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!

Happy Birthday Annie Jump Cannon: Announcing JUMP!STAR

December 11, 2017 | kate

Announcing Jump!Star, a project by artist George Ferrandi in collaboration with Symphony in the Flint Hills and Chamber Music at the Barn with financial support from the National Endowment for the Arts to bring rural and urban people together for arts programming throughout the Flint Hills region.

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Super Snowflake Saturday & Holiday Market

December 7, 2017 | kate

Linnebur & Miller and Harvester Arts bring you Super Snowflake Saturday with make & take snowflake craft station, Photos with Krampus, homemade bake sale, and a silent auction of cool vintage holiday items. The Harvester Arts Holiday Market offers artist-made gifts & holiday decor starting at $5. Artsy gift wrap service is available! All proceeds are split between participating artists and Harvester Arts.

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Art meets charity at the first annual ˈbäk-siŋ dā [Boxing Day] Final Friday

December 6, 2017 | kate

Art meets charity at the first annual ˈbäk-siŋ dā [Boxing Day] Final Friday December 29. Harvester Arts Community Fellows Kevin Kelly and Amanda Pfister will host the first annual bäk-siŋ dā. Celebrated the day after Christmas, the secular holiday Boxing Day emphasizes charitable giving. British in origin and dating to the Middle Ages, the tradition has never quite caught on in the United States.

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Harvester Arts Holiday Market is back!

November 14, 2017 | kate

Our annual fundraiser holiday market of local artisan crafts, ornaments, and baked goods is back! The market will be open Final Friday, Nov. 24 from 6-9 pom and then each Saturday through December 16th from 11am-3pm. Holiday themed items as well as a curated gift shop of artworks and handmade goods.

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October 13, 2017 | Kate Van Steenhuyse

Living and Sustaining a Creative Life is panel discussion and community conversation. All visiting artists are contributors to Sharon Louden’s book The Artist As Cultural Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life and will act as catalysts to the local community for conversations about the role artists play in community.

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