Graphic Design Portfolio Exhibition

May 2nd - 11th

Graphic Design Portfolio Exhibition

May 2 - May 11th 2019

Thursday May 2nd, 5-8pm


Abigail Coleman Kalen Conkling William Danielson
Adam Edmonds Elizabeth Gieringer Garrett Goebel
Ethan Hamilton Ben Homles-Jones Laura Mattson
Payton Roberts Kelsie Smith Rebecca Soldanels
Joe Walker Faith Wer Batoul Yasein


First Fridays

May 3rd, 1-8pm

Gallery Hours

Tuesday - Friday: 1 pm - 5 pm
Saturday: 12 pm - 3 pm

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Graphic Design Program

Program Information
Program Coordinator: Darlene Town, 816.604.4757

For information on MCC Art classes or Graphic Design A.A.S. degree,
contact Darlene Town: 816.604.4757.

Recent Exhibits

The mission of the Metropolitan Community College Art Program is to develop students' visual literacy and awareness that art is practiced in a variety of forms within different cultures.

View additional gallery photos and list of MCC-Penn Valley 2018
Scholarship Winners

Carter Art Center

2019 Graphics Art Profolio Show

Carter Art Center

2019 Student Art Show + Sale

Carter Art Center

2019 Colla Voce

Carter Art Center

2018 A Periodic Table: Imagined Spaces

Carter Art Center

Student Art Exhibit/Sale - 25% of sales goes toward student scholarships

Carter Art Center 2018 Student Award

MCC-Penn Valley Gallery Overview

Carter Art Center 2018 Student Award

MCC-Penn Valley Gallery Overview 1

Carter Art Center 2018 Student Award

MCC-Penn Valley Gallery Overview 2



About Carter Art Center

In March 2003, MCC-Penn Valley dedicated the Anna & Kemper Carter Center for Visual Arts and Imaging Technology. This beautiful structure provides classrooms, computer labs and fine arts studios with natural light. The gallery features exhibits that educate, challenge and inspire. Anna's Room is a wonderful place to relax. Outside, a stainless steel sculpture by Rita Blitt, "Black Box VII: Aspects of Nature II," is permanently installed. The Carter Art Center provides quality arts education to students in midtown Kansas City, preparing them to transfer to baccalaureate institutions. It provides employers

with workers who are well-prepared for jobs such as graphic designers and digital prepress technicians. It also provides a place for the community to gather to celebrate and enjoy the visual arts. Operational costs for the Carter Art Center are greater than those of a traditional community college art department. We are seeking support from the community we serve so the Center can provide the highest quality art programming for students and the community. To help accomplish this the Friends of the Carter Art Center will provide financial and community support so the college can continue to offer quality art exhibits, scholarships, and growth opportunities for arts education.

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