Congratulations to Matthew Gibbs and Kyle Pugh of OfficePort Kansas City on the mention in The Pitch’s Best of Kansas City 2012 Reader’s Choice category for Best Sign! Matt and Kyle created the soon to open Anton’s Tap Room exterior signage as well as all other promotional materials. To see who else got mentioned in ...
North Kansas City artist Richard Scherubel will be displaying a collection of 30 pieces from July 6 – August 24 in the Crossroads in part of First Friday at OfficePort beginning at 6:00PM. Scherubel, a teacher of art throughout the midwest for over 30 years, paints in the modernist tradition with often spontaneious and imporvisational ...
OfficePort has been chosen as one of the first sites for the B-cycle launch in Kansas City this July! We are so excited to take part in BikeWalkKC’s amazing venture to bring this program to Kansas City. The bike station, located at 208 W 19th Street, will have the possibility of housing up to 11 bikes. ...
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.
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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.
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.
Start your First Friday off right and join us for ShopWalk at JavaPort Event Space this Friday, November 4th from 4:00pm - 6:30pm. Do a little early holiday shopping, have a bite to eat, a glass a wine, and then walk around to check out the great new art for the month.
The Google project is expected to lure new business into Kansas City. That's why mayors in both Kansas City, Kan. and Kansas City, Mo. have set up a bi-state innovations team. The prospect of having the fastest internet speed in the nation is attracting new people to the area.