Sharon Rodriguez & Camilo Estremadoiro present their art/biz on 9/27, 12-1pm at the Kemper.
Photographer Sharon Rodriguez, and now advocate, has worked with and published books on the Johnson County homeless. Her goal is to show the faces and tell the stories of real people in real situations in our surroundings. She has shown at Interurban Arthouse, Mattie Rhodes, and Buttonwood Art Space, where she won First Place for Howard a homeless veteran. Sharon also shows photographs of her meditative travels. The photography documentary book “Homeless Not Invisible” has been delivered to Kansas Senators Moran and Roberts, as well is available at The Nelson Atkins Library. https://innergyphotography.com/
Camilo Estremadoiro is the owner of Pop Up Art Gallery in downtown Kansas City. The gallery is known for its festivities of art, music, performances, film, and classes. Recently he held a 48-hour film project and had a sell-out premiere. Camilo likes to grasp new ventures and create momentum behind them. He was the publisher of FACE news magazine, which highlighted well known and up-n-coming Kansas City Citizens. He was raised in the US, lived internationally and attended Kansas State. Come to GuildIt and help Camilo refine new ventures and build upon existing ones. https://www.facebook.com/PopUpKC/
– Be inspired, learn and help us build better KC businesses!
– Each forum is followed by networking. Get Connected!
– Free event, with optional $5 donation
– This event is dedicated to Hispanic Heritage Month and these two artists who are brightly blazing their own paths.
Join GUILDit from 12-1pm, on the 4th Thursday at the Kemper Museum.
4420 Warwick Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64111
(The Kemper is just West of the Nelson-Atkins Museum and The Kansas City Art Institute)
(Parking is in back and on the north end of the block)