The mission of the Kansas City International Residency at the Artists Coalition is to bring artists from around the world together in order to build friendships and improve intercultural understanding.


KCAC Residency on Res Artis


Artist-in-Residence May-July 2017

Lynn Peters Lynn Peters Lynn Peters

Lynn Peters is a professor of sculpture, ceramics and design, currently teaching at Moraine Valley Community College in Chicago, IL.

Ms. Peters has worked in the art industry doing architectural restoration and in her own business making pottery for retail and wholesale markets.

​She studied at Sheridan School of Design, NY State University at Alfred and Rutgers University; and has completed traditional apprenticeships, both in production pottery making and mold and model making. 

​Nomadic by nature, she travels and works between Toronto, NYC, and Chicago.

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Artist-in-Residence July - August 2017

June LeeJune LeeJune Lee

June Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea. She studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago for her BFA and at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Fiber where she recieved her MFA. After graduating, she moved back to Korea, working and teaching in Seoul. She participates in many shows and residency programs all over the world.

“My work focuses on the individual in the contemporary society today. I explore the neutrality and duality of the individual as a distinct unit and again as a constituent of the collective society. In particular, I shed light on the social phenomena surrounding the individual in contemporary social space, especially on negative conditions such as bystander effect, mass psychology, scapegoating, and biases. Using East Asian element of the thread, which represents human life, to form human figure-like works, my art looks at the problems of the modern man from a third-person perspective”