Six Shots to the Dome 

The finale of this fall's Electromediascope at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art completes a strong homecoming cycle. The latest series, titled Wave Energies FeedBack: 30 Years of Electronic Media at Kansas City Art Institute, closes tonight with video works by Heather Brown, Audra Brandt, Cortney Andrews, Don Bernier, Derric Eady and Timothy Hutchings. Among the pieces set to screen is Bernier's season-appropriate "Shelf Life," a 25-minute documentary about a science teacher who collects bones — especially skulls. Bay Area guitarist and electronic musician Christopher Willits, whose album Tiger Flower Circle Sun seems set to make some best-of lists at year's end (and who's also a KCAI alumnus), performs. The A/V party starts at 7 p.m. in the Nelson's Atkins Auditorium (4525 Oak, 816-751-1278). Reserve a free ticket at nelson-atkins.org.— Scott Wilson


Fri., Oct. 22, 7 p.m., 2010

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