Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Kansas City Artists Desperately Seeking Studio Space Despite Lack Of Success

Gone are the days of painting, sculpting or crafting a way out of unsatisfactory working conditions . . . The creative-class NEXTGEN seems to think that Kansas City taxpayers owe them an artsy environment . . . Watch this one for a future sales tax in the making. Hopefully, a corporate benefactor can bail them out given how bigger KC companies supply so many local biz type suits with B.S. jobs.

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KC's Vanishing Studio Spaces: Can we reverse it? Panel Discussion on Jan 16

Quality studio spaces are disappearing from prime areas in Kansas City. Artists and their art have enhanced and rejuvenated areas, communities, and businesses only to have their studio spaces face increased rents, or have their buildings re-purposed to attract a different clientele.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

free free free free free free

no free lunch...

Anonymous said...

^^5:30AM?!?!--Go find a life!

Anonymous said...

Bernie's little army wants some free shit, please tax payers.

Anonymous said...

East side KC and Marlborough areas are ripe for artist to move in and rejuvenate the area.

Anonymous said...

7:59 AM?!?! Go find a banana!!