A new exhibit of photography at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art will showcase 190 years of the medium with works that were purchased with a $10 million grant from the Hall Family Foundation. "The Big Picture" is free and opens Saturday.
Kansas City’s Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is installing doors that are casts of the 15th century “Gates of Paradise” that once adorned the Baptistery of the Duomo cathedral in Florence, Italy. July 13, 2017
The Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art was misunderstood and criticized by many. It has since earned glowing praise, but technology is forcing museum officials to think how it should evolve.
Since leaving the White House, former President George W. Bush has become an avid painter. Through his "Portraits of Courage," he is raising money for the Military Service Initiative, helping vets transition to civilian life.
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art previewed its $12 million Bloch Galleries space on Friday. The new galleries feature Henry Bloch’s 29 donated pieces, which include paintings by Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet and Paul Cezanne displayed using cuttin
Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez, 70, focuses her camera on the homeless in Johnson County, the most affluent county in Kansas. Rodriguez, a mom, grandmother and a great-grandmother, is a former IT worker who has found her passion as an artist
Scribe, aka Donald Ross, has spent 14 years as the staff artist at Children’s Mercy Hospital. His whimsical and colorful murals have helped ease and distract countless patients. But his work is not limited to the hospital; his murals can also be seen on buildings across Kansas City.
Cheryl Eve Acosta’s handmade metal pieces stick to the skin with makeup adhesive, mimicking a tattoo, but removable. The Kansas City metalsmith’s Tattuage line of jewelry — on display this First Friday — was inspired by her time working in the deserts of New Mexico.