Dialogue and Dance!

We would like to invite you to the closing reception of The Speakeasy this coming Friday, May 11 at 8pm. Naturally, and as always, we will be serving food, drinks, and conversation to all comers.

The night is going to start out with a group discussion on the Speakeasy exhibit and project as a whole. This will be your chance to share with us directly what you thought about the project as a whole. Feel free to offer challenging criticisms, personal anecdotes relating to you experiences there, informal reviews, or just offer straight flattery. We’ll take it all! We want to know what you thought, and we’d like to discuss where this could go, how this can operate as a model, and how it could be better.

Following the discussion, it will be TIME TO D.A.N.C.E! With our friend DJ Fat Sal spinning some super funkee records. While everyone is getting their groove on Field Trip Publishing will be there with some very special guest to pick out some audience members to participate in the DANCE TEST later that evening. Lavish prizes will be given to those who are judged the best dancers of the night!

Saturday at Noon is How To Be Narcissistic Workshop!

Fri-Sat-Sun, YARD SALE, All items must go! Buy our furniture and last chance to buy our goods. http://kansascity.craigslist.org/gms/3006373590.html


About Sean M. Starowitz

Sean M. Starowitz’s work is executed in a variety of social, political, and community engaged contexts. Notable projects include Fresh Bread, BREAD! KC and Byproduct: The Laundromat. He has also explored curatorial projects such as The Speakeasy, and Vagabond, Kansas City’s premiere pop-up restaurant. He has contributed writings to Proximity Magazine and Temporary Art Review, and has lectured at Queens College in NY, UCLA’s World Arts and Cultures Department, and at American University in D.C. He currently resides in Kansas City, Missouri as the artist-in-residence at the Farm To Market Bread Company. He is a 2010 graduate of the Interdisciplinary Arts program at the Kansas City Art Institute and a 2012 Rocket Grant recipient with support from the Charlotte St. Foundation, Spencer Museum of Art and the Andy Warhol Foundation. More recently, he is a 2014 Charlotte St. Foundation Visual Art Award Fellow.
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