KACA 2019

Fri, November 15 2019, 8:00 AM - Sat, November 16 2019, 4:00 PM [CST]

1001, South Cedar Street, Ottawa, KS, 66067, United States

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Standard Conference Registration Partial Approval - $100.00

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Student Conference Registration Partial Approval - $70.00

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Sponsor A Student Partial Approval - $70.00

if you choose to sponsor a student, your contribution will help a student attend the conference, who may otherwise be unable to

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9-11:30 Friday - Mark and Bambi Freeman demonstrations Partial Approval - Free

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9-11:30 Friday - Steven Boese A Scientific and Artistic Introduction to Steam-Bending of Wood Partial Approval - Free

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9-11:30 Friday - Karen McAdoo Weaving By Hand: Learning Cardboard loom weaving Partial Approval - Free

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9-11:30 Friday - Jessica Belangee Oil Paint & Collage: A Material Exploration Partial Approval - $10.00

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9-11:30 Friday - Jennifer Mettlen Nolan Lampworking Partial Approval - $10.00

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2-4:30 Friday - Mark and Bambi Freeman demonstrations Partial Approval - Free

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2-4:30 Friday - Steven Boese A Scientific and Artistic Introduction to Steam-Bending of Wood Partial Approval - Free

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2-4:30 Friday - Karen McAdoo Weaving By Hand: Learning Cardboard loom weaving Partial Approval - Free

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2-4:30 Friday - Jessica Belangee Oil Paint & Collage: A Material Exploration Partial Approval - $10.00

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2-4:30 Friday - Jennifer Mettlen Nolan Lampworking Partial Approval - $10.00

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9-11:30 Saturday - Mark and Bambi Freeman demonstrations Partial Approval - Free

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9-11:30 Saturday - Steven Boese A Scientific and Artistic Introduction to Steam-Bending of Wood Partial Approval - Free

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9-11:30 Saturday - Karen McAdoo Weaving By Hand: Learning Cardboard loom weaving Partial Approval - Free

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9-11:30 Saturday - Jessica Belangee Oil Paint & Collage: A Material Exploration Partial Approval - $10.00

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9-11:30 Saturday - Jennifer Mettlen Nolan Lampworking Partial Approval - $10.00

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2-4:30 Saturday - Mark and Bambi Freeman interactive project Partial Approval - Free

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Event Information

Fri, November 15 2019, 8:00 AM - Sat, November 16 2019, 4:00 PM [CST]

About the Event

PLEASE NOTE:When registering for the conference, choose your registration, standard or student, or also sponsor a student, and then choose ONE workshop per time slot. Mark and Bambi Freeman demos are repeatable.

 

 

KACA Schedule

 

Friday, November 15th

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.: Registration at Schendel Conference Center on OU campus. Drop off silent auction items.

9:00 – 11:30 a.m.: Workshops: Session 1 on OU campus and Carnegie Cultural Center

Noon – 1:00: Lunch in Schendel Conference Center on OU campus

1:00 – 1:45: Talk by Mark and Bambi Freeman in Schendel Conference Center

2:00 – 4:30: Workshops: Session 2 (OU Campus and Carnegie Cultural Center)

4:30 – 6:30 Break. Bid on silent auction items.

6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Material Mastery Exhibition Reception at Carnegie Cultural Center

7:00 p.m. Gallery talk with juror Jessica Belangee at the Carnegie Cultural Center

 

Saturday, November 16th

9:00 – 11:30 a.m.: Workshops: Session 3 on OU campus and Carnegie Cultural Center

Noon – 1:00: Lunch in Schendel Conference Center on OU campus. Last chance to bid on silent auction items.

1:00 – 2:30: KACA Board meeting.

3:00 – 4:00: Pick up artworks at Carnegie Cultural Center from Material Mastery Exhibition.

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About the Organizer

The Kansas Artist Craftsmen Association was founded in 1966 as a resource group for communication, support, workshops, exhibitions, and networking for Kansas artists working in 3-dimensional media at a time when connections and professional guidance were scarce. Since its inception, KACA has been a showcase for the latest in regional contemporary work in clay, fiber, metal, wood, enamel, jewelry, glass and mixed media. KACA members have been in the forefront of creating this awareness and appreciation, by working diligently to promote fine craft in the region for 40-plus years. KACA membership includes higher education faculty members from universities and colleges in Kansas and throughout the nation, public school art teachers, studio artists, students enrolled in art programs, and lovers of craft. If you are a practitioner or supporter of a craft medium and want to expand your learning, attend workshops with nationally-known artists, network with other craft artists, and have the opportunity to show or view work in respected galleries and museums around the state, KACA is for you!

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