The 2016 Art in the Loop Project: Connect, a curated outdoor exhibition staged in partnership with the Downtown Council, KC Streetcar and City of Kansas City, Missouri, features 25 temporary artworks and performances in Oppenstein and Ilus Davis parks and at stops along KC’s new streetcar route. We look forward to providing you with a weekly schedule of performances. Events and performances for this week include:
Kickoff Program and Reception
Tuesday, July 19, 6:30 pm
Kansas City Public Library-Central Library
14 West 10th Street
As the series ramps up, a number of the participating artists, dancers, musicians, and poets take turns discussing their works. They are introduced by curator Jessica Borusky, an artist and educator who lives and works in Kansas City. A reception immediately follows the program. Learn more about the event and RSVP here.
Charlotte Street Performing Arts Showcase
Charlotte Street Foundation is pleased to present a free Performing Arts Showcase featuring Mackenzie Reed, Brian Padavic, Arnold Young, Amado Espinoza, Catherinette (Cody Kauhl & Mikaela Sullivan), and Joshua Williams/Shades of Jade. Inspired by the evolving landscape of our city, the residents’ performances are a response to the ever-changing, developing landscape of Downtown, Kansas City. Performances range from improvisational jazz to folk-influenced sound, experiments with self-made instruments, theatrically performative piano compositions, and collaborative/
For more information about the 2016 Art in the Loop Project: Connect, visit artintheloop.com. Contact Ann Holliday, program director, email@example.com, or Jessica Borusky, curator, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.