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Remembering Lester Goldman

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Friends, family, and colleagues will remember the late artist and Kansas City Art Institute professor Lester Goldman at a memorial service this weekend. By Laura Spencer

Kansas City, MO – Friends, family, and colleagues will remember the late artist and Kansas City Art Institute professor Lester Goldman at a memorial service this weekend. During the last few months of his life, Goldman?s work was on display in a number of venues?a new painting at the Dolphin, a drawing at the Jan Weiner Gallery summer group show, a solo show with new sculptures from the past two years at the KCAI Crossroads Gallery. KCUR?s Laura Spencer visited with his family and colleague Warren Rosser last month as they installed Issachar?s Surveillance for a tribute show at Epsten Gallery and has this report.

Memorial Service
in honor of Lester Goldman

Saturday, November 26, 2005
3:30 ? 4:30 pm

Community Christian Church
4601 Main Street
Kansas City, Missouri

For more about the life and work of Lester Goldman:
Lester Goldman?s website,
an interview with Janet Rose, published in the Summer 2005 issue of Review, an essay about Lester Goldman?s selection as a 2001 Charlotte Street Foundation winner.

Check here for recent articles about Lester Goldman?s work.

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