KC Studio

From the Founders

As KC Studio’s founders, we are proud to be celebrating the magazine’s 10th Anniversary! We published KC Studio’s first edition in May 2008. On the cover was a rendering of

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From the Founders

From the Founders

As KC Studio’s founders, we are proud to be celebrating the magazine’s 10th Anniversary! We published KC Studio’s first edition in May 2008. On the cover was a rendering of what the downtown Kansas City landscape would look like with the completion of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, which opened three years later. […]

Editor’s Letter, March/April 2018

Nothing keeps a city’s arts scene more vibrant than a constant infusion of new talent — but it must be attracted and supported. One program that does an exemplary job on both scores is the Charlotte Street Foundation Studio Residency program, which annually selects roughly 30 artists from varied disciplines, backgrounds and geographic locations to […]

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Editor’s Letter, January/February 2018

Welcome, Dan Cameron! The Kansas City art scene has a new part-time resident, an internationally renowned curator whose stay here will culminate in what aims to be an extraordinary city-wide arts showcase, “Open Spaces,” from August 25 to October 28, 2018. As detailed in our story by Julius Karash, page 62, the two-month event, centered […]

Editor’s Letter, November/December 2017

Happy 10th anniversary to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s Bloch Building, internationally lauded as an architectural marvel, but for Kansas Citians, representing so much more. Just as the Nelson “Shuttlecocks” endured much pushback, ridicule and critique at the outset, the Bloch Building encountered strident resistance when the plans were first unveiled. And just like the […]

Editor’s Letter, September/October 2017

The culture scene is jumping in Kansas City this fall, as reflected in this issue’s previews and reviews of what’s up in classical music, theater, the visual arts and more. The season also marks an important literary event: the publication of veteran KC writer and editor Steve Paul’s “Hemingway at Eighteen: The Pivotal Year That […]

Editor’s Letter, July/August 2017

The Kansas City art world suffered a big loss this spring with the passing of Tom Deatherage, longtime owner of The Late Show gallery, which he founded in Hyde Park and later moved to the East Crossroads. Like its owner, The Late Show was a quirky, wonderful space, which specialized in emerging artists, but also […]

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