If you live in the Kansas City area, check out this show! Presented by Village, the event features local designers, artists and musicians, and it benefits a good cause. Details below.
Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
12345 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS 66210
About the Event:
"In flea-market-like-manner photographers, painters, designers, musicians, etc. will be given space to show/sell their work.
On the stage we will have The Cherry Tree Parade, The Abracadabras, and DJgroup The Nomathmatics playing throughout the evening. Meanwhile models will be walking down the runway showing off clothing from the 6 participating designers.
With this show we want to draw much needed attention to Human Trafficking, which seems to be a well kept secret. To do this we will be sharing information about Human Trafficking with the crowd and 10% of the money raised from this show will go to Hope House, which deals with Human Trafficking."
Here are some styles from Lawrence-based designer Mary Bellamy's collection. Bellamy is featured in Friday's show. (Photos courtesy of Mary Bellamy).