KC’s lil biz forum for artists and patrons has a lot to be thankful for. From growing the businesses of local artists to growing our grassroots organization. Painter Robyn VanHoozer is now being represented by Weinberger Fine Art because of GUILDit. Sculpture Dylan Mortimer was offered free social media by GUILDit alum Steven Fuller, who owns Fuller Creative. Musician Calvin
Join us on….. Thursday, 10/27, 12-1pm, at the Kemper Museum 4420 Warwick Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64111 Find out how our dynamic artists do what they do and more…. The Kemper Museum, 4420 Warwick Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64111, just West of the Nelson-Atkins Museum and The Kansas City Art Institute.
The Kansas City Star called David Basse, “The voice of Kansas City”. And following David’s performance, poet Maya Angelou exclaimed, “I love the soul that is your voice”. His career lunged in the 80’s with a five-night gig for seven years. In the 90s he worked in L.A., which led to producing a Grammy nominated
Poet Jen Harris is a Kansas City-based Spoken Word Poet, Women’s Rights and LGBT activist, published author, founder and host of KC Poetry Slam. She has won numerous poetry, activism and academic awards. She is currently finalizing her second book of poetry, a one-woman show, her first spoken word album, and a cross-country tour. Her
Paul Rudy is a composer, performer, consultant and UMKC professor. He has been awarded a Fulbright, Guggenheim, Rome Prize and Wurlitzer Foundation Fellow. Paul has won the Sounds Electric Competition, EMS Prize, Citta di Udine and has received recognition and commissions from IMEB, Bourges, SEAMUS, Meet the Composer, the American Composer’s Forum, SCI, National Music
KC’s lil biz forum for artists has a lot to be thankful for. Since we launched in May, we’ve had some great happenings: As a result of her GuildIt presentation, celebrating Native American month, Dancer and Choreographer Maura G. was approached by JCCC Education Outreach Department. They offered to write a grant on her behalf
Sheri Hall is a poetry slam champion that competed in the SLAM ULIT! and the 2015 National Poetry Slam and Poetry Festival in Oakland, CA. She has been a featured poet at events hosted at the Jefferson City, MO Capital; ArtsKC and performed for Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network during their Kansas City
José Faus is an artist, writer and poet with degrees in visual and literary arts, 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. Jose writings have been featured in a