Author Archives: Sean M. Starowitz

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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I heard beforehand that The Speakeasy was going to be more dynamic than the typical art show, but still I was surprised by the number of events and the breadth of the subjects covered. Except…

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9 lbs coffee (170 cups of Joe) pour over only 25 lbs of Alex pope meat Evolving Howard 3 visiting Artists in Residence Loaves of 6 rye, 1 sem, 60 buns, 6 w hires Orange marmalade 700  + visitors 5 … Continue reading

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We Are Furious Yellow: Reflections on the Speakeasy by m.o.i.

We Are Furious Yellow: Reflections on the Speakeasy by m.o.i. “Those are not worms. They are only maggots.”[1] There is a raft of coveted demographics adrift and in search of authentic experiences. I do not mean a basil gimlet or … Continue reading

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Nutbread Land – Speakeasy! by David Anderson

I heard beforehand that The Speakeasy was going to be more dynamic than the typical art show, but still I was surprised by the number of events and the breadth of the subjects covered. Except for the food and beer … Continue reading

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Dialogue & Dance at The Speakeasy Tonight!

Dance! Dance! Dance! Dance! Dance! Dialogue!

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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 … Continue reading

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May 12th, 12-3 PM, How To Be Narcissistic Workshop!

How To Be Narcissistic: A Workshop and Performance lead by Paul Shortt and Rhiannon Birdsall “Your Narcissism is Medicore” -Timothy “Speed” Levitch, The Cruise We spend so much time these days thinking about our online persona’s on sites like Facebook … Continue reading

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