Photo of Cary Esser and Mo Dickens courtesy of Mo Dickens
Mo Dickens, Captain at the Belger Art Center
And ArtsKC Special Correspondent at NCECA
If you’ve never been to The Belger Art Center in the Crossroads, NCECA would be the time to do it. Not only will you get to see the show “Every Semester” which celebrates two decades of the Kansas City Art Institute Ceramics department, but you will also have the pleasure of meeting Kansas City’s Darling, Mo Dickens. Mo has been a champion of artists and makers in Kansas City from the moment he and his wife, KCAI Ceramics Chair, Cary Esser, moved to Kansas City in 1996. Mo will be just one of a few Kansas Citians who will be reporting on NCECA through the ArtsKC Instagram as a special correspondent!
Belger Arts Center, 2100 Walnut, Now – March 19, 2016
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