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.”

May
30
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
May 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
May 30 all-day

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

May
31
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
May 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
May 31 all-day

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

Jun
1
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 1 all-day

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

Jun
2
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 2 all-day

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

Jun
3
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 3 all-day

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

Jun
4
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 4 all-day

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

Revel @ One Light Luxury Apartments
Jun 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Revel in white hot nights at this Moroccan themed affair inspired by Marrakesh nightlife. The night will feature hors d’oeuvres and libations hand-selected by One Light’s sommelier as well as live performances by ArtsKC-supported artists. Enjoy One Light’s private art collection curated by Weinberger Fine Art.

Jun
5
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 5 all-day

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

Jun
6
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 6 all-day

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

Jun
7
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 7 all-day

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

Nick Nichols’ Wild Life @ Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Jun 7 @ 7:30 pm

One of National Geographic’s most iconic photographers, Michael “Nick” Nichols will go to any lengths to get the perfect shot. He’s documented ecologist Mike Fay’s epic MegaTransect, a 2,000-mile long journey on foot from the Congo to the Atlantic Coast. He’s tracked elusive tigers in the depths of the Indian jungle. He’s spent six months embedded with Serengeti lions—and won the title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his efforts. At this event, he looks back on his storied career and reflects on the strangely intimate bonds he’s forged between himself and his subjects.

Jun
8
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 8 all-day

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

Jun
9
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 9 all-day

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

Jun
10
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 10 all-day

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

Jun
11
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 11 all-day

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

Jun
12
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 12 all-day

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

Jun
13
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 13 all-day

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

Jun
14
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 14 all-day

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

Jun
15
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 15 all-day

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

Jun
16
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 16 all-day

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

Jun
17
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 17 all-day

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

Jun
18
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 18 all-day

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

Jun
19
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 19 all-day

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

Jun
20
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 20 all-day

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

Jun
21
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 21 all-day

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

Jun
22
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 22 all-day

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

Jun
23
Thu
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 23 all-day

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

Jun
24
Fri
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 24 all-day

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

Jun
25
Sat
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 25 all-day

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

Jun
26
Sun
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 26 all-day

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

Jun
27
Mon
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 27 all-day

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

Jun
28
Tue
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 28 all-day

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

Jun
29
Wed
Brain: The Inside Story @ Museum at Prairiefire
Jun 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
Jun 29 all-day

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

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.”

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.”

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.”

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.”

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.”

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.”

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.”

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.