outdoors in the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park.

Jul
10
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 10 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 10 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
11
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 11 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 11 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
12
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 12 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 12 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
13
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 13 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 13 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Summer Concert Series at Park Place @ Park Place Leawood
Jul 13 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Summer Concert Series at Park Place Leawood happens every Wednesday in June and July. 

Jul
14
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 14 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 14 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
15
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 15 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 15 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
16
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 16 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 16 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
17
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 17 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 17 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
18
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 18 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 18 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
19
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 19 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 19 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
20
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 20 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 20 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Summer Concert Series at Park Place @ Park Place Leawood
Jul 20 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Summer Concert Series at Park Place Leawood happens every Wednesday in June and July. 

Jul
21
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 21 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 21 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
22
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 22 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 22 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
23
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 23 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 23 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
24
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 24 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 24 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
25
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 25 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 25 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
26
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 26 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 26 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
27
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 27 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 27 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Summer Concert Series at Park Place @ Park Place Leawood
Jul 27 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Summer Concert Series at Park Place Leawood happens every Wednesday in June and July. 

Jul
28
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 28 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 28 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
29
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 29 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 29 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
30
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 30 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 30 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Jul
31
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jul 31 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Jul 31 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
1
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 1 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 1 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
2
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 2 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 2 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
3
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 3 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 3 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
4
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 4 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 4 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
5
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 5 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 5 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
6
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 6 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 6 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
7
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 7 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 7 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
8
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 8 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 8 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
9
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 9 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 9 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
10
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 10 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 10 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
11
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 11 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.

Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960 @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Aug 11 all-day

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents the exhibit “Drip, Splatter, Wash: American Watercolor, 1860–1960.”

Aug
12
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Aug 12 all-day

Organized by the American Museum of Natural History and generously supported by Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, Brain: The Inside Story investigates the remarkable organ that controls every function of our life. Right now your brain is ignoring thousands of sights and sounds to zero in on a specific few, processing information as small as the meaning of a letter, forming new memories, and keeping your heart pumping. But how does it do it all? Brain: The Inside Story will be open March 5 to August 28, 2016.