Category: Arts

The Kansas City Metro is home to many forms of art.

Residents of the area are priveledged to have access to cultural icons that rival any coastal city. From the reknowned Nelson Atkins Museum to the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, to the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art and local live music. The metro is rich with a storied history of support for the Arts. Learn more and explore this city in the listings below!

 

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The Kansas City Art Institute is a private, independent four-year college of art and design awarding […]

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The Museum at Prairiefire was founded in 2008 and opened in 2014 through a unique […]

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In its 55th season, the Harriman-Jewell Series continues to carve out an enviable legacy as […]

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Bruce Sorrell founded the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra in 1987. The KCCO is the region’s […]

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As WWI came to an end in 1917, a group of prominent Kansas Citians worked […]

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Originally constructed in 1914 as a massive railroad terminal, Union Station quickly became a centering […]

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In 1900, by the glow of gas street lamps, men in top hats and women […]

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The Hilliard Gallery is Kansas City’s Oldest Gallery, and one of the largest.  Located in […]

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Heart of America Shakespeare Festival is a non-profit professional theatre company dedicated to making the […]

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The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (NMOCA) has one of the top internationally acclaimed collections […]

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