In The Galleries

May 10, 2014 — August 31, 2014

TYTON

TYTON, a fantastical, luxury toy submarine created by Wichita artist Randy Regier, will be on view at the Art Center May 10 through August 31. Accompanying TYTON will be a 20-minute radio play written and performed by local Salinans under the direction of Los Angeles television writer, Gail Lerner.

Gail Lerner‘s television writing credits, which include Happy Endings, Ugly Betty, and Will & Grace, have earned her three Emmy and one Golden Globe nominations. Her short film, Seraglio,…

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June 19, 2014 — August 10, 2014

North Western Pacific Standard Oil Crisis LLC

From mid-February to late-April of this year, San Francisco-based artist Joshua Short lived and worked in the Warehouse, the Art Center’s facility for artists-in-residence. Short created all of the work on view in “North Western Pacific Standard Oil Crisis LLC” during his Warehouse residency, including Going to Church, which was installed at this year’s Smoky Hill River Festival, June 13-15.

Field audio recordings Short gathered during his recent travels across the country provide the…

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Salina Art Center programs, exhibitions and films are presented in part by Salina Art Center donors; the Horizons Grants Program of Salina Arts & Humanities, and by the City of Salina.