We are very pleased with all that we accomplished in partnership with Townsend Communications and KC Studio magazine. I want to thank Guy Townsend and his team for their wonderful work and support throughout this partnership. Starting this month, KCPT is returning to a simpler Member Guide. This guide will keep you informed of programming, events, member benefits, and will highlight local and national content.
Of course, KCPT remains focused on the arts with programs like Putting Down Roots, the story about the “tree” planted in the front lawn of the Nelson Atkins Museum; Celebration at the Station with the Kansas City Symphony; and Homecoming, The Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonato. We are also excited to roll out a new program, Art Tasting with Julian (Julian Zugazagoitia, CEO of the Nelson Atkins Museum) beginning early this year.
Please also watch The Local Show for arts’ coverage, including coverage of this year’s PerformARTS organizations.
- Folly Theater
- Unicorn Theatre
- American Jazz Museum
- Kansas City Ballet
- Jewish Community Center
- Mid-America Arts Alliance
With PerformARTS coverage, we are helping Kansas Citians connect with the local arts’ scene and, in turn, helping these organizations enjoy greater success. Last year’s PerformARTS organizations were thrilled with the publicity and significant increases in ticket sales. KCPT is proud to shine a light on these very worthy artists. We want to thank the John W. and Effie E. Speas Memorial Trust, Bank of America, Trustee; and the Richard J. Stern Foundation for the Arts, Commerce Bank Trustee in generous support of PerformARTS.
I hope you will stay connected to the arts through KCPT’s programming, concerts and events, website, and social media.
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