The Art in the Loop Foundation is pleased to announce the schedule of summer art installations and performances by local artists who were selected for “Art in the Loop Project: Make/Believe.” This year marks the sixth for the Art in the Loop Project and includes artwork based on photography, virtual and augmented reality, hip-hop, poetry, puppetry, electronic music, interactive sculptures and more.
The 2019 Art in the Loop Project: Make/Believe infuses the center of Downtown Kansas City with innovative and engaging temporary art that will refresh, intrigue and surprise Downtown employees, residents, and visitors. The project also creates opportunities for local emerging and established artists to extend their practice into the Downtown environment with curatorial, professional and logistical support.
The Art in the Loop Project is a curated outdoor exhibition of temporary artworks and performances presented in three Downtown locations: the KC Streetcar, Washington Square Park, and the Kansas City Central Library.
KC Parks is thrilled to again host the Art in the Park component of the project. Through a competitive selection process, the following local artists were selected to enliven Washington Square Park with installations from May through September.
Artists and Art Installations:
- Ari Fish, Tact
- John Hachmeister, We Remember, We Forget
- Alonso L. Ortega, Endless
Additionally, two performances will take place in Washington Square Park.
- Jade Osborne & Calvin Arsenia, INTER RELATION>SHIP – Wed., Jun. 19, Time TBD
- UN/TUCK Collective, Trans/Portal – Sat., Aug. 17, Time TBD
The KC Streetcar (Art on the Line) and the Kansas City Central Library (Art at the Library) will also host installations and performances. The 2019 Art in the Loop Kick-Off Event will be held on June 5 at the Central Library.
Click here to view all of the 2019 Art in the Loop artists’ concepts>>