EXHIBIT SCHEDULE


Art Camp, Ages 8-14, June 12-16, 9:00-11:30


       Thank You to these Supporting Community Partners

  • The Muchnic Foundation - Trustee
  • The Adair/Exchange Foundation - Gallery Support
  • The McConnaghy Foundation - Education Support
  • The Cloud L. Cray Foundation - Innovation Support
  • The Courtney S. Turner FDN - Facility Upgrade Support
  • AAEDC, City of Atchison, Atchison Chamber of Commerce,

             County of Atchison, Citizens of Atchison - Public Art

  • Members & Volunteers like YOU - Organizational Support














1885 Queen Ann Victorian Mansion

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Coming to the Muchnic

19th Century Atchison Architecture with Ted Peltzer.

May 31- July 30

The development of Atchison was influenced by public figures of national and international renown giving our buildings various tastes and styles.  Others, such as land speculations, bridge builders, railroad constructors architects and bankers also left their imprint.  The Atchison that one sees today is a reflection of these varied influences and demonstrations not only to the many different architectural styles of the time, but also the dissimilar backgrounds of the people who came here.


In 1976 Ted Peltzer and the Atchison Art Association realized a need for a permanent record of buildings and homes in Atchison's rich history.   This exhibit shows the different styles of victorian architecture in and around Atchison Kansas in 1976.  

Strengthening &

Transforming 

the Community

through Art.

 Mission:

Through education, outreach, and exhibition, our mission is to provide access to the arts and  avenues for artistic expression in the Atchison community and throughout the region.  

Muchnic Art Gallery

704 North 4th Street

Atchison, Kansas


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Muchnic Art Gallery

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Corbie Lynn ​Leslie is an artist without bounds.  Her works encompass every type and subject from portraits to landscapes, abstracts to realism.  Corbie’s exhibit “In Progress”, is a new collection of work never seen before, created purely from her intuition specifically for this show.  Her vast diversity of style, technique and medium are sure to inspire and mesmerize viewers.  

Masters Then & Now

​​Art Education

Held each year September - May for students K-12. Classes are held at The Atchison Library each Friday 2:00-3:30.


YOGA CLASSES



 Atchison Art Association is a 501c3

Charitable Organization