FIFTY at FIFTY FIFTY opens Friday, Apr. 15th

April 15th – June 3rd, 2016 50/50, 1628 Wyoming St., Kansas City, Missouri 64102 In this exhibition over fifty resources are presented by half local and half national artists, musicians, children, curators, archivists, as well as those from varying titles or titles in-between. These resources are displayed in a manner that encourages interaction within the…

50/50 Inaugural Exhibition CO-HOST Now On View

A little less than 12 weeks ago had you driven by 50/50 you would have seen two non-descript shipping containers situated on a freshly repaved parking lot. Driving by the containers’ home at 1628 Wyoming today and you will find a much different view, a fully operational and sustainable off grid gallery. The gallery opened on Friday, August…

Embracing “Risky” (Parent-Teacher Conference)

Embracing “Risky”: Necessity of the “art of” (and perhaps one reason why Kansas City, Missouri public schools have academic woes) People find the fact that I’m working on a grant-funded documentary related to exploring the climate of public education in Kansas City, Missouri, fascinating. Often, the next question asked is related to what my “position”…

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…