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Kansas City Art Institute

  • Blogs

    March 7, 2013

    St. Louis Rules, Kansas City Drools: A Response to the Kansas City Star

    Here at RFT, we did a double take when we stumbled on a Kansas City Star headline this week that read, "KC is rising while St. Louis keeps falling." Then we actually read the column by Yael T. Abouhalkah, who argues that "Kansas City is superior to St. Louis." Really? We can't let this one go. I ... More >>

  • Calendar

    April 21, 2011
  • Blogs

    June 25, 2010

    RIP Joe Deal, Influential Landscape Photographer and Wash. U. Professor

    Joe Deal, a landscape photographer who played an influential role in the development of the "New Topographics" movement, which showed the influence of humans upon the natural world, died last Friday in Providence, Rhode Island, of bladder cancer. He was 62. From 1989 to 1999, he served as dean of wh ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 9, 2009

    Opening Recap: "Mechanical Flower: New Growth" at D-Zine

    D-Zine Hair & Art in the Delmar Loop played host Friday night to Eric Nichols and his newest collection of works entitled "Mechanical Flower: New Growth."Originally from Decatur, Illinois, Nichols moved to St. Louis in 1985, and has since earned art degrees from the Kansas City Art Institute and ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 30, 2007
  • Calendar

    October 11, 2006
  • Culture

    September 6, 2006

    Spanorama

    A new installation does justice to the functional beauty of the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge

  • Culture

    March 30, 2005

    Current Shows

    Ivy Cooper encapsulates the St. Louis art scene

  • Culture

    March 16, 2005

    Current Shows

    Ivy Cooper encapsulates the St. Louis art scene

  • Culture

    March 9, 2005

    Current Shows

    Ivy Cooper encapsulates the St. Louis art scene

  • Calendar

    January 19, 2005

    This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    Week of January 19, 2005

  • Culture

    September 4, 2002

    Glazed Over

    Building a 200-foot-long artwork along the floodwall has its perils

  • Culture

    January 9, 2002

    Unplanned Obsolescence

    Michael Byron's Amitin Notebook Project recycles material earmarked for the dustbin of history.

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