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Tuesday, July 16 2013

Brad Ultican’s exhibit ranges from high detail “folk realism” graphite pencil drawings and hand printed etchings, to digital photography of distinct American scenes taken from his various trips throughout the country.  He strives to create unique perspectives into the culture, nature, and aesthetics of good ol’ Americana.  Recently, his work was featured at the Prairie Village Art Fair and the Omaha Summer Arts Festival.

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Tuesday, July 16 2013

This Sac and Fox legend explains their sacred relationship to all creation. The legend tells of twelve boys who journey into the unknown lands and strike a bargain with two spirits they meet on the road. On behalf of the Sac and Fox people and their survival, each boy sacrifices himself to be transformed into a sacred presence in the natural world. 

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Tuesday, July 16 2013

The 1855 Harris-Kearney House Museum provided a backdrop for filming the preview of “Adira,” the latest Hidden District Studios endeavor.  Located at 4000 Baltimore, in Kansas City, MO, the 1855 Harris-Kearney House is the oldest remaining residence in Kansas City.  The house was built by the Harris family in 1855, and is now a museum owned and operated by the Westport Historical Society. 

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