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Tom Toro’s Take, May/June 2019

Tom Toro is a cartoonist and writer whose work has appeared in “The New Yorker,” “The New York Times,” “Harvard Business Review” and “Audubon,” among others. Born and raised in

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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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Tom Toro’s Take, July/August 2019

Tom Toro is a cartoonist and writer whose work has appeared in “The New Yorker,” “The New York Times,” “Harvard Business Review” and “Audubon,” among others. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, he now lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Marissa Wolf, artistic director of Portland Center Stage at the Armory.

Editor’s Letter, July/August 2019

Summer brings lots to see at Kansas City’s museums and performance venues. The Nelson-Atkins is riding high with an extraordinary gathering of works by renowned Black artists in its “30 Americans” show. Kemper Museum has launched “Lexicon,” its big 25th-anniversary show of collection highlights and recent acquisitions, all linked by an emphasis on gesture. The […]

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Tom Toro’s Take, May/June 2019

Tom Toro is a cartoonist and writer whose work has appeared in “The New Yorker,” “The New York Times,” “Harvard Business Review” and “Audubon,” among others. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, he now lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Marissa Wolf, artistic director of Portland Center Stage at the Armory.

Editor’s Letter, May/June 2019

The passing of Lennie Berkowitz marks the further diminution of a generation of Jewish art dealers and collectors who played a critical role in making the Kansas City art scene the vibrant place it is today. In the past decade we have lost Byron Cohen, Jan Weiner, Harrison Jedel and Jerry and Margaret Nerman, all […]

Tom Toro’s Take, March/April 2019

Tom Toro is a cartoonist and writer whose work has appeared in “The New Yorker,” “The New York Times,” “Harvard Business Review” and “Audubon,” among others. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, he now lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Marissa Wolf, artistic director of Portland Center Stage at the Armory.

Editor’s Letter, March/April 2019

In a time of crisis and division in American culture, arts institutions are doing their best to foster tolerance and understanding, and in some cases, to directly address issues of financial stress and income inequality. During the recent government shutdown, the Kansas City Symphony offered free tickets to furloughed government employees for its January 25-27 […]

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