Arts and Music

Performing Art & Installations

Art is part of our everyday life in Overland Park.Blackbird by Larry Young

Overland Park embraces art from free concerts to iconic art installations. The city's cultural amenities include live performances, sculpture and art collections.

You see examples of the city's art collections around every corner, from the permanent collections at the Overland Park Convention Center and community centers to sculptures in parks and the Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens.

Overland Park has a Public Art Master Plan that guides when, where and what type of art will be installed. Efforts are made by the city's arts coordinator and the Friends of the Overland Park Arts to ensure equity among wards.

You can visit the city's art installations with your smart phone, tablet as guide or in the comfort of your own home by using this collection tour link.

Our free, public musical performances are for audiences of all ages. We have children's concerts, seasonal performances by the Overland Park Civic Band and Overland Park Orchestra. 

Children's Entertainments at the OP Community Centers

Children's First Wednesday Fun: Entertainment for kids at 10 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month. Free admission. First Wednesdays

Sept. 2 - Priscilla Howe Stories and Puppets at TRCC

Oct. 7 - Stone Lion Puppet Theatre at TRCC

Nov. 4 - Rockin' Rob at MRCC

Dec. 20 - Stone Lion Puppet Theatre at TRCC

 

 

  

TRCC Art GalleryGallery Exhibitions

at the Tomahawk Ridge Community Center

There are year-round art exhibitions in the gallery at Tomahawk Ridge Community Center, Art at the Center. See the Art at the Center Exhibition Schedule page for details. The Gallery currently features the Plein Aire Show 2015, gallery open daily. Upcoming show the Human Experience and Abstract Exhibition.

For more information on Arts and Music programs, call Julie K. Bilyea at 913-344-8656