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2006 Charlotte Street Foundation Awards Announced
April 1, 2006
Winners of the 2006 Charlotte Street Foundation awards are: Anthony Baab, Deanna Dikeman, Justin Gainan, Aaron Wrinkle.
2007 Charlotte Street Foundation Awards
Article lists 2007 Charlotte Street Foundation Award winners with brief biographies and color reproductions of their work. Artists are: Cody Critcheloe, Jessica Kincaid, Emily Sall, and James Trotter.
A Force for Art
Article profiles David Hughes, creator of the Urban Culture Project and the Charlotte Street Foundation.
A Foundation for Creativity
April 10, 2011
The 2011 award winners of grants from Charlotte Street Foundation include Peggy Noland, Ricky Allman, and Andy Brayman. Works from the three are pictured: Noland's Crossroads boutique "with outlandish...
After Dark on Charlotte Street
February 1, 2004
Review of seventh annual Charlotte Street Foundation Award Exhibition.
Andy Warhol Funds go to Charlotte Street Foundation
November 1, 2006
The Charlotte Street Foundation has received a two-year grant of $30,000 each year from the Andy Warhol Foundation. The grant is designated to support the Urban Culture Project.
Art in the Loop
January 19, 2005
Article features an interview with Kate Hackman, project director for the Art in the Loop which is a new program that will fund works of art to be produced by Kansas City Art Institute faculty or alumni...
Artists' Careers Get a Boost
February 14, 2010
Three artists have received the 2010 Charlotte Street Foundation visual artist awards for artistic merit. They are clothing designer, Ari Fish; fabric artist, Sonie Ruffin; and painter, Caleb Taylor. Article...
Black House Improvisers' Collective
Article on the the Black House Improvisers' Collective (BHIC), an organization that provides resources and support for local musicians. The program was started by saxophonist Hunter Long in conjunction...
Building Gets New Life For Artistic Purposes
May 15, 2007
The 13-story Ozark Building built in 1911 and located at 906 Grand is to become a central destination and gathering place for the arts community. The building is owned by UMB and the new name is pARTnership...
Charlotte Street Foundation: the Mission Behind the Money
In its ten years of existence, the Charlotte Street Foundation has given out awards to 61 artists, totaling $342,500. The project was formed in 1997 partly in response to cut-backs in funding at the National...
Charlotte Street Fund Exhibition at JCCC Gallery of Art
February 1, 2006
Review of exhibit of work by the winners of the Charlotte Street Foundation awards for 2005. Artists are: Callyann Cateel, Max Key, Miles Neidinger, Craig Subler, and Sean Ward.
Charlotte Street Recipient Tapped for Residency
August 1, 2006
The Charlotte Street Foundation and Art Omi have created an Artists' Residency program in Columbia County, New York. The first award recipient was Callyann Casteel, a 2002 graduate of the Kansas City Art...
Five Artists Show in Charlotte Street Awards Exhibition
September 1, 2006
Review of exhibition featuring work by 2006 Charlotte Street Awards. Artists are: Anthony Baab, Deanna Dikeman, Justin Gainan, Elijah Gowin, and Aaron Wrinkle.
Friend to KC Artists
January 13, 2013
Article announces that David Hughes, founder and co-director of the Charlotte Street Foundation, will step down from his position in 2013. Hughes is interviewed and describes his decision. A history of...
He Wants You to Think
March 16, 2014
Profile of Kansas City artist Peter Cowdin, known to the arts community as A. Bitterman. The author writes that Bitterman was trained as a printmaker, moved to Kansas City in 1988 where he took a hiatus...
Honors Go to Artists Who Came Back Home
June 7, 2009
Article discusses artists in various media who left Kansas City to "soak up big-city ideas" but ultimately returned to their native Kansas City. Glenn North, poet, and Tiffany Sisemore, choreographer,...
Keep it in Kansas City: The Urban Culture Project
Article provides a history of the Urban Culture Project. The project was started in 2002. Its aim was to pair artists and architects to create a program for a downtown space. Kate Hackman was among the...
Article describes blossoming of Kansas City as a "culture hub" focusing particularly on visual arts. The Nelson-Atkins, Nerman, and Kemper Museums are profiled as well as public art, galleries and foundations...
Something for the Stage
The Charlotte Street Foundation, that reguarly give awards for the visual arts, has decided to include performing arts awards. The year 2008 "will mark the first-ever presentation of the Charlotte Street...
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