The 2012 Forum is creating a unique space to refine and direct new and unforeseen ideas, experiences and collaborations. The Forum will be held at OfficePort, StagePort and Screenland on Thursday and Friday, April 5th and 6th from 8AM-6PM.
This reception will honor the past leadership of the UMKC Women's Center. Meet former Women's Center directors, staff, and Advisory Board members while you view the exhibit Vanguards and Visionaries which feature local women artists who helped shape the visual arts of Kansas City over the past four decades.
EventPort at OfficePort will be hosting "Crossroads - Global Music From The American Midwest" produced by the UMKC Conservatory of Music & Dance on Friday, March 2, 2012 at 8PM. Tickets are now on sale for just $10 for an evening of eclectic music.
Shaul Jolles loves Kansas City. And it shows. . . He knew where he wanted to be: the Crossroads Art District near downtown Kansas City, Mo. The Crossroads is well-known within the Kansas City area as a unique corner of downtown full of boutiques, local restaurants and most of all, a plethora of art galleries. But less than a decade ago, it wasn't nearly as polished as it is today.
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Resolutions, is a new show of works by local artist Rachel Brown. The show will continue through First Friday February 3, 2012 at 6PM. "At the start of January, it is human nature to begin to think about what the upcoming New Year will bring. All of the paintings in this series represent a clean start. An old life that is left behind for something even better. I hope and pray that these paintings will inspire and encourage you on your beautiful, though sometimes messy, life journey."
Shaul Jolles, co-founder of OfficePort, was awarded this past Friday 12/11/11 with a Downtown Kansas City Urban Heroes Award. Shaul joined several other local business owners including Teri Rogers of T2, Christopher Elbow, Danny O'Neilll of the Roasterie & more.
Jason Ryan Dorsey has got a great gig going as the “Gen Y Guy.” Between the one-liners and wry observations about how baby boomers differ from their offspring, he gave the crowd at last week’s annual Downtown Council luncheon something fun to digest.
Join us this Friday, 11/18/11 from 6 - 10PM, for original silk paintings, live models & music, fashion, cocktails & light hors d' oeuvres for silk artist Chirstel Highland's show 'Silking'.
OMMA Magazine just published an article on the impact of Google Fiber to the Kansas City Metro. Even interviewing one of our very own, Shaul Jolles.