vacuum paradoxicon: new work by stewart losee & amanda gehin, october 16-november 12 at urban culture project space

Vacuum Paradoxicon, opening Friday October 16 at Urban Culture Project Space, 21 East 12th Street,  with artist remarks at 6:30pm, extends and distills an ongoing dialogue between Kansas City based artists Stewart Losee and Amanda Gehin. The two-and th…

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csf + spencer musuem launch new rocket grants program in partnership with andy warhol foundation for the visual arts

 R O C K E T  G   R   A   N   T   S   With support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Charlotte Street Foundation and the Spencer Museum of Art are partnering to fuel the dynamism of our region’s art ecology by providing direct suppor…

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post office sofa – a window installation by adolfo martinez debuts at city center square october 16

  “Post Office Sofa,” a window installation by Kansas City-based artist and 2008 Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Artist Award Fellow Adolfo Martinez, debuts October 16, 2009 in conjunction with UCP’s Third Friday Art Downtown event, with a ceremony…

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Press coverage from Kansas City Star

A foundation that loves to throw happenings

The folks at the Charlotte Street Foundation like to throw parties. Their event schedule dominates the social whirl of the downtown art scene.

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Press coverage from KCUR

Charlotte Street Recognizes Generative Artists

Kansas City artists who've been recognized by the Charlotte Street Foundation over the last 10 years will tell you that it helps their reputations and their bank accounts.

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Press coverage from Art In America

Report from Kansas City

The depth of private philanthropy in Kansas City is remarkable, and that puts a huge stamp on much of what meets the eye of the art-viewing public in this former cattle town and sometime incubator of jazz.

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Press coverage from KCPT

Uniquely Kansas City: Charlotte Street Foundation

Kansas City Public Television (KCPT), featured the Charlotte Street Foundation (CSF) on it's quarterly televised arts magazine.

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Press coverage from Urban Times

Call for the Wild

The Urban Culture Project’s support for local artists turns vacated buildings into highly accessible art displays.

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