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July 1, 2019 | In The News

“Since 2011, the mission of Google Arts & Culture has been to make the world’s cultural information accessible online. And, this spring, Kansas City became the first city in North America to get its own dedicated page on the far-reaching website and app.” –– Brian Mc Tavish 

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May 23, 2019 | In The News

“Long known as one of Kansas City’s most celebrated creative institutions, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Celebrates 25 years in 2019. Get to know the history behind the museum— and discover special ways to commemorate the anniversary this year.” –– VisitKC

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April 25, 2019 | In The News

Ed Herman of Brown and Crouppen joined Kansas City Live co-host Crystal Lampitt for a visit to Café Sebastienne! They sat down with Chef Rick Mullins to discuss a few of the restaurant’s popular dishes and the inspiration behind the menu. 

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April 5, 2019 | In The News

Today Google Arts & Culture launched Kansas City ––Google Arts & Culture’s first online exhibition exploring the culture of a single American city.

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April 5, 2019 | In The News

“Polly Apfelbaum’s exhibition, Waiting for the UFOs, at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art envelops visitors in a gleeful mood that is hard to avoid even if one lacks an affinity for strong colors.

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March 18, 2019 | In The News

“Polly Apfelbaum’s exhibit ‘Waiting for the UFOs (a space set between landscape and a bunch of flowers)’ takes visitors to Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art out of this world.” –– Allison McLeay, KC Spaces

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March 10, 2019 | Around the Museum

“Julie Blackmon lives in Springfield, Missouri and is known for her photography. If you’ve never seen her work, it is some of the more delightful art of our time.

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March 4, 2019 | In The News

“Polly Apfelbaum is an iconoclast, refreshingly devoid of bullshit, and known for her wildly exuberant installations in which the floor is as important, or more, than the walls. Her installation-based work always feels honest rather than coolly distant yet is layered with process and content.

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