A Frame of Mind

A Frame of Mind: Presented by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
A Frame of Mind takes a hard look at race in America through the lens of one art museum. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art sits at a crossroads: in the middle of Kansas City, in the middle of the country, and in the middle of America’s shifting cultural landscape. We’re working through the slow and sometimes messy change of a big museum asking what it can be and whose stories it tells. Along the way, host Glenn North meets brilliant Black and Native artists and thinkers in Kansas City who help us see through their eyes.

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2020 Arts Block

The Charlotte Street Foundation will manage the spaces for tenants with an arts bent. The first tenants will be the African American Artists Collective, the KC Public Theatre, and the KC Society of Contemporary Photography. 

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Who's In the News

IN Kansas City is the city and lifestyle content provider, in print, social media, and online, for Kansas Citians interested in what’s happening in the metro. They’re all about amazing experiences, music news and reviews, what theater to see, the latest fashion trends, exquisite homes and gardens, restaurant reviews, what’s new and who’s who. 

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KC Studio

Covering Kanas City's performance, visual, cinematic, and literary arts, KC studio writes an article about AAAC advocating for Black art in exhibits and commissions where group members are making their mark on the KC Arts scene.