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Happy New Year INF readers, followers and friends! The weather is climate change comfortable, so come on out and enjoy it! Renee Stout: Church …

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Daniel Chase and Patricia Graham Resonant Frequency: “I” As Numerous Shifts Front/Space 217 W 18th Street, KCMO 64108 6:00 – 9:00 pm Visual artists …

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Holiday Studio and Member Artist Showcase InterUrban ArtHouse 8001 Newton St, Overland Park, KS 66204 Friday, December 7, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Join …

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“Please remove your shoes,” the sign reads. P L A Y P I T transforms Open House into a serene, fabricated oasis. Visitors can …

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Two shows offer retreats from the quotidian, acknowledging our desires for alternate worlds. While their methods, materials, and aesthetic couldn’t be more different, Kylie …

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Have you ever seen that show on Netflix, The Toys That Made Us? It is what I thought of when I saw Really, Apparently …

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For Recreational Serenetorium, Monica Dixon and Annie Woodfill are commanding the space and determining the “tyranny of perspective.” In macro terms, these artists command …

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    And magically And magically Salmon falls Magically   –  Harry Nilsson with Klaus Voorman, from the ‘Duit Mon Dei’ LP. * Success! …

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The following is an informal response to the First Friday opening reception of Recreationical Serentorium, a collaborative installation by Monica Dixon and Annie Woodfill …

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In Patricia Moran’s article,“The Flaw in the Centre”: Writing as Hymenal Rupture in Virginia Woolf’s Work, Moran claims there is a hole in language …

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We’re all searching for who we are. We rely upon Google as an oracle to give us meaning and occasional ‘answers’. With a world …

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The Feeling is Mutual at Open House explored ideas of intimacy within our home-based relationships through various forms of new media. Photographs and video …

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Anxious Abstraction at Nerman MoCA opens doors of perception to our anxieties in a culture already fraught with tension. The work invites scholarship and …

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When we first enter the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art’s retrospective of 146 photographs called  “Eugene Richards: The Run-On of Time,” it is through …

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In her retrospective, Nkame, at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Belkis Ayón offers a feminist perspective on an Abaku mythology, myths that have …

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