Envision Arts Gallery

Envision Arts Gallery The premier destination for artists and audiences who are blind, visually impaired, and disabled. Second Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

We welcome you to the Envision Arts Gallery and Community Engagement Center and invite you to Envision the Possibilities of our future as a community committed to celebrating our commonalities and honoring our differences through the arts. Visit us Monday through Friday:

Monday - Friday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 - 5:00 PM

Additional hours include:
First Friday 5-9 p.m. Mission
To empower artists

and audiences who are blind, visually impaired, and disabled by providing a safe and supportive platform to exhibit, perform and engage our community with educational programming that promotes a culture of health, wellness and unity through inclusion, diversity, equality and accessibility to the arts for all. Vision
We aim to build and strengthen a vibrant and healthy community through inclusivity that enhances creative diversity and gives agency to the artists and audiences who have long been marginalized in the field of expressive arts.

04/19/2024

Stop by the gallery to check out our ongoing exhibtion "The American Way/Words" by Clarke Reynolds! Use his color coded braille system to learn how to read braille through colorful pieces of his artwork, and enjoy the life sized braille scrabble game! So much fun, bright colors and activites involved in this exhibtion and you won't want to miss it!

Video Description:
The video is pointing at a braille key then the video pans up, moving down the wall to show each piece of artwork hanging up that feature sentences written in braille using a color coded braille system.

Check out the newest article from Visit Wichita about Autism-Friendly activities in Wichita featuring the Envision Arts ...
04/17/2024

Check out the newest article from Visit Wichita about Autism-Friendly activities in Wichita featuring the Envision Arts Gallery! Thank you Visit Wichita for sharing about our gallery!💙❤️

Looking for autism-friendly activities while on vacation? Check out our guide full of parks, museums and nature centers to plan the perfect trip.

Introducing a new series: Stories from the Studio!🎨✨ Get ready to meet the talented students from our art studio as we d...
04/16/2024

Introducing a new series: Stories from the Studio!🎨✨ Get ready to meet the talented students from our art studio as we dive into their unique stories and showcase their incredible art!

Tomiyo Tajiri grew up on Okino-Erabu-Shima, an island located north of the Island of Okinawa. She moved to the United States in 1995 and soon after, started losing her vision. Tomiyo wasn't able to differentiate color, shrinking her peripheral vision with time. She spent much of her career honoring the traditions of Japanese art by hosting origami workshops in California and New York, and then selling her work at the Wichita Art Museum. In 2019, she was awarded a grant from Downtown Wichita to create Maitreya to be installed in the Gallery Alley. Maitreya is composed of three shapes filled with ceramic flowers that are native from her home land to address unity, peace, and harmony.

"I lost my vision, and I cannot see but there are things I can do and enjoy, which is very important," said Tomiyo. "I don't worry about unnecessary things in my life. I enjoy my art and my life so maybe I will live to be 120, because I have my art in my heart. When I touch, it's like I can see. Blind people cannot see art and the design, so blind people need to touch. My dark heart heals and becomes bright, so I want to recommend that people touch art."

Stop into the Envision Arts Gallery to purchase some of Tomiyo's art in the art on consignment area!

Image Descriptions:
Image 1: Tomiyo smiling and pointing in front of a bus stop in downtown Wichita that shows her picture with the words “Be part of an artistic community”
Image 2: “Eye Forest” a ceramic sculpture by Tomiyo that was featured in her exhibition at the gallery, Fusion.
Image 3: Tomiyo in the envision arts studio, standing on a chair rolling out a large clay slab.
Image 4: A ceramic bowl with different colored flowers that is displayed outside the Envision Arts Studio
Image 5: Tomiyo in gallery alley with ECDC kids, explaining her art work.
Image 6: Tomiyos sculpture in gallery alley titled “Maitreya”

There are many people on our team at Envision Arts that make our mission possible and we've decided you should meet some...
04/15/2024

There are many people on our team at Envision Arts that make our mission possible and we've decided you should meet some of them!

Eva Cummings is an experienced glass artist and art facilitator with a deep passion for making art accessible to all. She brings a wealth of knowledge in a variety of mediums, and her commitment to creating a space in which everyone feels welcome to experience the arts complements our mission at the Envision Arts Gallery.

As the Gallery Coordinator, Cummings works directly with blind and visually impaired artists to bring artwork into the gallery. She is dedicated to showcasing the work of disabled artists and fostering conversations about accessibility within the arts. She is actively involved in the planning and facilitation of educational art workshops to make art accessible for all.

Cummings was first introduced to stained glass at 15 years old. After several years of honing her skills and developing her personal style, she began working professionally as a stained glass artist at 18. Soon after, she found her way into the hot shop and began blowing molten glass. She then went on to study glass techniques at Emporia State University, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Glass Forming. She has taught different modes of glass making to audiences of all ages, always encouraging students to explore new or unexpected ways of working the material. She carries this excitement for adaptation into her work with blind and visually impaired artists, adapting processes to create accessibility in new mediums.

Image Description:
A circular photo of Eva posing in front of a brick wall on top of a purple background with light purple splatters in the corners. In a yellow box, it says "Eva Cummings, Envision Arts Gallery Coordinator"

Join us tomorrow for Second Saturday from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM! Two incredible exhibitions, The American Way/Words by Clar...
04/12/2024

Join us tomorrow for Second Saturday from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM! Two incredible exhibitions, The American Way/Words by Clarke Reynolds, alongside Choose Joy by the students of Heartspring, will be displayed during this Second Saturday and we hope you all can stop by to experience them both.

Second Saturday, April 13th
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
801 E. Douglas Ave, Suite 106
Wichita, Kansas 67202
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Image Description:
An image of a canvas with a purple vase and colorful, different shaped buttons glued on to look like flowers blooming out of the vase. The image is tinted blue with the words "Second Saturday. April 13th, 10AM - 2PM"
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🎨!!Keeper Update!!🎨We have been cutting, tracing, pasting, and drawing away, making more and more progress on our Keeper...
04/10/2024

🎨!!Keeper Update!!🎨
We have been cutting, tracing, pasting, and drawing away, making more and more progress on our Keeper On Parade each day. After cutting each individual piece of stained glass, we will secure them onto the Keeper to create a beautiful mosaic of the landscapes of Kansas. Make sure to keep checking in for updates on our Keeper on Parade as we partner with Cargill to continue our progress!
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Image Descriptions:
Image 1: Rainbow colored pieces of glass with different textures laid out on a table
Image 2: Eva and Sarah from Envision Arts picking out the which glass to use for the Keeper
Image 3: Eva sitting at a table with pieces of glass in front of her as she scores a new piece of glass
Image 4: Pieces of glass that are different shades of blue laid out in a mosaic pattern to resemble water
Image 5: Green pieces of glass that are cut and laid out to look like the original Cargill silo
Image 6: The Cargill logo on a white background
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We can't help but CHOOSE JOY after looking at all this beautiful bright artwork from the students of Heartspring! There ...
04/09/2024

We can't help but CHOOSE JOY after looking at all this beautiful bright artwork from the students of Heartspring! There are so many pieces of art that just make us happy to look at in the exhibition that you just can't miss out on viewing. Choose Joy by the students of Heartspring will be displayed in the Window Gallery until April 26th, so make sure you stop in before then to get your extra boost of joy for the day!
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Image Descriptions:
Image 1: A large variety of colorfully painted canvases and paper hung on the wall
Image 2: A purple vase on a black background that is cut out of sparkly paper with button glued on to look like flowers blooming out of the vase.
Image 3: A blue, pink, and purple painted canvas made with abstract brush strokes
Image 4: A pink, red and yellow canvas painted with large brush strokes in a colorful abstract formation.
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Envision Arts is excited to announce a one day exhibition hosted by Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center titled "Military Se...
04/08/2024

Envision Arts is excited to announce a one day exhibition hosted by Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center titled "Military Sexual Trauma and the Art of Healing." This exhibition is in honor of April being Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month. Military Sexual Trauma and the Art of Healing will be held in the Envision Arts Window Gallery on April 27th from 10am - 2pm and we hope you can join us.

Military Sexual Trauma and the Art of Healing
April 27th, 2024
10:00am - 2:00pm

Envision Arts Gallery
801 E. Douglas Ave., Suite 106
Wichita, KS 67202
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Image Description:
A flyer with a colorful abstract art piece on one side, with the title and time of the exhibition on the other side of the flyer.
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Thank you to everyone who came to see the grand opening of Clarke Reynolds' The American Way/Words and Choose Joy by the...
04/06/2024

Thank you to everyone who came to see the grand opening of Clarke Reynolds' The American Way/Words and Choose Joy by the students of Heartspring! We had so much much seeing everyone, listening to great live music from Charlie Wilks Music, and playing endless games of braille Scrabble. It's amazing seeing everyone experience and enjoy the art the same way we do!

These two exhibitions will continue to be in the gallery far after First Friday so if you missed out on the grand opening, be sure to check it out another time!
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Image Descriptions:
Image 1: Clarke Reynolds posing for a photo with two envision participants.
Image 2: Three kids holding balloons and sitting by the scrabble board on the floor.
Image 3: A crowd of people around the interactive craft table laughing and talking together.
Image 4: Four people standing together in front of the art hanging on the wall.
Image 5: A baby crawling on the scrabble board on the floor.
Image 6: people playing the scrabble game.
Image 7: Clarke and Tomiyo, from Envision, looking at the scrabble board pieces together.
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Such a fun time!! Thanks to White Crow Cider Company for welcoming us and making this such a fun, special experience!
04/05/2024

Such a fun time!! Thanks to White Crow Cider Company for welcoming us and making this such a fun, special experience!

We had an amazing visitor in the cidery last night, artist Clarke Reynolds. As an American cider maker whose love of cider came from visiting England- it was thrilling to have a British person tell us it was nice to have a “proper cider” here in Wichita.

He currently has a show at Envision Arts Gallery and it sounds amazing. He’s an artist from the UK who works with an organization that pushes independence and support for the visually impaired community called VITCA. Check out his show for First Friday. Cheers!

American Way Words by Clarke Reynolds
Envision Arts Gallery
Open 5-9pm
Free All Ages
Music by Charlie Wilks!

We are so excited for tonight! Two amazing exhibitions will have their grand opening tonight and you don’t want to miss ...
04/05/2024

We are so excited for tonight! Two amazing exhibitions will have their grand opening tonight and you don’t want to miss it!

Check out the article about Clarke Reynolds and his opening exhibition in the gallery⬇️

British artist Clarke Reynolds wants visitors to his “American Way Words” exhibit to discover language and words through touch and sight.

Join us for First Friday featuring the opening night TWO new exhibitions: The American Way/Words by Clarke Reynolds alon...
04/05/2024

Join us for First Friday featuring the opening night TWO new exhibitions: The American Way/Words by Clarke Reynolds alongside Choose Joy by the students of Heartspring at the Envision Arts Gallery TONIGHT from 5:00 - 9:00 PM. Throughout the evening you can meet the artists, experience the artwork and participate in art activities inspired by the exhibition.

Learn more about these two exhibitions by clicking on the pinned posts on our profile!

First Friday, April 5th
5:00 - 9:00 PM
801 E. Douglas Ave, Suite 106
Wichita, Kansas 67202

Image Description:
A purple tinted image of a painted canvas with brush strokes of pink and yellow with the words "First Friday. April 5th 5PM - 9PM" in large bold text on top of the image.

Clarke Reynolds, one of our newest artists in the gallery, works with an organization based in the UK that pushes indepe...
04/04/2024

Clarke Reynolds, one of our newest artists in the gallery, works with an organization based in the UK that pushes independence and support for the visually impaired community called VICTA. We want to give a special shoutout to them as they continue to pursue a similar mission as we do at Envision.

VICTA is a national charity that provides support to children and young adults from 0 to 29 who are blind or partially sighted and their families. VICTA believes that everyone has the right to an independent and fulfilling life. VICTA’s support, advice, grants and activities enable young people and their families to build skills, develop confidence and help each other toward a more positive future.

Image Description:
A white tinted image of Clarke reading braille with the VICTA logo printed on top. The logo is an image of a rainbow with "VICTA" written underneath and the words "Empowering Blind Children Young Adults" off to the side.

From hanging art on the walls, to cutting out laminates, to sticking a scrabble board to the floor, we are in full swing...
04/03/2024

From hanging art on the walls, to cutting out laminates, to sticking a scrabble board to the floor, we are in full swing setting up the exhibitions for this Fridays opening night! Heartspring's and Clarke Reynolds's exhibitions are both almost set up and ready to go for this weekend. Here's some sneak peaks into the set up from this week so far!

Image Descriptions:
The first image shows Clarke holding a screwdriver and screwing in a French Cleat to the back of a piece of his artwork. The second image shows Clarke standing over a table with his artwork laid out as he organizes the order of the art to be hung on the wall. The final image shows piece of the window decal that are letter designed like scrabble tiles that spell out the word "American" with other letters scattered around it.

Don't forget to sign up for the "Play Touch Make" workshop with  that is this Saturday from 10am - 12pm in the gallery! ...
04/02/2024

Don't forget to sign up for the "Play Touch Make" workshop with that is this Saturday from 10am - 12pm in the gallery! Come participate in a game of scrabble - with a twist! Afterwards, artistically design and assemble paper cubes to take home using a color-coded braille system! There is a $10 signup fee for this workshop. In the meantime, enjoy these photos of Clarke with the kiddos from the ECDC making the same art activity that we will have at the workshop!

Sign up for the workshop at: bit.ly/playtouchmake

For more information or questions contact the Envision Arts Gallery at 316-440-1699

Image Descriptions:
The first image shows Clarke and 2 ECDC kids sitting at a table with the art supplies in front of them as they make their paper braille cubes. The second image shows the ECDC kids holding up their paper cubes and Clarke posing with them. The final image shows Clarke standing with 2 ECDC kids as they talk to each other.

The Envision Arts Gallery is excited to welcome the Heartspring School Students as we open our 2nd annual art exhibition...
04/02/2024

The Envision Arts Gallery is excited to welcome the Heartspring School Students as we open our 2nd annual art exhibition in partnership with Heartspring called, "Choose Joy," in the Patricia A. Peer Window Gallery on April 5th.

In 1934, Heartspring was founded as “The Institute of Logopedics,” a nonprofit organization in partnership with Wichita State University. Their early service model prioritized children experiencing speech, hearing, and mobility challenges. Located on a beautiful 35-acre campus in Wichita, KS, Heartspring is now known as one of the most groundbreaking therapeutic schools and pediatric service centers in the world. Heartspring serves children and young adults with multiple intellectual and developmental needs, such as: living with autism; challenges with speech, language, or communication; challenges with mobility and other motor functions; a limited ability to regulate emotions during times of stress; and other pediatric healthcare complexities.

Choose Joy is a heartwarming exhibition that celebrates the beauty and joy of the world through the creativity of students from Heartspring. Each student has created artwork full of vibrant colors, whimsical shapes, and imaginative designs that are sure to bring a smile to your face. Choose Joy is a reflection of the students' positive outlook on life and their ability to find joy in even the simplest of things. We invite you to experience the joy and wonder of the world in this one-of-a-exhibition!

For more information about Heartspring visit: www.Heartspring.org

First Friday, April 5th
5:00 - 9:00 PM
801 E. Douglas Ave, Suite 106
Wichita, Kansas 67202

Image Description: A dark blue graphic that says, "Choose Joy, 2nd Annual Art Exhibition. April 5 - 26. Featuring Heartspring School Students in the Patricia A. Peer Window Gallery. In Partnership with Heartspring"

The Envision Arts Gallery and Community Engagement Center is eager to present its new artist-in-residence program with t...
04/02/2024

The Envision Arts Gallery and Community Engagement Center is eager to present its new artist-in-residence program with the opening of "American Way Words," a three-month exhibition presenting the renowned UK blind artist Clarke Reynolds, known for his interactive use of Braille in art.

The public is invited to a free opening reception on Friday, April 5th at the Envision Arts Gallery in downtown Wichita from 5 to 9 p.m., with a special presentation from Reynolds at 6 p.m. This event marks both Clarke Reynolds's first solo exhibition in the U.S. and his role as the inaugural artist of the gallery’s new residency program, embodying Envision’s dedication to fostering artistic innovation and collaboration.

Clarke Reynolds, a visionary born with limited sight in Havant, England, crafts a journey of resilience and creativity through his art. After an early spark of inspiration from Franz Marc's "The Yellow Cow," Clarke pursued and attained a BA honors degree in model making. Despite significant challenges, including the loss of his sight, Reynolds' fervor for artistic expression propelled him to innovate, using textiles and Braille to forge new paths of exploration in art through touch and sound.

A key feature of "American Way Words" is a life-size, playable Scrabble board. This installation is designed to be both accessible and enjoyable, using one-foot square tiles marked with color-coded Braille, allowing both sighted and visually impaired individuals to partake in the joy of language.

First Friday, April 5th
5:00 - 9:00 PM
801 E. Douglas Ave, Suite 106
Wichita, Kansas 67202

Image Description: A photo of Clarke Reynolds holding a paint brush. In a black box to the side it says, "American Way/Words Featuring Clarke Reynolds. The Blind Braille Artist from Portsmouth England. April 5 - June 28 Main Gallery. Meet the Artist April 5 - 6"

The Envision Arts Gallery will be CLOSED from April 1st - April 4th in order to set up for our upcoming exhibitions that...
03/31/2024

The Envision Arts Gallery will be CLOSED from April 1st - April 4th in order to set up for our upcoming exhibitions that are opening this Friday.

We are excited to reopen again with these incredible artworks on display, so join us for First Friday!

First Friday, April 5th
5:00 - 9:00 PM
801 E. Douglas Ave, Suite 106
Wichita, Kansas 67202

Join us for the Final Friday that the Envision Arts Gallery will be displaying Art and Science Intertwined: A Physician/...
03/29/2024

Join us for the Final Friday that the Envision Arts Gallery will be displaying Art and Science Intertwined: A Physician/Artist's Visual Journey by Nancy Tilson-Mallett as well as Dancing Colors by Denae Adwell. Not only is it your last chance to see the
artwork displayed in the gallery, but Nancy Tilson-Mallett will be in the gallery during this time, giving visitors an opportunity to meet the artist behind the artwork!

Clarke Reynolds will also be visiting the Gallery at this time, so come and get a first chance to meet our next featured and first international artist in the Main Gallery!

Final Friday, March 29th
4:00 - 7:00 PM
801 E. Douglas Ave, Suite 106
Wichita, Kansas 67202


We had such a fun time at Casino Night with  and the ladies of Wichita State Delta Gamma! We love hosting this event and...
03/27/2024

We had such a fun time at Casino Night with and the ladies of Wichita State Delta Gamma! We love hosting this event and each year we make more incredible memories.

Special thank you to Clarke Reynolds and Delta Gamma girls for helping us out with this event and joining in on the fun!

Image Descriptions:
1. Clarke and Delta Gamma, Cierra calling out BINGO as other participants sit at a table around them with BINGO cards.
2. All of the participants posing and smiling in a group while hold big cardboard playing cards.
3. An up close of Cierra and Clarke sitting at the table with the bingo wheel in front of them while Clarke holds a microphone
4. All of the participants posing and holding up a "Gamma," the Delta Gamma hand sign.
5. A photo of the prize table with a variety of items like a football, a dart board, sketch books, water bottles and more.

What a great time we've been having welcoming Clarke Reynolds to Wichita and the Envision Arts Gallery! We gave him a to...
03/25/2024

What a great time we've been having welcoming Clarke Reynolds to Wichita and the Envision Arts Gallery! We gave him a tour of and hosted a meet and greet for all of our Envision team to be able to learn more about him and his incredible artwork. He is fully embracing the Kansas lifestyle; Check out his Kansas City Chiefs gear!

We can't wait for his exhibition to be in full swing but until then, we will keep enjoying Wichita with and preparing for First Friday on April 5th!

Image Descriptions:
1: Clarke standing in Envision wearing red overalls and a Chiefs jacket. Behind him is a screen that says "Welcome Clarke Reynolds"
2: Clarke with his back facing the camera showing off the back of his jacket that says "CHIEFS 60"
3: Clarke at his meet and greet standing and talking with Envision employees.
4: Envision employees visiting Clarkes meet and greet having a conversation with each other
5: The spread of charcuterie boards and fruits at the meet and greet with people standing around making their plates.

It’s been all hands on deck working on our Keeper on Parade, PRISM! We have been busy scoring, snapping, and piecing gla...
03/24/2024

It’s been all hands on deck working on our Keeper on Parade, PRISM!

We have been busy scoring, snapping, and piecing glass back together to create the mosaic that will cover out Keeper. We are using every color of the rainbow to create Kansas iconography. From the confluence of the Arkansas and Little Arkansas Rivers, to the Flint Hills and the native grasses that grow there, to the famous Kansas sunset, PRISM will be a brilliant addition to the city!

We are so excited to be working with Cargill to showcase our students’ and our community partners’ work on a public installation. Stop by our gallery or follow us on social media to keep up with our progress!
Image Descriptions:
1. A white “Keeper on Parade” with Kansas imagery drawn on. The base is decorated with roots on the bottom and two rivers. Flames come from water at the base of the figure, which then transition to corn, wheat, grasses, and rolling hills. A Kansas sunset fades into the knight sky of the headdress.
2. Team members organizing glass pieces by color.
3. Koji breaking glass, a rainbow of glass pieces are laid out in front of him.
4. Yellow glass circles make an ear of corn, with a dark green husk.
5. Sheets of red and orange glass for the flames at the base of the Keeper.
6. Blue and Purple glass for the sunset.
7. The Cargill logo on a white background.

Such a great time with Clarke Reynolds in the studio!!
03/22/2024

Such a great time with Clarke Reynolds in the studio!!

The Envision Arts Gallery will be closed early this afternoon at 12PM. We WILL be open this morning until 12PM so stop i...
03/22/2024

The Envision Arts Gallery will be closed early this afternoon at 12PM. We WILL be open this morning until 12PM so stop in before we close!

Image Description:
A red tinted image of an embroidered fabric with flower like designs with large bold text on top that reads "Early Closing at 12pm March 22"

The Envision Arts Gallery is excited to announce our first workshop with international blind artist, Clarke Reynolds, ca...
03/21/2024

The Envision Arts Gallery is excited to announce our first workshop with international blind artist, Clarke Reynolds, called "Play Touch Make," on Saturday April 6th from 10AM - 12PM. Its designed for all ages and abilities with snacks and beverages provided. Come participate in a game of scrabble - with a twist! Afterwards, artistically design and assemble paper cubes to take home using a color-coded braille system!

PLAY TOUCH MAKE workshop is designed to highlight the beauty and importance of braille through play and is based around color-coded Braille Scrabble tiles to create words through touch and their associated color exploring language and how we perceive letters in a unique way. Each letter in the alphabet has been given a designated color so that sighted individuals can become more familiar with Braille through color by the end of the workshop!

REGISTER HERE: bit.ly/playtouchmake
$10 sign up fee

For more information or questions contact the Envision Arts Gallery at 316-440-1699

Image Description:
An informational graphic with different colored braille letters around the screen and centered is the words "PLAY TOUCH MAKE" spelled out in scrabble pieces. The graphic says "Envision Arts Gallery Presents, PLAY TOUCH MAKE with Clarke Reynolds, The Blind Braille Artist from Portsmouth, England. A creative arts and literacy workshop using color coded braille"

Clarke Reynolds arrives in Wichita TODAY! The excitement of hosting our first international artist at the Envision Arts ...
03/20/2024

Clarke Reynolds arrives in Wichita TODAY! The excitement of hosting our first international artist at the Envision Arts Gallery has set in far before today, but we can't wait to start working with Clarke to promote our and his mission of accessibility to art for all. Soon we will announce workshops, and exhibitions that Clarke will be hosting in Wichita so stay tuned for each of those exciting announcements.

Welcome to Wichita, KS, Clarke!

Image Descriptions: The first image shows Clarke Reynolds posing for a picture with 3 other people posing beside him. Behind them are pieces of Clarkes artwork hanging on the wall. The second image shows Clarke in actions making his braille artwork with yellow, blue and pink boards in front on him and each braille dot sorted by color in bins.

Happy Belated St. Patrick’s day from the Envision Arts Program! Let’s paint the town green and spread some luck of the I...
03/18/2024

Happy Belated St. Patrick’s day from the Envision Arts Program! Let’s paint the town green and spread some luck of the Irish with our creative minds! May your palette be filled with shades of emerald and your canvas dance with rainbows.💚🌈🍀

Cheers to a day filled with creativity, luck, and lots of shamrock smiles!

Image Descriptions:
The first image shows a close up image of a decorated shamrock sitting on a blue tray. The shamrock is decorated in green paint and gold glitter, a sharpie rainbow sitting above it. “Green grass” felt pieces glued to the bottom of the work of art. The second image shows an image of a pride student smiling and decorating his shamrock. He is using a paintbrush to put glue down on his paper and then putting crumpled up green tissue paper on top. The third image shows an ECDC student with a big smile while working on his shamrock in art class. His shamrock is a collage of different green materials, tissue paper, pipe cleaners, green gem stones and green markers. The final image shows a pride student in the studio jamming out with Sarah Kephart. He is decorating a shamrock picture while Sarah bangs on the bongo drums.

There is 5 days until the blind braille artist, Clarke Reynolds, arrives in Wichita, KS all the way from the UK to begin...
03/15/2024

There is 5 days until the blind braille artist, Clarke Reynolds, arrives in Wichita, KS all the way from the UK to begin preparing for his first solo American exhibition and our first international artists exhibition! We can't wait to welcome Clarke to Wichita and we only have a few more days of waiting.

More to come on Clarke Reynolds' exhibition that will be opening the first week of April, so stay tuned on our social media accounts or visit the gallery to make sure you don't miss any updates on this one-of-a-kind exhibition.

Image Description:
A yellow tinted image of Clarke Reynolds bending forward while using a paint brush. The image has a blue bar with big white text on it that reads "5 days until Clarke Reynolds arrives" with a white hand holding up 5 fingers.

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801 East Douglas, Suite 106
Wichita, KS
67202

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Friday 10am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm

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