Kansas City Black Artists Directory

Representation Matters. It has often been said that the most segregated time in America is Sunday morning. The vast majority of Black churchgoers make their way to Black places of worship, and the vast majority of white Americans make their way to white places of worship. The same can be said for our Hispanic, Asian-American […]

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Gallery Glance: Poignant Photograph by Philip Heying is Part of Spencer Museum’s “Healing, Knowing, Seeing the Body” Exhibit

I NEED A KIDNEY. Hand-scrawled across an old billboard, this message was written in haste, with no time for niceties like “please” and “thank you.” The crooked black lettering on plain white background stands in stark contrast to the surrounding lush and verdant pastureland. No vivid colors or cartoon characters beckon to passing motorists from […]

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Kansas City, MO 64114
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