This month's Chamber luncheon will be hosted and sponsored by Johnson County Community College (JCCC).
We will hear from Emily Behrmann, General Manager of the Carlsen Center, and Karen Gerety, Folk Curator of Art Education at the JCCC. They will be sharing information about the Carlsen Center and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Arts (NMOCA), two hidden cultural gems, located on the campus of the JCCC.
The Carlsen Center houses both the Yardley Hall and Polsky Theatre and there is a year round program of events from both students and professional performers in association with the JCCC's Arts Education Program. The NMOCA has one of the top internationally acclaimed collections of emerging and established artists today. Public Art Review magazine named JCCC one of the top 10 university/college campuses for public art in America, citing the sculptures, paintings, ceramics and photography installed throughout the campus.
You won't want to miss hearing about the work and planning that goes into providing the events, exhibitions, art collections and youth education programs at these two cultural institutions. If you have not already visited the Carlsen Center or NMOCA, you will be sure to plan a visit after this luncheon.
This luncheon is hosted & sponsored by:
$31.50 Members | $45 Non-members
(Prices include lunch)
Registration deadline is June 8th by 1:00pm or when attendance has reached max capacity.
Click here to view a list of member businesses who have registered to attend this event.
Johnson County Community College
Regnier Center, First Floor
12345 College Blvd.
Overland Park, KS 66210