ACJC Annual Meeting on Tuesday, December 17th, noon
Guest speakers include Peter Witte, Dean, UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance and representatives from the Kansas City, MO Mayor’s Task Force for the Arts.
Register here. *Registration if required and includes lunch.
Announcing the 2014 Shooting Stars Finalists
Shooting Stars is one of the Arts Council of Johnson County’s signature programs. It was started in 1997, by Bob Endres as way to celebrate student achievement in the arts as none existed at the time. Today Shooting Stars remains one of only a few programs in the community to celebrate outstanding performing, visual and literary student artists.This year we are excited to announce 108 students from 25 high schools have been nominated for the Class of 2014 Shooting Stars. On March 30, 2014 the community and the Arts Council will honor each Shooting Stars student at the Annual Shooting Stars Gala. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating these extraordinary young artists.
Get smART with the Arts Council of Johnson County!
Dd you miss smART Exchange last month?Thanks to generous support from the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art you can view smART Exchange: Public Art & Civic Placemaking here.
Many thanks to Hesse McGraw, Joe Waters, and Mel Ziegler for presenting and to Josh Shelton for moderating the discussion! smART Exchange is funded by the Francis Family Foundation, the Walton Family Foundation, el dorado architects Foundation, and ArtsKC Fund.