Byproduct: Two-part series on Temporary Art Review

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Byproduct: The Laundromat has been featured in Temporary Art Review! It’s a two-part series, featuring essays by John Helling, a librarian and Outreach Coordinator with the Johnson County Public Library system and Sean M. Starowitz, the project organizer. The Walnut Place Laundromat- John Helling Unfolding socially-engaged art practices- Sean M. Starowitz Temporary Art Review is … Continue reading

City Shelves: Mainsail Collection at the Walnut Place Laundromat

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City Shelves are small, themed collections of books placed strategically around Kansas City in locations where people have a little bit of spare time.  The idea is to enable people to use that spare time to do something it’s harder and harder to find time to do these days:  sit down and escape into a … Continue reading

Byproduct: City Shelves Curated By John Helling

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City Shelves are small, themed collections of books placed strategically around Kansas City in locations where people have a little bit of spare time.  The idea is to enable people to use that spare time to do something it’s harder and harder to find time to do these days:  sit down and escape into a … Continue reading

Laundromat Symposium, March 11th at 5:30

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Laundromat Symposium on Monday, March 11th at 5:30 PM: Alternative Space/Experimental Programming: Experimental Space/Alternative Programming Predetermined Participants: John Helling, Outreach Administrator at the Johnson County Public Library Sean Starowitz, Artist, Cultural Worker, Baker at Farm to Market Bread Co. Questions: How do various institutions use programming?  Can traditional institutions use experimental programs to expand their audience … Continue reading

Laundromat Symposium: Experimental Programming/Alternative Space

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Laundromat Symposiums are open to the public and will address various topics and ideas in which participants will actually do their laundry. Rather than reinforcing the roles of academic panel and attentive audience, invited guests in this series will come prepared with questions and various experiences to stimulate and guide public discourse. The conversation between … Continue reading

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