Articles Posted by Melaney Ann Mitchell

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Melaney Ann Mitchell is an artist, curator, and arts writer based in Kansas City, Missouri. She is currently Founder and Senior Editor of Informality Blog, an online platform for documenting the conversation about Kansas City contemporary art and culture. In addition, Mitchell is a current studio resident at The Drugstore in midtown. In the past, she was a Co-Director/Curator at a PLUG Projects and Director of Subterranean Gallery. Her curatorial, writing, and visual art practices all revolve around the intersection of our lives with the Internet and its affect on our online and offline identities.
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Dylan Mortimer is an artist, organizer, and pastor living and working in Kansas City, Missouri. He is the Director of The Drugstore, an artist …

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Glenn North is a poet, educator, and community organizer who has been instrumental in fostering a spoken word scene in Kansas City. Starting in …

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This interview took place in the new West Bottoms studio of Caleb Taylor, a PLUG Projects founding member and alum. PLUG is a curatorial …

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The following is the first page from Artist Run KC, Informality’s first print publication.   Instead of a formal introduction, we decided to focus …

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  Language is a universal way of understanding, it’s our ability to communicate, listen, acknowledge, and understand one another.  Abstract painting is a language …

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The following essay is a revisit to the current state of arts writing in KC by Founder & Senior Editor Melaney Ann Mitchell with …

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Two days into a new administration, the art world and the media have been directly targeted. We here at Informality will not stand for …

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This piece of writing is related to a review segment in Roof Chill Episode 2* The labor of looking, slow looking, is a meditative process …

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A Tisket A Tasket at Front/Space image by Timothy Amundson Kansas City is about to host National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts …

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– an earlier version of this essay was published in the Jan/Feb issue of Art Focus Oklahoma– Kansas City’s First Friday is usually a passive …

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