Visual Arts

July 2, 2014 7:00 AM

For July Fourth’s First Friday, the Late Show supports the Cuban Five’s bid for freedom

Many galleries in the Crossroads are celebrating July Fourth First Friday opening receptions. The Late Show will be selling posters to benefit the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five and will also feature portrait-based works by Kansas City artist Kevin McGraw. The Leedy-Voulkos Art Center has extended the run of its five shows from last month through July 5, and the art center will be open by appointment only for the rest of the month.

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