Upcoming Events

W 39th St: Art From Here Opening Reception

Friday,  August 2nd 6-9pm

Poetry Reading

6-9pm on July 26th

Current Exhibition

W 39th St: Art From Here

 

An Exhibition of Works by Local Artists with a connection to 39th St

Reception August 2nd 6-9:00pm

Showing Works by:

Onnissia Harries,Benjamin Parks, Hubbard Savage, Wes Casey, Brittany Marie Noriega, Troy McEvers, Roy McDonald, Dylan Bond, Dani Coronado, Katherine C. Bello, Michael Cawthon, Linda Jurkiewicz, Dora Agbas, Austin McDaniel, F. Max Fearing, Eli Pupovac, Paper Monkey, Bianca Fields, Desiree Warren, Jim Needham & Chelsea Klamm

Closing Reception August 31st, 5–9pm

Contact
(816) 200-2554
emily@smalterart.com

Address
1802 W 39th St, Kansas City, MO 64111
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Sunday & Monday
Closed

Tuesday
10am – 6pm

Wednesday
10am – 6pm

Thursday
10am – 6pm

Friday
11am – 7pm

Saturday
11am – 7pm

Our Mission

The Smalter Gallery is a resource and advocate for both emerging and experienced artists.

The goal of the Smalter Gallery is to create a welcoming space for artists, so that they may make tangible their greatest aspirations. This is accomplished through close relationships with artists and comprehensive support packages that help the artist reach a wider audience. The gallery maintains an open door policy intended to encourage artists to feel comfortable sharing their concerns and questions with the gallery team.

The gallery aims to curate an experience that leaves every patron – from a first-time buyer to an avid collector – feeling welcomed and comfortable.

Our Vision

The Smalter Gallery is held accountable to both its represented artists and its patrons.

We aim to create a space in which our artists feel guided, valued and cared for. Our patrons will feel they have been welcomed into a place where art can be experienced free of the pressure, fear or stress. The Smalter Gallery team is passionate, compassionate, non-judgmental and always enthusiastic about supporting new methods of creative expression. The gallery hopes to serve as a second home and lighthouse for new artists exploring and expanding their craft. The gallery will not exclude, ostracize or shame patrons or artists for any reason, and will encourage patrons and makers of all ages, races, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

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