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Ike and Mamie Tell Their Story

After a year closed to the public, the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas, has reopened with a new exhibit. The first major exhibit redesign since the 1970s

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New Players Expand KC Theater Scene

Kansas City theater is all about starting small. What became Kansas City Repertory Theatre, for example, began at UMKC as a summer repertory company that performed in an un-air-conditioned space

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Julius A. Karash on Business and the Arts: KCAI Sponsored Studio Provides Business with Art Services and Students with Real-World Experience

When UMB Financial Corp. wanted streetscape art to illustrate space it was providing for the School of Economics, a nonprofit that teaches children about business, it contacted the Kansas City Art Institute. “They needed a streetscape of small business storefronts and a city hall,” said Randy Williams, the art institute’s senior director of corporate programs. […]

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Ike and Mamie Tell Their Story

After a year closed to the public, the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas,
has reopened with a new exhibit. The first major exhibit redesign since the 1970s offers what museum officials describe as a “new lens” through which to meet Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower, appropriately titled: “Ike and Mamie tell their story.”

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Honors | Zigmunds Priede: From Refugee to Master Printer

For one of the final shows in its River Market space before relocating in Tower East, the Kansas City Artists Coalition chose to honor distinguished artist and educator Zigmunds Priede. Priede, a master printer who honed his craft at Universal Limited Art Editions in New York, where he worked alongside high-profile artists like Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and Helen Frankenthaler, was also a major presence in the art department at Johnson County Community College.

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