Representing More Voices and Connecting Patrons with a Second Zine Collection
Ideally, libraries house materials that reflect their patrons’ lives and experiences. The Kansas City Public Library’s more than 800,000-item collection is one of the most diverse and inclusive in the nation.
‘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.