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Plug Projects

Principals: Caleb Taylor, Nicole Mauser, Amy Kligman, Misha Kligman, and Cory Imig www.plugprojects.com PLUG Projects was formed in early 2011 by five Kansas City artists. A fresh gallery with a fresh perspective, PLUG is not only a curatorial collaboration between these artists, it’s way to enrich and expand conversations about art. PLUG renovated its West Bottoms [...]

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Lala Studio

Principal: Lisa Lala www.lalastudio.net Pay off parking tickets. Start a family charitable foundation. Stop biting my nails. Die on my own terms. Download better music. These, and thousands more, are the scribbled goals that make up Lisa Lala’s List Wall Project. Originating in Kansas City in 2009, the List Wall Project is a grassroots drivenconceptual [...]

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Jane Gotch Dance

Principal: Jane Gotch www.janegotch.com  What if what people really wanted was not a spectacle but an intimate human connection? That’s the motivation behind Jane Gotch’s art—and the question behind WE!, an innovative, collaborative installation dance performance staged in an abandoned downtown office space formerly occupied by AT&T. WE! took 40 audience members out of their [...]

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Chris Dahlquist Fine Art

Principals: Chris and Kyle Dahlquist www.chrisdahlquist.com Chris Dahlquist learned to use a camera and develop pictures as she was learning to ride a bicycle and write in cursive. Her school years were spent doing science fair projects where she’d test the photographic medium, learning the rules just so she could break them. All innovation, she [...]

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Bread! KC

Principals: Sean Starowitz and Andrew William Erdich breadkc.wordpress.com BREAD! KC has found a novel way to feed “starving artists.” A microfinancing organization, BREAD! KC provides a sustainable, democratic means of supporting the Kansas City creative community. To do that, it hosts monthly migrating dinner parties to raise money for its microgrants. Preselected artists or organizations [...]

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