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Artist to Watch: Craig Auge
Embracing transience and change, the Kansas City artist mines old and new to create works that are eclectic, singular and visually intelligent.
Jade Powers Named Curator of Contemporary Art the the Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida
In an interview with Harold Smith, the former Kemper Museum assistant curator reflects on her time in KC and new challenges.
Noted Composer Brings Fresh Ears to Hospital Noise
The ability of music to relax and soothe is well documented. No one explores and exemplifies that more than Paul Rudy, composer and music professor at UMKC.
Paseo Academy Choir Performs at New York’s Famed Carnegie Hall
After months of preparation, the Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts Chamber Choir traveled to New York City last month to perform in the venerated concert venue Carnegie Hall.
Kansas City Symphony Performs New Piano Concerto by Jessie Montgomery
The Kansas City Symphony closes their season with a new work by composer and violinist Jessie Montgomery.
‘This Is Not Easy Viewing’
Redlined: Cities, Suburbs, and Segregation” uses a dazzling organization of images, text, sound, art and artifacts to provide a “deep dive” into redlining and systemic racism in housing.