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Tortoise Gallery reopens in Halstead & other Kansas Art World New 2-22-17


Tortoise Gallery reopens in Halstead

As the demand for commissioned artwork increased, the artist decided to reopen her gallery in a smaller space so she could meet with clients, have a retail space and be able to hold classes. Events such as a paint night, children’s party and other …

Theatre opens new art gallery

Great Plains Theatre has announced the opening of the Dieter Concert Hall Art Gallery within its walls. The gallery, currently featuring works from artists such as Jim Hagan, Anita Wong and Inga Bow, was created in hopes of encouraging visitors to …

Professor has taken ‘selfie’ every day for last 30 years

But he recognizes the ubiquity of the “selfie” — a word that didn’t become widespread until this decade — has helped raise the profile of the project, which has been exhibited in art galleries in Boston, New York City and elsewhere over the years …and moreᅠ»

Wastedland 2: Artists Bring Unique Film Screening to Kansas City –

Collaborative artists foster revolutionary ideas while thriving off each other’s creativity. Jaclyn Danger, co-founder of screening collective The Cannonball Roarers, hosted a unique “secret screening” in an undisclosed location of Kansas City. Danger …

Kansas City Artists Forge Creative Collaborations While Co-Working

The Cherry Pit Collective opened in 2016 near the corner of 31st and Cherry in midtown Kansas City. The communal space offers artist studios, classes to the public and community. They’re located in an area that now has a cluster of creative businesses.

Annual ArtsKC awards luncheon will draw a who’s who in the arts community

Each winner will receive a piece of art crafted by Rachelle Gardner-Roe, who uses lace in her sculptures and drawings. ArtsKC each year chooses a Kansas City artist to create the physical awards. The Kansas City Boys Choir, MoonDrop Circus and Xiangyuᅠ…

UMKC arts campus: State funding moves forward, but Senate looms as obstacle –

Noel Shull, a Kansas City Republican, would authorize the Missouri Health and Educational Facilities Authority to issue up to $48 million in bonds as the state’s share for UMKC’s $96 million effort to build its arts campus. It would be on the western …

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