April 17-18, 2015
Kansas City, Missouri
Join us as we explore beauty's role in saving the world.
Debbie Barrett-Jones, Textile Artist

Entrepreneurial Gallery Crawl

The Entrepreneurial Gallery Crawl is Saturday from 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm. The stops on the crawl are all located in the Kansas City Crossroads District. You will be able to park your vehicle and walk to each of the locations.

On the crawl we will visit these locales:

At the last stop (Christ Community Church), enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres from the award-winning chef, Patrick Ryan and the Port Fonda restaurant. Along with the scrumptious food from Port Fonda, enjoy the sounds of live jazz as well.

As a part of the gallery crawl, the Christ Community Church downtown campus is hosting the Restoration Arts Conference art exhibit. Meaghan Richey is curating this exhibit. Here is a description of the exhibit:

"As faith mysteriously reconciles the course of history with one’s way of life in the present and hoped for future, art also (both in its making and in its perceiving) reconciles the past, present, and future by taking a specific form composed by specific materials in a specific time ushering in a unique space, a space for imaginative hope.

As you may know, 2015 marks the centennial anniversary of WW1. To commemorate the special time of remembrance, we've chosen to curate work which grapples with the dehumanizing effects of war: themes of chaos, destruction, and loss of life alongside works which seek to remind us of peacetime, harmony, and mutuality, and charity."