Downtown Sculpture Walk
The 2023 Call for Entry is now closed.
The Downtown Sculpture Walk increases access to public art and contributes to the vision of creating a vibrant community. The annual temporary outdoor exhibit features local and national visual artists and greatly supports the revitalization of our award-winning downtown district. The Downtown Sculpture Walk is a collaboration between the City of Lee’s Summit Cultural Arts Division, the Lee’s Summit Arts Council and Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street, Inc.
Artists will be selected to install 3D sculptural works of art throughout Downtown Lee's Summit from May 2023 through May 2024.
Sculpture Walk Artist Agreement Template
Exhibit Your Artwork
The Cultural Arts Division is committed to presenting a range of ideas and artistic explorations that reflect the cultural diversity of Lee’s Summit and the Greater Kansas City Metro Region. Visual artists, artisans, craft guilds, and other organizations are invited to submit an application to have their work considered for a show in the lobby of either City Hall or Police Headquaters. Artists are selected on artistic quality and cultural significance that encourages public engagement and which fosters an appreciation for the arts. All work selected for exhibition must be ofprofessional quality and appropriate for a public business setting.
City Hall Exhibition Application
Proposals may be submitted year-round. Exhibit proposals are subject to availability of space, exhibit calendar, and internal review. The Cultural Arts Division will assist in the development and coordination of the exhibit.
Exhibit Your Artwork at Gamber Community Center
Lee's Summit Parks and Recreation oversees the curation of the gallery located in the lobby of Gamber Community Center. The lobby provides ample exhibit space for large-scale and group curated exhibits. Gamber Community Center hosts numerous classes and private events through out the year offering a steady flow of visitors to the facility.
To have your artwork considered for an exhibit at Gamber Community Center, call 816-969-1580.