Art and Culture is alive and well in Kansas City, Missouri. One way to explore this varied cultural life is through Arts Alive. Once a month this group explores visual art (including private art collections), music, theatre, and dance. There is always great food to accompany the events.
The price for this unique experience is only $25.00. This is a deal folks. We live an hour from the city and drive up for these events.
Let me share our last outing. The group went on an art crawl in the West Bottoms. The first stop on our journey was Amigoni Urban Winery. We tried a sample of their wine with snacks and picked up our main event ticket. Main event tickets are always at the first venue stop.
|Amigoni’s vineyards are located near Warrensburg, Missouri. They make their
wines in The Drover Telegraph Building in the West Bottoms.
The next stop was the Bill Brady Gallery which is next door to the winery.
|The Bill Brady Gallery has a wonderful space for showing large and small works. It is a
great use for a west bottom abandoned building.
The Dolphin Gallery was next on the list. An incredible selection of food and drink was waiting for us. Food is always well selected by the Arts Alive board. No one had an excuse for going hungry that night.
|Exterior of the Dolphin Gallery|
After we ate and enjoyed the galleries at Dolphin, there was one more gallery to visit before going to the main event. This was PLUG Projects.
“PLUG PROJECTS is a curatorial collaboration by four Kansas City artists who share the mission of bringing fresh perspectives and conversation to the local art community. Our goal is to energize artists and the public at large by exhibiting challenging new work, initiating critical dialogue, and expanding connections of artists in Kansas City as part of a wider, national network of artists.”-quoted from the PLUG Project website.
Our last and main event was two hours of live jazz with Megan Birdsall and some of the best jazz musicians in KC. It was held at the former R bar now run by Moxie Catering.
|Interior of R Bar|
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The December event is now sold out.