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In the three years Espinoza has been in Kansas City, the versatile, cutting-edge artist has flown mostly under the mainstream radar, yet enjoys significant notoriety among local musicians.
Next summer work will begin on a public mural that will portray the unique experiences of Kansas women of color.
Adventure artist floats tiny Lewis & Clark boat made of cardboard down Missouri River
In the dance studio at the Charlotte Street studio residency space, in downtown’s Town Pavilion building, Monica Dixon looked down at a row of colorful, handmade masks that spanned the length of the stage. There were 26, each sewn from a variety of clothing scraps and synthetic materials resembling feathers, scales or flower petals.
Executive and Artistic Director Amy Kligman speaks on radio series that is bringing awareness to local nonprofit organizations making a difference in our community
David Hughes, Executive and Artistic Director Amy Kligman and local artist James Woodfill talk about how Charlotte Street has helped shape the artistic landscape in Kansas City over the past 20 years.