Join us for our second Streetcar Art Stroll as part of the 2019 Art in the Loop Project: Make/Believe on Saturday July 13,  2019. We will view temporary art installations in Downtown Kansas City, visit The Box Gallery for an insider look at their new exhibition “Stories from the Sea”, ride KC Streetcar and then enjoy performances by 2019 Art in the Loop Project: Make/Believe performance artists at Our Daily Nada. Bo Hubbard, 2019 Art Director will lead the tour.

Mervin, the Monarch Streetcar
Image courtesy of Isaiah Jackson, KC Streetcar.


The tour will begin at 2:00 pm at the KC Streetcar North Loop South Bound stop with Earth Bound by Amanda Guerra. Then we will ride the Streetcar south to the Library stop to arrive at The Box Gallery and view Stories from the Sea, a unique exhibition of works by more than 20 of Israel’s most prominent professional artists, along with Kansas City artist Heather Loewenstein of StoneLion Puppet Theatre and National Geographic Explorer Ziggy Livnat. The project is launching an international initiative to help stop the flow of single-use plastic into our waters, from the Red Sea of Eilat to the streets of Kansas City. At 3:00 pm we will head to the Streetcar Library Stop North Bound to briefly discuss Public2, then ride the Streetcar to the River Market West stop and arrive at Our Daily Nada where we will also enjoy drink specials and spoken word performances from Sheri Purpose Hall, Mazzy Mann, and a joyful South American music selection from Amado Espinoza.


The event will begin at the KC Streetcar North Loop Stop on 7th & Main. Guests may park in the adjacent parking lots marked “City Market Parking”. The event will end at Our Daily Nada, bookstore and coffee shop at 304 Delaware near the River Market West Streetcar Stop.


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