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‘Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure’
A traveling exhibition at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art revisits the iconic oeuvre of a Modernist master.
Guiding the Spiritual and Soothing the Anxious
Te Deum closes out their 15th season with “Monteverdi’s Venetian Vespers of 1641,” a recreated vespers service from the 17th century.
A Walking Labyrinth in Lawrence
Eminent American artist Janine Antoni’s “here-ing” labyrinth at the KU Field Station aims to foster listening, wholeness and healing of the body and the land.
At the Unicorn, “Lungs” is an Angsty, Engrossing Ride
KC Public’s Theatre Lab Presents a Fascinating Story but Could Have Gone Deeper With “Tipton”
KC Ballet Follows Its “Bliss Point”
From the Magazine
Crowning Glory: Millinery in Paris, 1880-1905
In Praise of Owls
Trumpeter Hermon Mehari’s new ‘Asmara’ album looks to his Eritrean roots
Arts Consortium Partners
Discover a Whole New World on Powell Gardens’ East Lawn
This summer, Fortopia (May 25-Sept. 4, 2023) returns to Powell Gardens with new forts.
MTC Executive Director Promises Excitement for Everyone in New Season
Since starting at the Midwest Trust Center in September 2022, Executive Director Stacie McDaniel has hit the ground running.
Future Stages Festival
Since opening in 2011, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts has featured renowned performers from around the world and helped establish the Kansas City area as an exciting and diverse cultural destination for all.
‘Spread the Love’: Library Burnishes its Branches with Art
The Kansas City Public Library has long opened its spaces to art, going back to the opening of the city’s first gallery, the Western Gallery of Art, on the second floor of its old quarters at Ninth and Locust streets in the late 1900s.
Performance Costumes at the Kansas City Museum
The Kansas City Museum’s collection contains more than 100,000 historical objects and offers a rich sampling of Kansas City’s local and regional history.
Superstars and Discoveries
The Harriman-Jewell Series’ 59th season is chock-full of longtime favorites like Emanuel Ax, as well as exciting new offerings, including a collaboration with the Mark Morris Dance Group celebrating the late, great Kansas City native Burt Bacharach.
Albrecht-Kemper Museum Hosts 2nd Annual Art Fair
This summer the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art will be hosting its second annual AKMA Art Fair in June.
“Andrew Mcilvaine: Resilience Story,” April 6 – October 12, 2023
Through rain there’s a spiritual and cultural downpour that floods the gallery with objects that represent sacred ceremonial practices.