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Medical Missions | Art for the Children

Join us on January 26th for Art for the Children: An Intimate Gallery Experience. This new event format is for our fine art lovers, focusing on the art and artists traditionally featured in our gala. Dress up and enjoy a night at Kim Weinberger’s chic gallery in the Crossroads district. With an exclusive high-end auction, custom drinks and hors d’oeuvres, this is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

Purchase tickets here -> Tickets are limited.

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Bid on several exclusive art experiences including:

Jane Booth

Jane Booth | Spring Hill

Jane Booth lives and works on a ranch overlooking broad, open vistas of native prairie, water, and sky, and uses this environment as a foundation for her work.  Schooled in ceramics, Booth pursued her love of sculpture and working with her hands by becoming a steel cutter and welder before she turned to fine art.  This background continues to inform her paintings, which create a visceral sense of space and depth.

Jane Booth and Kim Weinberger, owner of Weinberger Fine Art, will host an evening at Jane’s studio complete with food and wine.  

  • 20 people approximately 

  • Hosted by Jane Booth and Kim Weinberger

  • Food prepared by Jane and Kim

  • Unique studio space and beautiful location in Spring Hill

Linda Lighton | Tower East

Join Linda Lighton and Weinberger Fine Art for a artist talk and cocktail reception with spirits from Tom’s Town Distillery at the artist’s studio.

Lighton Flower

Linda Lighton is a fervent arts advocate, artist, and activist. Linda Lighton’s studio is located in the Tower East neighborhood of Kansas City. Lighton received a BFA with honors from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1989 and then studied painting and ceramics, 1976-1978, at the University of Idaho. Her work has mostly been based in organic forms from nature and lately the glorification of violence and the elements that inflict them. Thus, flowers, pods and crystals have grown guns, gas pumps, bullets and lipsticks as the proliferation of war implements flower in our American lifestyle.

  • 15 people approximately

  • Hosted by Linda Lighton and Weinberger Fine Art

  • Located at Linda’s studio in the Allsman building

Robert Quackenbush | Beacon Hill

Quackenbush home and studio

Robert Quackenbush started painting when he was 25. In 2005, he and his wife, Merry, moved to Leawood Kansas from New York City. Since coming to the mid-West, Robert has been in 19 one-person shows and 11 group shows. His work is in private and corporate collections and he has a teaching practice known as StudioQ.  In 2016, Robert and Merry moved to their incredible new home and studio in Beacon Hill (the East Crossroads) in Kansas City. Their vision was to live downtown, participate in the city’s culture and enjoy the ever-changing urban skyline.

Join Robert and Merry Quackenbush and Weinberger Fine Arts with 18 of your best friends for a fun-filled evening of conversation, food and art in their new Beacon Hill surroundings. Hor doeuvres and wine catered by Michael and Nancy Smith.

Mutually agreeable date. To be booked within one year.

Wine Tasting at Weinberger Fine Art (2 experiences)

Andrea Bartender

Enjoy an evening at Weinberger Fine Art for a wine tasting with light hors d'oeuvres for up to 50 people. Weinberger Fine Art’s location is in the heart of Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts district at 114 Southwest Blvd. The gallery, which is housed in a renovated historic industrial building, has almost 5,000 square feet of exhibition space.  Ample natural light, original architectural details, and a warm modern aesthetic make the space a unique and inviting art destination.

  • 50 people approximately (great for work parties!)

  • Charcuterie spread from Moxie

  • Case of wine from Cellar Rat





Earlier Event: January 20
Later Event: February 2
First Friday Members' Event