Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Kansas City Artists Coalition Begs For Cash Amid COVID Depression

Hipsters share this presser that hopes to power development, real estate speculation and urban core gentrification right across the street from TKC's 2nd favorite chicken place in Kansas City.

Check-it . . .

The Kansas City Artists Coalition is helping artists dream big

A view of the 150+ original artworks that were donated by local and regional artists to the 2020 KCAC Art Auction. // Photo by Kirk Decker The Kansas City Artists Coalition (KCAC) was created to change the lives of artists living in Kansas City, Missouri and the region.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

If your art is not a commercial success then you are not an artist, just an unemployed faggot. Get a job and support yourself.

Anonymous said...

seems like the easy life while living vs the works having more value after death.

sounds like a good after work evening hobby, nothing else.

Anonymous said...

Ha, ha. Oh yeah, my check's in the mail. How about you CHUD boi, are your contributing to your friends at Millie B's?

Anonymous said...

^^What's Millie B's pop-pops?

Anonymous said...

Milli-B is Missi-B's tranny, non-binary fuck freak.

Anonymous said...

^^what's that, and how do you know about it pop-pops?

Anonymous said...

Go ask the Nelson Foundation ya lazy a-holes.

Anonymous said...

Pop-pops must like tranny dick. Weird.

Anonymous said...


Why not contact Lucas and have him dip into tax payers money for them to paint racist BLM on the the rest of the streets in KC.

Anonymous said...

If your art or music doesn't bring in the money then you aren't an artist or musician. You are just an unemployed bum in need of another career.

Anonymous said...

Lazy people don't like to work for a living.

Anonymous said...

^^says the lazy bastard who knows.

Anonymous said...

I just dropped some art in the toilet.

Tracy Thomas said...

Y'all are animals. These comments show exactly why NONE of you have any original art on your walls or sculptures in your yards. Just some tittie posters or free chainsaw calendars. Because you also can't seem to write a coherent original comment that is not in the gutter.

For the record, I was the founding president of the Kansas City Artists Coalition, about 40 years ago. And for many years, I was the single largest bidder at their annual February auctions. My home is a gallery of local artists. Buying art when someone is just emerging is very meaningful.

I am so proud of them for continuing to make being an artist sustainable in Kansas City.