Rocket Talk: Judith G. Levy and Jessica Borusky on “Persona and Place”

Saturday, February 6th, a comfortable crowd gathered to sit in a few rows of chairs, set to one side of the “Traces and Trajectories” exhibition. The show had its opening debut the night before, at  Charlotte Street Foundation’s La Esquina gallery. Jessica Borusky and Judith G. Levy are current and former Rocket Grant recipients, and…

Discrete Curiosity

We want to thank all of the amazing artists that participated in the Discrete Curiosity cabinet displays. It was wonderful to hear them present their work in the context of other objects, and we look forward to watching their careers continue to flourish. Many thanks to the Charlotte Street Foundation, the KU Spencer Museum of Art,…

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

    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…

This Saturday, Discrete Curiosity launches new artist work

This Saturday, July 12th at 3:00 pm, The Discrete Curiosity Project will launch its second round of artist work at the Johnson County Library Central Resource Branch.  July’s cabinet features the work of Cheryl Eve Acosta and Michael Curry.  Cheryl is the creator of wearable art, and Michael is an innovator in the 3D print…

This Saturday Discrete Curiosity launches Set 01: “HYBRID” artist work

For us, art is a process of exploration and constant research.  It’s taking something common to an uncommon extreme. This Saturday Yair Keshet and Elizabeth Lovett are pleased to present the first round of artist work to be displayed in the Discrete Curiosity cabinet. In this set of objects we’ve found a thread of investigations…

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

    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…

Field Trip Publishing to Release Project FTx06!

Field Trip Publishing presents: The Ltd. Ed. Record Store Day Re-Release of… “OBSESSION” by L/A/Z/Y Featuring eight feet of limited edition packaging design with hand-printed hidden messages & the cut-n-wear decoder mask set! (Available: 20) Record Store Day: April 19th, 2014 11am – 5pm Only @ Mills Record Company 314 Westport Road KCMO w/ a…

NV in KC to screen at the Nelson-Atkins, 3/27

NV in KC: A Story About Artists and Envy in Kansas City Thursday 3/27/14 7-8:30 p.m. | Atkins Auditorium FREE | Tickets required Join artist and director Judith G. Levy for a screening of her film about the vibrant world of present-day Kansas City. Well-known local performers, such as Erin McGrane, Shannon Michalski, De De DeVille…

Music for Memory Cloud installation and NV in KC film clip on tv tonight

Recently a percussionist from The Eastman School of Music was inspired to create Marimba composition to be performed under my interactive installation, Memory Cloud, at a museum, The Memorial Art Gallery, in Rochester, NY. I was so excited about this. And some other good news is that tonight, Thursday, 12/5 at 10 pm, CinemaKC will show…

Five Alive! Field Trip Publishing Projects FTX01 – 05!

Hello There!  Field Trip Publishing is a Kansas City based collaborative project founded and staffed by Eric Dobbins and Kelly John Clark. Field Trip enables locally – based artists to explore new possibilities in their own work by providing technical and conceptual direction in the areas of merchandising, promotion, and limited – edition multiple production. Oh boy! Here are…

Discrete Curiosity is Live!

The curiosity cabinet is alive and making its way around the Kansas City downtown. Showcasing the KC area talent and mixing in some outsiders, this rover is sure to inspire you to find the connections between your own curiosities and the pursuits of others.  Stay tuned for location announcements and artist introductions. More information about…