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Kansas City Art Institute students use steamroller in printmaking process

Kansas City Art Institute students used a 1,500-pound steamroller during a public printmaking session Friday morning in the parking lot of Lead Bank in the Kansas City Crossroads at 1801 Main St. KCAI students from professor Miguel Rivera’s printmaking class used the steamroller as part of the engraving process. Lead Bank will host a First Fridays celebration May 6 where the public can view the new printmaking installation.

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Arts group documents grassroots works

Formerly based in Lawrence, the Kansas Grassroots Arts Center is now in Lucas, Kan., known for the Garden of Eden, a home and garden featuring concrete biblical and political characters, created by S.P. Dinsmoor in the early 1900s.

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