PLUG projects & Los Caminos present ‘Take Shelter’


TAKE SHELTER March 31 – April 21, 2012 Work By: Ah-ram Park, Yoonmi Nam, Erika Lynne Hanson, and Leo Esquivel Los Caminos, in conjunction with Plug Projects, presents TAKE SHELTER, an exhibition featuring Kansas City area artists Ah-ram Park, Yoonmi Nam, Erika Lynne Hanson, and Leo Esquivel, whose practices navigate the domestic sphere through photography, … Continue reading

PLUG Projects interview on Bad At Sports


Follow this link to listen to the Art Practical interview with PLUG Projects team members Cory Imig, Nicole Mauser, Amy Kligman, Caleb Taylor and Misha Kligman. The interview was recorded at the gallery space during the Art Practical visit to Kansas City in early February. Patricia Maloney edited and produced the podcast for Bad At Sports. a … Continue reading

Discourse about Discourse

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Dialogue about dialogue. That’s how we spent Thursday night, at the Art Practical Open Forum at KCAI. Patricia Maloney’s publication, an online forum based in the San Francisco Bay area, demonstrates that its possible to contribute in a meaningful way to the local critical dialogue while gaining national visibility and readership, given some committed contributors … Continue reading

Art Writing = Critical


Recently Plug hosted a meetup of writers, bloggers, artists, and editors to a casual open forum to discuss critical writing and its place in the Kansas City arts ecosystem. The meeting opened with an invitation to speak to the history of criticism in KC; venues and projects of the past, what is working already and what … Continue reading

PLUG PROJECTS first solo show : MULTI-CHANNEL : an exhibition in flux


MULTI-CHANNEL : an exhibition in flux”: A solo show with work by Andrew Schell January 20 – March 3, 2012 “Multi-Channel” by Andrew Jacob Schell is an environment of paintings, performances, sound, video surveillance and Internet presence.  Schell’s ideas regarding systems, artificial organism structures, interactions of parts within the whole, and control vs. chance will … Continue reading

Critique Night II at PLUG Projects

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PLUG PROJECTS 1613 Genessee Street Kansas City, MO 64102 Thursday, January 12, 2012 6-8pm Join us this Thursday for our second critique with Blair Schulman and our guest moderators Corey Antis and Sean Kelley. We will be looking at the work of Pat Alexander, Mark Cowardin and Neil Lawley. PLUG PROJECTS will be regularly hosting … Continue reading

PLUG Projects invites you to follow their blog!


Follow guest bloggers and posts from the PLUG team at: You can also find out more about their curated exhibits, critique nights and other adventurous programming here.

PLUG projects travels to Chicago

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This past weekend PLUG projects traveled to Chicago to attend the Hand in Glove conference organized by threewalls and the newly formed Alliance of Independent Arts Organizers (AIAO).  It was an amazing weekend with presenters and representatives from all over the United States.  We talked about alternative residencies, funding options for artists and for artists … Continue reading

Welcome Natalie Popovic Schuh: PLUG projects first guest curator

PLUG is excited to host Natalie Schuh as our first guest curator.  During each exhibition PLUG will host one international guest curator who will create online satellite exhibitions having to do with the current exhibition.  Our blog acts as a curatorial extension to our physical space at 1613 Genessee. We will feature artists whose work relates … Continue reading


Living Arrangements PLUG PROJECTS Inaugural Exhibition PLUG PROJECTS 1613 Genessee Street Kansas City, MO  64102 featuring Katie Bell, Alika Cooper, Julie Green, and Tom Gregg September 23 – November 4, 2011 Opening reception: Friday, September 23rd; 6-9pm Gallery Hours: Saturday, 10am-5pm and by appointment The artists selected for “Living Arrangements” attempt to make the familiar … Continue reading


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