Join us for the 2017 Art in the Loop Project: Cue! Kickoff Program and Reception on Wednesday, April 26, 6:30 p.m. at the Kansas City Public Library Central Library, 14 West 10th Street, in Kirk Hall. Click here to RSVP.

The 2017 Art in the Loop Project: Cue!, a curated outdoor exhibition staged in partnership with the City of Kansas City, Missouri, and KC Streetcar, features 14 temporary artworks and performances along the city’s streetcar route, in the City Market, and at the Central Library.  This year Art in the Loop will also bring a diverse array of musicians to Downtown Kansas City through a lunchtime concert series, Wednesdays, from 11:30 – 1:30, May 17 through September 13, at the same locations where artwork is installed.

As the series prepares to open, a number of the participating artists, dancers, musicians, and poets take turns discussing their works. They are introduced by curator Jessica Borusky, an artist, curator, and educator who lives and works in Kansas City.

Art in the Loop¬running from May 1 to September 30¬is designed to make cultural experiences available to downtown residents, visitors, and workers.

The 2017 Art in the Loop Project: Cue! is made possible through the generous support of KC Streetcar, the City of Kansas City, Missouri Arts Council, Arts KC and our corporate sponsors to date including Stinson Leonard Street, Henderson Engineers, JE Dunn Construction, McCownGordon Construction, and UMB Financial Corporation. For a full list of supporters and donors, or to make a donation click here.

For more information about the project, the artists and performance schedule visit www.artintheloop.com, www.facebook.com/artintheloop, or twitter.com/ArtintheLoop.

Click here to download the press release.

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