Garry and Megan talk about ENVY!

Garry and Megan talk about ENVY from Judith G. Levy on Vimeo.

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 [...]

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, [...]

Ascent 2 Balloon Project Update

We are now in the video editing and production phase of the project. I met with a couple of faculty from KCAI yesterday afternoon and started laying out the framework for the full dome video. [...]

Words from Hank Will

When researching people around the area who raise and care for chickens, I stumbled upon an article by Hank Will, Editor of GRIT Magazine. This article reaveled what I felt to be a shared [...]

Public Forum with Art Practical

LOOSED OF LIMITS AND IMAGINARY LINES. February 2nd, 2012, 7 PM, Epperson Auditorium at the Kansas City Art Institute. Forget about the concept of a regional aesthetic, an all-encompassing [...]

WE! video documentary now online

WE! Film By Jane Gotch and Reid Bangert Produced and Directed by: Jane Gotch and Mark Southerland WE!, performed March 24th-April 3rd, 2011 was a collaborative, installation dance performance [...]

Project Description

The Story of Chickens: A Revolution “The Story of Chickens: A Revolution” by artist Amber Hansen will debut in March 2012 with a ceremonial ribbon cutting for a chicken coop on wheels, and the [...]

Artist Statement

The Story of Chickens employs experiential knowledge to shrink the gap between understanding ourselves, our environment, and the impact of our actions on the natural world. As sustainability [...]

An Introduction

As a child and adolescent, I spent much of my time caring for animals and drawing pictures. These were the endeavors I enjoyed most. As an adult I have pursued a career in visual art. The journey [...]

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