Monday, April 23, 2012

FW: Chalk Walk is THIS weekend !


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2011 Chalk Art 
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Main Square 2011

About Us
The Mission of Northeast Arts KC is to provide, enhance, fund, market and support cultural events which bring the visual and the performance arts to the public in the Historic Northeast community, without regard to race, religion or ethnic group.
We recently expanded our projects to include Window Dressing, the Popsicle Parade, Chalk Walk Festival, and St John Community Gardens.


Membership
Levels
We need your help to continue to offer this series free to the public.  Pay Pal offered on our web site

SOLO Level 
$10
DUO Level
$25
QUINTET Level
$50
BIG BAND Level
$75
CHOIR Level
$100
CONDUCTOR Level $1000
  


Window Dressing
Next project
will be at
7th and Indiana
the weekend of May 19 and 20.  We are planning two full days of painting 30 boards to fit the theme of
"A House of Cards"
5 boards are already up with a
"Royal Flush"
all 5 completed at the Flower Lawn and Garden show.
Well over a dozen artists helped out.
thanks to all.
Contact us if you want to participate in this next
window dressing.
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Chalk Walk Flyer 2012

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Come join 50 + artists the weekend of April 28-29, 2012  9-5 each day. We supply clean concrete canvases and the chalk for your creations. We even feed and water you the two days. 
No starving artists here!

Kym's Square 2011
 Visit our Chalk Walk web site for more information on being an artist, sponsor and more.

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Northeast Artists showing at 
Cafe Al Dente
412 Delaware in the River Market
816-472-9444
Work will be up through May 30
Featured artists from Northeast / About Northeast are
David Remley- photographs
Shane Rowse - photographs
Dianne Dickerson - pen & ink and acrylic
Bobbi Baker - photographs
Tom Tacy - acrylics

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Support the Arts in the Historic Northeast
Cultures LogoThrough fundraisers, grants and generous donations Northeast Arts KC creates cultural and arts programming for over 13,000 families in the Historic Northeast. Please consider becoming a member of Northeast Arts KC. You can make a tax deductible contribution at our website by clicking HERE and going to our online pay site. Or send a contribution to - 
Northeast Arts KC
PO Box 17626 
Kansas City, MO 64124

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

2012 AMC Theatres Kansas City FilmFest Award Winner

Best US/International Animation Short Award:

Running Time: 02:00 — Competition Film

Other animated entries include:
Clocked In (Short) with 3 votes
Running Time: 09:00 — Competition Film

Song of the Spindle (Short)

Running Time: 4 min. — Special Screening
Animation

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Featured Artist:Ramon Olivera

We'd like to take a moment to honor the work of one of MAPA's newest members, Ramon Olivera.  His contemporary style brings life to a host of characters.  Feel free to check out his Blog at:




http://www.ramonolivera.com/

All images belong to ©Ramon Olivera

Monday, April 2, 2012

Low Brow, No Brow

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'Low Brow, No Brow' is a community exhibition and screening to support local Kansas City artists. Lua Pettit, Max Pond, and Evan Tedlock will be displaying their work at the Rondevu for the public.  Guests are invited to join the artists for refreshments as they display their work on the walls and in a video screening.  This event is free and open to everyone so please bring your friends and join us in supporting these artists and their work!

FW: Digital Heroes Tour!


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From: Aauga in KC
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2012 6:09 AM
To: Aauga in KC
Subject: Digital Heroes Tour!
When: Monday, April 02, 2012 5:30 PM-8:30 PM (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada).
Where: HNTB, 715 Kirk Dr., Kansas City, MO
FROM AAUGA:
Attention everyone!  Make sure if you are coming to RSVP through the site unless you've been invited already.
We have our Digital Heroes event set up. There will be some fun, food, and presentations. Not to mention that we'll have guests, Larry Kleinkemper, the executive president of AAUGA, and Jeff Mottle, the founder and CEO of CGArchitect as part of their Digital Heroes roadtrip. They'll be here with a crew recording the event.

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