This week, Leo Morton talks about his involvement with the Big 5 arts campus initiative. We take a look inside The Box Gallery. Author Candice Millard discusses her new book, Destiny of the Republic. And in observance of KCPT’s 50th birthday, we recruit some KCPT viewers to tell us what KCPT means to them.
Nick Haines welcomes Leo Morton, the Champion for the arts campus initiative, to The Local Show to discuss the progress on this Big 5 idea.
Randy Mason gives you a quick tour of the current exhibit at The Box Gallery which showcases the work of graduate students in the UMKC Theater Department.
Destiny of the Republic, which tells the tale of the madness and murder of President James Garfield, started the year in the number 15 spot on the New York Times nonfiction list. Randy Mason caught up with Candice Millard.
What does KCPT mean to you? To celebrate KCPT’s 50th Birthday, we have asked viewers to share what KCPT means to them.