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
12/4 Update: Yahoo! We have met our goal! Thanks to everyone who donated and to all who support GuildIt in so many ways!!! Join us in creating 2019 memorable moments in the art and entrepreneur communities. With your donations of $15, $25, $50, $100, and $250 we can advance Kansas City’s artists and economy by repeating some of
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
A GUILDit Special Event: Marvel Comics’ headline-grabbing move to a female Thor a little more than two years ago came out of Kansas City and the mind of Jason Aaron, one of the superstars of comic book writing. Meanwhile, local visual effects artist Bruce Branit was piling up Emmy nominations – now totaling six –
Veteran Mark English has been one of the most awarded illustrators in US history. His unique style is easily recognizable in such publications as Time, Sports Illustrated, Redbook, Atlantic Monthly, and others. His client list includes IBM, U.S. Park Service, RCA, GE, Ford, GM and Hallmark. http://markenglishonline.com/ Mark teaches at KC’s Illustration Academy http://www.theillustrationacademy.com/ Join
Join us on….. Wednesday (our first and only Wednesday event this year) July 6th, 6-7pm, (our first evening event) Reception 6-6:30, Forum 6:30-7:30 At the KC Central Library (our BIGGEST event yet) 14 W 10 St, Kansas City, MO 64105 Find out how our dynamic artists do what they do and more….
Hyeyoung Shin is the Assistant Professor of Print Media at UMKC Art Department. She has exhibited nationally and internationally including a solo show in New York, NY. Hyeyoung has completed numerous residencies in Buenos Aires and San Francisco, and received an ArtKC Inspiration Grant for her upcoming residency at the Vermont Studio Center. She is
Natasha’s perspective as a performer, artist, and advocate make her a dynamic speaker. The Star describes her recent book ‘Screaming Times’ as vibrant and strong. She has received several awards, including a Cave Canem graduate fellowship and ‘Top 100 Kansas Citians’. Natasha has produced CDs and a DVD of her readings, plus appeared in art
Hang with KC Artists! Thursday, 2/18, 12-1pm @ the Writer’s Place 3607 Pennsylvania Ave, Kansas City, MO 64111 – One block west of Broadway & Valentine – Down the Street from the Uptown Theater Parking in Writer’s Place & Uptown Theatre lots, plus street parking. Find out how artists fuse biz & art,….