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Thu December 3, 2009
New Installation of American Indian Art at JCCC
In November 2009, two installations of American Indian Art opened in the Kansas City metropolitan area: at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and on the campus of Johnson County Community College.
By Laura Spencer
Kansas City, MO – Across the campus of Johnson County Community College, there are 450 works of art on display. This includes 50 works of American Indian art from the Pacific Northwest to the Southwest and Plains now in a permanent installation in the Regnier Center, adjacent to the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.
"Collection Focus: Contemporary American Indian Art" in the Regnier Center, JCCC. Collection of the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art - JCCC (There are 900 works of art in the permanent collection.)