Join us Thursday 2/25, 12– 1pm. Zoom and Facebook Live info below. Let’s brainstorm with Kelly Main & Bess Wallerstein of Show Delivered. They will share this new biz which provides socially distant, quality live performances to your door. After their Q&A to build the business, the GUILDit Team will lead a discussion on what

Artists Jose Faus & Luis Garcia 10/24

Join GUILDit from 12-1pm, on the 4th Thurs., at the Kemper Museum for …. José Faus is an artist, writer and poet, plus is an Artist INC facilitator. His murals are throughout Kansas City; as well as in Mexico and Bolivia, for which he received a cultural ambassador grant from the U. S. State Department.

Join other entrepreneurs for an insightful and prosperous speed networking event. Expand your contacts, share resources, build upon goals, and possibly collaborate, after chatting 1-on-1 for a few minutes with other creatives, artists, photographers, writers,… – When: Tuesday, April 16 at 6:30 – 8 PM – Where: InterUrban ArtHouse; 8001 Newton St, Overland Park, KS 66204

Daisy Bucket & Dirty Dorothy Performers Thurs, 6/28, 12-1pm Celebrating Pride Month Kemper Museum Spencer Brown has been working as a full-time entertainer for 10 years, namely as Daisy Buckët and in the internationally traveled dragapella® beautyshop quartet – ‘The Kinsey Sicks’. He is continuously balancing between creative output, maintaining social presence, rehearsals, acting tour

Holiday Happy Hour

Celebrate the holidays with GUILDit, Buttonwood Artspace, and Jazz Alive. – who: Artists, Musicians, Performers, Filmmakers, Writers, and their Supporters – when: Thursday, 12/14 from 4-7pm – where: Brickhouse – 2nd floor party room; Located in Martini Corner at Union Hill; 400 E. 31 St, Kansas City, MO 64108 Free networking and appetizers with drink and/or meal

Damron Russel Armstrong returns to KC with great credits, including Rhode Island’s – Rent! plus television and film credits that include Arrest and Trial, The Gambler, and Here to Help. He is giving back to KC by starting  The Black Repertory Theater of Kansas City, which is building bridges of understanding about the African-American experience through the presentation of unproduced works and