Documenting a Disaster: the Flood of 1993 Through the Lens of Kenneth L. Kieser is on view from July 6 – October 22 at the Kansas City Museum. This exhibit is a thirty year look back at the flood of 1993 through the lens of outdoor photographer Kenneth L. Kieser and his images of areas hard hit along the Missouri River. This exhibit compares the flood to others in Kansas City’s history over the last 175 years and describes the unique weather events that led to the flood. Mostly on view are over two dozen remarkable photos that remind us of just how powerful Mother Nature can be.
The exhibit is free to the public and is located in the Meeting Room & Education Space on the third floor of the Kansas City Museum.