Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Overwhelmingly Rich & White Kansas City Art Institute Advocates Black Revolution

Here's a glimpse at one of the most expensive schools in Kansas City playing activist with a new show that's financed by big money parents, patrons and people who are so rich that they can afford to roll their eyes and the strident advocacy of these artsy scholars. 

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New Kansas City Art Institute gallery features Black artists in 1st exhibit

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Art Institute will open its new gallery with an exhibit featuring Black artists. "Revolution in Our Lifetime: An Exhibition in Three Parts" will feature works by Emory Douglas, the African American Artists Collective and KCAI students, according to Michael Schonhoff, director of the KCAI gallery.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

That picture kinda makes me wanna go to Sambo's.

Bandit said...

I thought that's what the street graffiti was for.

Anonymous said...

Momma lil churrin lub showtnin shwotnin, momma lil churrin lub shortnin bread.

Anonymous said...

Thé blacks will alienate their white supporters for not being black enough. It always happens.

Anonymous said...

I didn’t know drawing with a stick in the dirt was art, who’d a thunk it!

Anonymous said...

LIBERALS KILL LIBERALS

Anonymous said...


This doesn't surprise me. This is a propaganda picture and if people think this is going to fly think again. You black people have never been able to get along no matter what was done or given to you. You are the new ISIS of this country. BTW does anyone at the art institute glorify Hispanic art or any other nationality? It's clear that's a NO. You people are as insecure as Michele Obama.

Anonymous said...

Its NEVER enough for them, NEVER enough!

Anonymous said...

The Dem playbook -- make sure everyone continues to divide themselves along racial lines and gender so groups continue to hate other groups. The liberal media helps them play their reindeer games.

Anonymous said...

I'll give the kids space to express themselves, parents the room to finance their kids "protest", professors the venue to feel like they are doing something, and the schools leaders to feel like they are making a difference in their insulated 10 acre enclave between the plaza and Troost where residents have to finance private security, bars on windows, and security systems to protect themselves and their property.

Anonymous said...

Once a respected institution with a demanding curriculum, now a co-enabled circle jerk between students, faculty, staff, administration, and donors. Accrediting bodies come through every couple of years, kick the tires and say "whatever".

Anonymous said...

Wow, KCAI is one of the most inclusive progressive institutions in the midwest. They have phenomenal leadership, and a great faculty and staff who nurture the individual talents of their students. Students of each generation need to create and assert their agenda and identify, but hope they know what they got!

Anonymous said...

Fuck these little nerds. Close this place down. Bunch of homos and lefties.

Anonymous said...

Hey 11:05- Take a look at the ownership of the construction companies working on campus improvements and names on the board of directors-you'll start to connect the dots and figure out what this school is really about.