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Event Calendar for Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art

September 19 - 25, 2021

Tuesday, September 21

Doug Barrett: Find Your Voice

Doug Barrett is a photographer and videographer based in Manhattan, Kansas. His work demonstrates how Gordon Parks continues to inspire contemporary artists....

Two by Two: Animal Pairs

This exhibition features unique pairings of animals from the permanent collection, ranging from Pueblo pottery to farm animals by Regionalist artists to work...

Wednesday, September 22

Doug Barrett: Find Your Voice

Doug Barrett is a photographer and videographer based in Manhattan, Kansas. His work demonstrates how Gordon Parks continues to inspire contemporary artists....

Two by Two: Animal Pairs

This exhibition features unique pairings of animals from the permanent collection, ranging from Pueblo pottery to farm animals by Regionalist artists to work...

Thursday, September 23

Doug Barrett: Find Your Voice

Doug Barrett is a photographer and videographer based in Manhattan, Kansas. His work demonstrates how Gordon Parks continues to inspire contemporary artists....

Two by Two: Animal Pairs

This exhibition features unique pairings of animals from the permanent collection, ranging from Pueblo pottery to farm animals by Regionalist artists to work...

Friday, September 24

Doug Barrett: Find Your Voice

Doug Barrett is a photographer and videographer based in Manhattan, Kansas. His work demonstrates how Gordon Parks continues to inspire contemporary artists....

Two by Two: Animal Pairs

This exhibition features unique pairings of animals from the permanent collection, ranging from Pueblo pottery to farm animals by Regionalist artists to work...

Saturday, September 25

Doug Barrett: Find Your Voice

Doug Barrett is a photographer and videographer based in Manhattan, Kansas. His work demonstrates how Gordon Parks continues to inspire contemporary artists....

Two by Two: Animal Pairs

This exhibition features unique pairings of animals from the permanent collection, ranging from Pueblo pottery to farm animals by Regionalist artists to work...