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Environmental artist Neil Goss talks about his work, his preference to create pieces outdoors, and the challenge of gathering his natural materials.
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A sampling of April's gallery openings and museum exhibitions throughout the metro area include continuing ceramics solo and group exhibits related to the 2016 NCECA Conference and a collection of vintage amateur photography that captured everyday American life at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
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If you love piano music, then you will be in heaven during the first two weeks of April. Famed Russian pianists Konstantin Lifschitz and Olga Kern appear for the Friends of Chamber Music and the Lied Center in Lawrence, respectively. Benjamin Grosvenor plays at the Kauffman Center with the Kansas City Symphony, and Canadian William Aide performs at the UMKC Conservatory. The Symphony has another concert featuring violinist Bella Hristova, performing a world premiere. The famed Takács Quartet appears for The Friends of Chamber Music, and Metropolitan Opera star Isabel Leonard is joined by guitarist Sharon Isbin for an evening of Spanish music for the Harriman-Jewell Series.
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Kansas City Ballet presents "New Moves;" Shen Yun returns to the Kauffman Center; Jonah Bokaer presents performances and workshops at JCCC; Owen/Cox Dance teams up with Ensemble Ibérica for "DANZA: 500 Years of Dance in Spain."
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UMKC Conservatory’s spring production of Benjamin Britten’s chamber opera “The Turn of the Screw,” based on the Henry James novel of the same name, is full of unspoken horrors and some fine performances by emerging artists.
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“Back in Time for Murder” at The Mystery Train; “The Island” at Kansas City Actors Theatre; “Roof of the World” and “The Fantasticks” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre; “The Whale” at the Unicorn Theatre; “Sing Out, Sister!” at Quality Hill Playhouse; “The Wizard of Paws” at Martin City Melodrama; “Where the Wild Things Are” at the Coterie Theatre; “Kinderstransport” at the White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center; “Annie Get Your Gun” at Musical Theater Heritage; “The Session” at KC MeltingPot Theatre; “The Life and Times of the Three Little Pigs” at Theater for Young America; “Godspell 2012” at Jewell Theatre Company; “No Sex Please, We’re British” at Olathe Civic Theatre Association; and more.
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Three new gifts totaling $4.5 million have brought plans for the University of Missouri-Kansas City Downtown Campus for the Arts significantly closer to fruition.
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The National Council for Education of the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) presented its annual awards for excellence on March 18 at the Kansas City Convention Center.
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Independent curator, artist, and writer, Lynnette Miranda has been named the 2016–17 Charlotte Street Curator-in-Residence. Miranda will begin her residency this summer, launching her first exhibition this fall.
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For independent movie enthusiasts, here are some April release dates of note in the Kansas City area including "Eye in the Sky," a modern day war drama with a horrific quandary starring Helen Mirren, and "I Saw the Light," a Hank Williams biopic featuring Tom Hiddleston.
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