A number of suburban city halls feature art galleries that often highlight the work of local artists. And the art shows can become a social event, too. At Prairie Village’s city hall, the city’s Arts Council stages a monthly wine and food reception there. Three photographers were featured last month at the Prairie Village City Hall art gallery. Attending a social event coordinated with the exhibit was Eva Hradetzky of Kansas City.
A number of suburban city halls feature art galleries that often highlight the work of local artists. And the art shows can become a social event, too. At Prairie Village’s city hall, the city’s Arts Council stages a monthly wine and food reception there. Three photographers were featured last month at the Prairie Village City Hall art gallery. Attending a social event coordinated with the exhibit was Eva Hradetzky of Kansas City. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
A number of suburban city halls feature art galleries that often highlight the work of local artists. And the art shows can become a social event, too. At Prairie Village’s city hall, the city’s Arts Council stages a monthly wine and food reception there. Three photographers were featured last month at the Prairie Village City Hall art gallery. Attending a social event coordinated with the exhibit was Eva Hradetzky of Kansas City. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

Local city halls open art galleries, boost culture

March 08, 2016 11:00 AM

UPDATED March 08, 2016 05:00 PM

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