Sean Starowitz discusses his Byproduct series set in a laundromat in Kansas City, which aims to place art in the realm of knowledge, tools and experience by engaging a diverse public in unexpected ways.
The physical landscape of Kansas City has changed tremendously over the past couple of years, accompanied by a major boom in cultural production. Considering these recent developments, one may argue that Kansas City is on the brink of a resurgent Golden Age. How then can the local art scene take advantage of that?
Halcombe Miller surveys gallery openings, closings, and the quick development of Kansas City’s art community from the 1990′s to the present moment.
Adrianne Russell addresses the complexities of African-American representation in Kansas City’s art community.