Fisch Haus occupies a warehouse space in Wichita’s Commerce Street Art District and is a non-profit, artist cooperative, home to several working artists, a studio and exhibition space. The gallery has enjoyed great popularity and respect on the local art scene, and continues to operate since 1990, organising innovative and thought-provoking shows. Some of the artists represented by Fisch Haus include Patrick Duegaw, known for his rebellious style of painting, Elizabeth Jane Stevenson whose work sits on the boundary between architecture and art, as well as Kent Williams, Eric Schmidt and Jamie Tabor. In addition to exhibitions and other exciting art projects, Fisch Haus’s calendar features a number of special community events such as 1st Tuesday Talks led by the local organisation Creative Rush which allows artists, art professionals and the public to mingle and exchange ideas.
Fisch Haus, 524 S. Commerce St., Wichita, KS, USA, +1 316 200 5200