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.
Kyle Wilson reviews John Houck's 'digital-op-art-nerds' at Bill Brady's expansive new Kansas City gallery.
Jason Barr chats with Curator Bruce Hartman for the first in a series of podcasts with curators in the Kansas City region.
Corey Antis talks to artists James Woodfill, Jaimie Warren and Matt Roche about how their work offers a template of what it means to be an artist in Kansas City.
Rad School, Kansas City’s alternative grad school program is just about to host it’s first semester of free learning. Caitlin Horsmon talks with Julia Cole about its plans and vision.
Lindsay Deifik interviews printmakers Kelly John Clark and Eric Dobbins, founders of experimental editioning project Field Trip Publishing.
Matt Jacobs talks to Kansas City-based artist Garry Noland about his history, the importance of using non-art materials, and his brand of blue-collar making.