GUILDit will be opening an innovative gallery offering unique programming not seen in the KC area. Plus, we will be meeting the needs of artists and entrepreneurs by opening coworking and visual art studios. We’ll be moving from monthly to 24/7 services. Partner with us to rebuild Kansas City arts that enrich our community and
Storytelling (tix available) & Raffle (sold-out) Thur., Oct. 29th 7-8pm on Zoom // Get tickets >> Join GUILDit for an evening of spooky stories, raffle giveaways, and help support arts entrepreneurship. Tickets start at $10. Two epic tales of death and greed, from Africa and Europe, by two nationally known Kansas City storytellers.– First Br.
Join GUILDit for spooky stories and help support arts entrepreneurship. Pricing starts at $10 >>> https://secure.qgiv.com/for/guild/event/822199/ Two epic tales of death and greed, from Africa and Europe, by two nationally known Kansas City storytellers.— Br. John will command the African folktale of “How Death Came To Mankind” that tells of Anansi, the original Spider-Man, who
GUILDit is working to produce free online events in April, so that we can continue to promote art & biz and PAY our Kansas City area artists. Until then, below are some inspiring art online and art/ biz virus resources. ART ONLINE OUTLETS ARTHOUSE @ YOUR HOUSE: Interurban Arthouse FREE Facebook live stream series of
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
Three well-known local artists share their insights on creating strong messaging, competency, and empathy in their art and careers. Learn how these women artists communicate and navigate their ideas in ways that attract others to their work. This diverse panel will discuss taking risks, being confident and courageous. They will provide perspective on the current
Special Event: Thursday, April 12 at 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Refreshments: 6:00-6:30 pm — Panel w/ Q&A: 6:30-7:30 Johnson County Library – Gallery Area – 9875 W 87th St, Overland Park, Kansas 66212 Four of well-known Kansas City artists will discuss the recurring processes they perfect to produce their art. Join Heidi Van, Stan Kessler, Maura
GUILDit – FREE FORUMS where art & biz fuse – Cultural Equality: Diversity & Inclusion in the Arts – Panelists Jose Faus, Natasha Ria El-Scari & Heinrich Toh – @ InterUrban ArtHouse (NEW GUILDit LOCATION & NEW IUAH BUILDING) Thursday 9/28 – 12-1pm InterUrban ArtHouse – 8001 Newton Street; OP, KS 66204 More about the