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The third and current exhibit titled SENSES Community and Youth Arts Exhibition features artwork created by individuals of all ages with physical, cognitive, visual or hearing disabilities, is now available at the Envision Arts Gallery and Community Engagement Center in downtown Wichita, Kansas. Envision, the nation’s premier service provider to and employer of individuals who are blind or visually impaired, opened the permanent art gallery in January 2022 and was recently featured in Midwest Living Magazine's top summer picks list.
The SENSES Community and Youth Arts Exhibition highlights various artists from different community disability organizations and works created by the Envision Arts After School Art Club and the children of the Cathy G. Hudson Envision Child Development Center (ECDC). Organizations involved include Looking Glass Day Services, Heartspring, Down Syndrome Society of Wichita and Envision’s PRIDE group.
The theme, “SENSES,” was developed to showcase how we experience, navigate and understand the world through all of our senses in the form of two-dimensional, three-dimensional, video, photography, music, performance-based and literary artwork.
SENSES will be on display at the Envision Arts Gallery & Community Engagement Center from June 3 - August 26 in downtown Wichita, Kansas at the Envision Arts Gallery.
SENSES Community Art Exhibition
Group Exhibition featuring a range of artists with disabilities. An exhibition inspired by the senses in the Main Exhibition Hall at the Envision Arts Gallery.
Youth Art Exhibition
A small group exhibition of artists from the Envision Arts - Art Club featured in the Patricia A. Peer Window Gallery.
Solo Exhibition featuring Envision Arts participant Nick Wooding in the Patricia A. Peer Window Gallery.
A collaborative and community-made exhibition in the Patricia A. Peer Window Gallery inspired by positive affirmations.
A solo exhibition in the Main Exhibition Hall featuring painter John Bramblitt from Denton, Texas.
“...his art has been sold in over one hundred and twenty countries and he has appeared internationally in print, TV, and radio. He has appeared on CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, ABC, NBC, FOX, Discovery Channel, and BBC Radio and TV to name a few outlets, and he's been featured in The New York Times and Psychology Today as well as designed the artwork for numerous magazine covers and even the artwork for major film productions.”
Envision Arts is proud to showcase and exhibit artwork from exceptional artists who are blind or visually impaired. Thank you to all our partners who continue to support the program:
Aloft Hotel - Showcasing over 60 works of art year-round