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‘Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow’: National WWI Museum and Memorial
Produced with lead support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, this exhibit uses historical artifacts to do a “deep dive” into the Black struggle for full citizenship.
‘Bel Air’ TV Show Created by Native Kansas Citian Opens New Vistas for Kansas City Artists
The creatives behind the remake of a ’90s sitcom have proven once again that Kansas City artists can play with coastal counterparts on the same field.
Editor’s Letter, July/August 2022
Kansas City’s creative energy never flags. Currently the field of documentary filmmaking has moved front and center, with new works by local producers racking up awards and screenings, thanks in part to the support of local institutions.
More from the Magazine
Kansas City Filmmaker Shines a Light on Women’s History
Today, the Longfellow Neighborhood, a rectangular block of land from 25th to 31st Streets between Gillham and Troost, is desirable Kansas City real estate.
Remembering Wilbur Niewald (1925-2022)
KC Studio adds its voice in paying tribute to Wilbur Niewald, who passed away April 30, 2022, at the age of 97.
Lead to Read KC: A Prescription for Pandemic Recovery
“We’re All Weird,” “The Thought Jar” and “Just Like a Hero.” These three children’s books — all by local authors — share a key characteristic. They’re lively tales filled with tips and tools for bolstering a young reader’s emotional health.