Visual Arts Highlights & Classes

The Adventures of PennyFarman | Digital Animation by Tony M. Fowler

Published with permission from Tony M. Fowler

Force Ten Studio

 by Tony M. Fowler

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The Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture® had the immense pleasure of partnering with the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in bringing, Tony M. Fowler, a notable Deaf American Artist, to the Kansas City area on September 10th, 2016, to share about how he creates surrealistic illustrations into digital animations. Patrons had the pleasure to view his "Exhibition of Loyalty" in it's entirety.  It is now available for rent or purchase, check it out here.   Not only does he do digital animations, he also creates surrealistic and symbolic illustrations in print for purchase. 

Visual Arts Classes

The Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture® is excited to expand the Visual Arts Program by providing patrons a rich, immersive experience learning various visual art forms from diverse, talented Deaf instructors.  If you are an artist and would love to teach a class at MDHAC please contact us!

CLASSES currently offered: 

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MUSEUM OF DEAF HISTORY, ARTS & CULTURE   (formerly DEAF CULTURAL CENTER)

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