Discrete Curiosity Displays the work of Cheryl Eve Acosta and Michael Curry

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    The Discrete Curiosity Project recently launched the exhibit of another round of amazing artist work.  This month the cabinet, located at JOCO library’s Central Resource Branch, is hosting the 3-D plotted wonders of Michael Curry and the material explorations of Cheryl Eve Acosta.  Michael’s work features a prosthetic hand, lego-zombies, and a host of … Continue reading

Beep Goes The Weasel June 29 at Boulevard Drive-In – kids welcome

Take the kids to Boulevard Drive-In this Sunday night! The PG selection includes the double feature: How to Train Your Dragon 2 – PG @ 9:20PM Transformers 4 – PG13 @ 11:00PM Gates open @ 7:30pm 1051 Merriam Ln, Kansas City, KS 2014 Award winning project BEEP GOES THE WEASEL will be there on Sunday June 29, 2014 … Continue reading

Hard 50 Farm Zine Mobile: Official Launch this weekend in Lawrence!

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On Saturday June 14th the 2013 Rocket Grants project Hard 50 Farm Zine Mobile had a soft launch at the Johnson County Resource Library, and close to 100 people stopped by to check it out. Now, here’s your chance to attend the official launch of the zine mobile this coming weekend at Wonder Fair Gallery … Continue reading

The Discrete Curiosity Project launches its first exhibition of artist work, June 14, 3PM.

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    Please join Elizabeth Lovett and Yair Keshet from 2011 Rocket Grants Award winning project Discrete Curiosity as they debut their innovative display system for  artists’ work in public spaces. The Johnson County Public Library, Central Resources Branch, 9875 West 87th Street,Overland Park, KS 66212 June 14, 2014, 3pm The library will host the launch of the Discrete Curiosity … Continue reading

If Da Dirt Could Talk performances scheduled June 13, 14, 15

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Please join 2013 Rocket Grants Award recipients Nedra Bonds and Dr. Nancy Dawson for the culmination of their project If Da Dirt Could Talk. There will be three performances of Dr. Dawson’s play Stories From Da Dirt at venues around Wyandotte County, KS, over the weekend of June 13-15: Friday, June 13, 2 PM, New … Continue reading

Vox Narro presents a cultural celebration of Kansas City’s Liberian community

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Please join Michelle Pond, Judith Towse Roberts & Rhiannon Ross, Kansas City artists, writers and members of Rocket Grants 2012 Award winning team Vox Narro, for an afternoon celebrating Kansas City’s Liberian community. Saturday June 14, 2014, at 2 PM North-East branch library, 6000 Wilson Road, Kansas City RSVP appreciated The program will include Liberian poetry, performance … Continue reading

2014-15 Rocket Grants Awards announced!

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Charlotte Street Foundation and the Spencer Museum of Art are delighted to announce this year’s selections to receive Rocket Grants Awards, a program funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. A selection panel composed of both national and local jurors – Kemi Ilesanmi, New York, Juan William Chávez, St. Louis, David Loewenstein, … Continue reading

First Lady? Showing Now!

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  We’re open! So excited to be open and running this fabulous show, we continue to get amazing reviews and wonderful compliments about De De Deville’s first work.   Please read our review in The Examiner HERE And purchase your tickets HERE for our our final performances! Monday May 12, 2014 – 8pm Friday May 16, 2014 … Continue reading

First Lady? Get Ready!

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Here comes the First Lady! We open this Friday during First Fridays at the Fishtank Performance Studio. Click here for tickets or pick up at the door for one of our many performances: Friday May 02, 2014 – 8pm Saturday May 03, 2014 – 8pm Sunday May 04, 2014 – 5pm Friday May 09, 2014 – 8pm … Continue reading

Civilian Stories: Waiting To Close–A Latent Sculpture Park (or: A Land Bank and its Discontents)

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Front/Space, Civilian Stories, and the Marlborough Community Coalition present Waiting to Close, an installation by metal artist, photographer, and designer Charles Brown, along with photography from Wes Landis and residents from the neighborhoods that form the Marlborough Community Coalition. In the summer of 2013, Charles Brown was approved to purchase the vacant lot at 8211 Brooklyn Avenue … Continue reading

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