Adults | Kansas City Art Institute -- Photography Classes (most that I would want to take are $400 per class)

Adults | Kansas City Art Institute -- Photography Classes (most that I would want to take are $400 per class)

The Kansas City Art Institute. We are actually driving to KC right now. Headed here tomorrow to National Portfolio Day, my daughter is looking at a few art schools for next year.

The Kansas City Art Institute. We are actually driving to KC right now. Headed here tomorrow to National Portfolio Day, my daughter is looking at a few art schools for next year.

Students sketching in Thomas Hart Benton’s studio class at the Kansas City Art Institute, 1939. photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt © Time Inc.

Students sketching in Thomas Hart Benton’s studio class at the Kansas City Art Institute, 1939. photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt © Time Inc.

Kansas City Art Institute | Art Direction, Design, Marketing Materials | Design Ranch

Kansas City Art Institute | Art Direction, Design, Marketing Materials | Design Ranch

East Urban Home Kansas City Art Institute by Lyn Nance Sasser and Stephen Sasser Graphic Art Size: 16" H x 12" W

East Urban Home Kansas City Art Institute by Lyn Nance Sasser and Stephen Sasser Graphic Art Size: 16" H x 12" W

SAIC - News - School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Thomas Hart Benton's Home and Studio Historic Site, open for visitors in Kansas City, MO

SAIC - News - School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Thomas Hart Benton's Home and Studio Historic Site, open for visitors in Kansas City, MO

Walt Disney-attended Kansas City art institute

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Walt Disney-attended Kansas City art institute

Kenneth Ferguson (1938 - 2005 Missouri) Glazed wheel thrown ceramic charger. Impressed mark. Measures 2.75 x 18 inches. Ken Ferguson graduated from Alfred University's New York State College of Ceramics and became an important figure in American Studio Pottery throughout the second half of the 20th century while serving as head of the ceramics department at the Kansas City Art Institute.

Kenneth Ferguson (1938 - 2005 Missouri) Glazed wheel thrown ceramic charger. Impressed mark. Measures 2.75 x 18 inches. Ken Ferguson graduated from Alfred University's New York State College of Ceramics and became an important figure in American Studio Pottery throughout the second half of the 20th century while serving as head of the ceramics department at the Kansas City Art Institute.

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