Join GUILDit Art/Biz Forum from 12-1pm, on the 4th Thurs. of April 25th, at the Kemper Museum for …. AY Young of ‘AY-MusiK‘ founded the Battery Tour, which is a social music movement that integrates the audience in performances. The tour uses the universal language of music and dance as a vehicle to build a
Join GUILDit from 12-1pm, on the 4th Thursday of Feb. 28th, at the Kemper Museum for …. James “SugEasy” Singleton is a dancer, teacher, choreographer, artist, and advocate for the positivity represented by true Hip Hop Culture. By elementary school, he began winning Hip Hop competitions and has competed locally and nationally ever since. James
2018 Top 10 GUILDit Happenings KC’s lil biz org for artists, entrepreneurs, and patrons has a lot to be thankful for. From growing Kansas City businesses to growing our grassroots organization. GUILDit’s first art exhibit hosted by Johnson County Library with artists: Cheryl Eve Acosta, Laura Berman, Jane Booth, Teresa Dirks, Katrina Revenaugh, and Robin VanHoozer.
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
Sara Nicole Glass, aka: MissConception is a dynamic Hip Hop singer, poetic wordsmith, event promoter and organizer, plus performing artist. She had made it to the coast and back, from doing Hip Hop in LA to organizing and overseeing artists for Midwest festivals, spinning a hoop of fire to competing in poetry slams. Winning ‘KC
Avant-garde singer, songwriter, and musician Calvin Arsenia mixes powerful experimental musings with hearty melodies. Self accompanied on the guitar, piano and now primarily the harp, Arsenia blends this emergent sound with contemporary musicians and singers. Since his debut as a performer in early 2010, he has written, arranged, and produced several EPs collaborating with many
In Molly Hammer’s talk ‘Say Yes’ she will share how her career has evolved from Folk to Jazz and a new venture as a trio act. By remaining “open” and saying yes it has led her on so many different paths; some great, some awful, but all valuable learning experiences. Each experience has added a
Get ready for the KC Fringe Festival July 16-26, with GUILDit’s Triple Take on the Fringe. We’ll highlight Fringe artists and the Fringe organizers. 1) On June 18th Christian Hankel talks about ‘Silver: A Noir Ballet‘ for which he wrote 11 original Jazz pieces. Plus, more on Christian’s 20-year career as a KC artist. 2) On July 2nd Fringe Festival