In addition to our Resident Artist programming, there’s always something brewing at Harvester Arts. Check back here for special events, discussions, collaborations, workshops, and happenings. Please comment and join the conversation!

Jump!Star Constellate 6 is today!

March 9, 2019 | Ryan

Join Harvester Arts today at the Volland Store in the Kansas Flint Hills under the stars (both real and projected) for a night of stories from the sky during Constellate 6 of the Jump!Star project leading up to Symphony in the Flint Hills 2019.

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September 29, 2018 | Harvester Arts

​Recently the Chung Report and Janelle King of the Workroom teamed up for a new initiative called Blackout ICT. It is a call to action to turn Wichita pride into real action, and Harvester Arts is proud to fly the #BlackoutICT flag in our window.

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“One Summer” exhibition

September 28, 2018 | Harvester Arts

​An exhibition by the Harvester Arts summer 2018 interns from Wichita State University's School of Art, Design & Creative Industries. We amassed a team of interns from the WSU School of ADCI to assist with visiting artists during our Riverfest Artist in Residence Program and ongoing Jump!Star initiative. One Summer is new work made in response to the their time working on these projects.

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Introduction to Jump!Star: A talk by George Ferrandi at The Ulrich Museum of Art

February 5, 2018 | kate

George Ferrandi introduces JUMP!STAR at the Ulrich Museum of Art. JUMP!STAR is a social sculpture conceived and directed by George Ferrandi and presented by Harvester Arts, Symphony in the Flint Hills, and Chamber Music at The Barn. It’s a little-known fact that the North Star that was overhead when the pyramids were built is not the same star as our North Star now (Polaris). In about a thousand years, a completely different star will be our North Star. Because of a slight wobble in the Earth’s rotation, the pole star position is not fixed. Our “guiding light” changes. Isn’t this amazing?

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Rainbow in Reverse: Queer Kansas History

January 19, 2018 | kate

Who do you know in Kansas who is queer, non-binary, or transgender? Friends, family, celebrities? In the exhibition Rainbow in Reverse: Queer Kansas History, Genevieve Waller highlights LGBTQ Kansans who are well-known and not-so-well-known cultural figures within the state and beyond.

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