Our exhibition programming is open to all art forms, with a strong emphasis on visual installation and performance art. Guest artists are invited to spend two-week residencies in Wichita and complete an installation of new work. Discussion sessions, artist talks and other events reinforce connections and foster interactions. Local artists and writers, student groups, and community members access the guest artist’s creative process and respond with new work in response through satellite exhibitions, essays and events.
Chloe Bass is the Harvester Arts Summer 2017 resident artist. Selected for her focus on minority communities, her involvement with Black Lives Matter, and the community research-based nature of her artwork.
Wichita Broadsides Project is a collaboration between local artists and poets. Join the fun and find out more on the Happening page.
Satellite Artists Regina Klenjoski, Corbie Leiker and Kaitlyn Wall working in response to Cheyla Clawson Chandler’s frames & facades project in February 2017.
Living and Sustaining a Creative Life in Kansas panel discussion, book launch, and community conversation. Participating panelists include Sharon Louden, Chloe Bass, Courtney Fink, Jayme McLellan, and Alison Wong. See our Happening page for more information.
Interested in participating with Harvester Arts? Harvester Arts is open to all art forms but does focus on installation and performative projects. Our residencies offer an opportunity for an artist to develop and experiment. For the public, a Harvester Arts residency is an exposure to art-related ideas and creative processes. Resident artists are encouraged to engage with the public, though this is not a specific requirement for application or residency. Please complete the application form for consideration.