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Melaney Ann Mitchell is an artist, curator, and 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 impact on our identities.
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This summer Kansas City has once more filled the streets of the Crossroads Arts District with cotton candy hauling, iPhone selfie taking, snap-back wearing, …

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I recently started a conversation with Megan Mantia and Leone Anne Reeves to talk about their immersive performance practices as Blanket Undercover, and their …

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Bill Brady KC is a brightly lit white cube that looks like it was taken right from New York and tucked into Kansas City’s …

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Hotel art isn’t usually considered a part of the larger contemporary art dialogue, but in downtown Kansas City the Hotel Phillips is host to an …

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  Plug project’s most recent show #Awkward, is exploring the discomfort and uncertainty in human relationships. The context set within the space addresses this …

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I recently had the opportunity to chat with James Woodfill via email about his latest exhibition at City Ice Arts, The Outside of the Left …

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Recently I sat down with two members of the soon-to-be-built West Bottoms gallery, 50/50. Founder and Curator Cambria Potter and Curator Hannah Lodwick are …

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As a recent designer for the West 18th St. Fashion Show and a recent graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute, Emily Kenyon has …

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    Devastated by historic floods and left practically abandoned by the escape of industry, the Kansas City West Bottoms are the home to …

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Tucked on the south side of 670 West, Plug Projects opened its doors to two shows working in tandem to construct a narrative of …

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