Thanks for Top 5 and more!

Here are some of GUILDit’s top happenings that we were thankful to make happen. 1. Building the careers of these talented artists so they can have a bigger and bolder outreach. – Artist & Teacher Amanda Jolley – Musician & Artist Robert Castillo – Performer & Artist Karen E. Griffin – Artist Ted Hinrichs – Artist Terri

Sponsor > help achieve 2023 successes!

Help grow GUILDit! Expand this art entrepreneur nonprofit and its proven services. GUILDit will be offering 24/7 workspaces in addition to our successful event programs that have helped artists increase their income by thousands of dollars. Some of our success stories: Helped artists get grants, including a second grant for Dancer Maura Garcia of $20,000.

Opening Soon, GUILDit Workspaces

GUILDit Art/Biz Nonprofit brings back artist workspaces to Kansas City’s midtown, with discounted coworking and visual art studios at Plexpod Westport Commons. Originally a junior high school, the building is becoming an arts destination, housing the Medallion Theater, dance studios, KC Jazz Orchestra, Mesner Puppet Theatre, and soon visual artists, poets, authors, animators, film editors,

Seeking Women Board Candidates

GUILDit is seeking women board members to help grow the arts and economy. Over 60% of our constituents are women in the arts and business. We hold free public events where artists talk about growing their businesses. We have helped artists obtain grants to starting new lines of revenue. View our 2-minute info video on

2021 Top 5 Successes!

Here are some of GUILDit’s top happenings that you made possible. 1. Back to in-person forums and helping artists achieve business success. Those talented artists are:  – Artist & Sculptor Ada Koch – Artist & Designer Shelly Pinto – Artist & Activist GK Callahan – Musician, Professor & Band Leader Stan Kessler – Actor & Voiceover Artist Curtis

Art Crisis: KC Art Village A Solution

Many industries have suffered under the pandemic recession, but none greater than the arts. The KC Art Village offers a solution of discount coworking, theater, dance and visual art studios, a gallery sharing greter sales with the artists, plus mentoring. This nonprofit collaboration between GUILDit, City In Motion Dance, KC Artist Coalition, and Black Space Black

GUILDit envisions a future of an art village at the multi-industry Plexpod Wesport Coworking Building. The development will serve 1,281 art entrepreneurs, plus 63,350 students and audience members with coworking, studios, a theatre, and a gallery. To make it happen, investors are invited to rebuild Kansas City’s culture. The total cost for 3 years is

Top 5 Successes of 2020

Your support has made GUILDit endure and thrive. We are thankful to be there for you and we share these successes with you.  To help grow GUILDit in 2021, sign-up for our newsletter and attend our events. Plus, donate or contact our director about a sponsorship packet or grant proposal.   Celebrating 5  years of GUILDIt!See

Celebrating 5 years of Art/Biz

Celebrate 5 years of growing Art/Bizwith GUILDit turning 5 Give for the next 5 years,keep the growth goinghelp us REBUILD KC’s ARTS! Or give free of fees on GUILDit’s Facebook page Or give via PayPal to [email protected] Or send a check to:  GUILDit;  31 W 31st St;  Kansas City, MO 64108 Donate via Amazon Smiles purchases Thank you for all the ways you support usin the past, now,

KC-GEW Special Edition

Kansas City’s Global Entrepreneur Week is one of the hundreds of conferences happing across the globe. KC is offering free 50+ business workshops from November 17-19th. GUILDit is promoting and supporting these insightful sessions giving by fellow KC entrepreneurs. Highlighted in our newsletter is Keynote Speaker Shawn Edwards who is a local filmmaker, workshops about