T H E F R O N T I E R

a charlotte street 15 year anniversary project considering the history and future of artist-driven pioneering in Kansas City and the changing nature of the city's "frontiers"

Reception for Phase II of The Frontier THIS FRIDAY, June 15, 6-9pm

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Join Charlotte Street and the curators, artists, writers, archivists and others involved in the second incarnation of the The Frontier this Friday evening!  The evening will include readings by Stephen Proski and Taylor Wallace  – beginning at 7pm – of their poems featured in SubUrban: Kansas City Regionalism: a Collection of Poetry, produced by artist/curator Molly Kaderka as part of her Frontier curatorial project, as well as a live music performance by Hunter Long, also featured in Kaderka’s project.

Phase II curators are Heather Lustfeldt, Robert Josiah BingamanErika Lynne Hanson, and Molly Kaderka, Artists featured include: Jessica BrandlGearJessica Manco, Margaret Shelby, Jose Faus, William Willmott, Kelly J. Clark, Mark FloranceMisha KligmanMichael KruegerBeniah LeuschkeJustin GainanCory ImigNicholas Naughton, B.J. Wooley, Kelly Lynn Jones & Collin McKelveyRicky AllmanMatt JacobsRobert Josiah BingamanHunter Long, Sara CramerJaclyn Senne, Stephen Proski, Taylor Wallace, Jamie Lynn Heller, and more.

Also on view will be a new incarnation of the Living Timeline, featuring a selection of ephemera relating to the history of artist-run spaces in Kansas City. This new timeline installation is curated by Pat Alexander and Living Archive volunteers Jennifer Williams and Sam Casey.

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