ADCI operates four galleries that display the curatorial and studio work of our students, faculty and visiting artists.

ShiftSpace Gallery

ADCI students have the unique opportunity to program events, curate exhibitions and exhibit their work at ShiftSpace, a working gallery located in downtown Wichita. Every month, thousands of people visit ShiftSpace during the citywide First Friday gallery crawl, making the work of ADCI students a crucial component to the thriving Wichita arts scene.   


Galleries in McKnight Art Center

An exhibiton at the Clayton Staples Gallery in McKnight Art Center.
Located in McKnight West Room 205, the Clayton Staples Gallery features the work of visiting artists and ADCI graduate students as well as faculty curatorial projects.
Photograph of works by Alexis Rivierre in the ProjectSpace gallery. A black mask, covered with small pieces of jagged, mirrored glass dominates the foreground. A pink crochet mask with silver earphones and a photograph of the artist wearing a mask made out of an American flag are pictured in the background.
Located in 204 McKnight Art Center (East), ProjectSpace is an experimental, student-run gallery that is active during the academic year.
A photograph of several colorful prints displayed in the PrintSpace gallery. The prints are attached to a line with wooden clothespins.
Located adjacent to one of the print media studios in McKnight Art Center North, PrintSpace is a venue for print media inspiration and a place to learn about new trends in this versatile studio arts area.

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