July Exhibition

Ada Koch | Hope Forward

artist's website

The Bunker Center for the Arts proudly presents: Ada Koch's exhibition, "Hope Forward."

Ada's exhibition at the Bunker coincides with her current contribution to the Art in the Loop program with her KC Streetcar Vehicle Wrap. She has transformed a KC Streetcar into a field of red poppies in a work titled Hope & Gratitude.


Our exhibition of her work encompasses 4 galleries for the month of July and can be viewed online and by appointment.

Ada has been a visual artist/activist/teacher in KC for 28 years, teaching at the Nelson-Atkins Museum, serving on local boards to promote the local art scene, and working with newspapers, magazines and radio stations to promote her work against violence. Her art is worldwide in notable collections including the Nelson-Atkins Museum, the Stowers Institute, JD Reece Company, and Overland Park City Hall to name a few.

Experience the  virtual opening reception Friday July 3rd at 7 p.m.. There will be a walk-through of new and recent work; Ada will deliver an artist talk as well as a few surprises.

View exhibition in person by appointment only, mask required. Call 816.866.8350 or message us at thebunkercenter*@*gmail.com

 business hours
Currently open by appointment only
Click HERE to view the archived, livestreamed Artist talk from July 3, at 7 p.m.

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1014 E 19th Street, Kansas City, MO 64108

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