The Raymore Arts Commission invites you to explore the rich and creative arts community we are building here in our city. Since its creation in 2015, the commission and its members have worked to bring more artistic opportunities to our residents — both artists and non-artists alike.
The Arts Commission oversees a number of arts projects including:
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Saturday, Aug. 24 // 6-10 p.m. // Centerview, 227 Municipal Circle
Come join us! Browse and purchase art and handmade items from local artists and makers, draw on our enormous chalk boards, take part in our community art project, watch artist demonstrations, participate in arts and crafts for all ages and enjoy live entertainment from Cass County's first community band– Sounds of South Kansas City Community Band, Betse & Clarke and The Heat!
We've got food! Daddy Oh's Diner on 2 Wheels will be serving up hot dogs from their brand new cart, or treat yourself to delicious ice cream from Brain Freeez Ice Cream Co.'s "Coool Bus." Embrace the Grape Beverage Catering will be on site with cold beer and refreshing wine for the adults! Food and drink vendors accept cash and cards.
The Pop-up Art Project: Relax in Raymore returns to Summer Scene once again! Colorful and uniquely designed Adirondack chairs will line the lawn at Centerview and prizes will be awarded for favorites in different categories! You can learn more and apply to have your own chair in the contest at www.raymore.com/popupart.
Interested in being a vendor? Download our artist and exhibitor application at www.raymore.com/summerscene. Handcrafted art and goods only, please. No direct sales
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Be sure to check out Ethan Holman's art in the City Hall Council Chambers gallery!
Holman graduated from Raymore-Peculiar School District's Ray-Pec High School this May. He enjoys working with various mediums, as you can see from the variety of pieces.
Holman is enrolled at MCC Longview, where he is pursuing an associates degree in art and intends to further his education after that at Missouri State University.
The gallery is open to the public 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and during public meetings after hours.