Category Archives: Kansas City

INDIGENOUS | OUT OF THE WILD WITH A.BITTERMAN

KC artist A.Bitterman’s residency project at Andrea Zittel’s Indy Island. Project Blog Advertisements

INDIGENOUS | OUT OF THE WILD WITH A.BITTERMAN

KC artist A.Bitterman’s residency project at Andrea Zittel’s Indy Island. Project Blog

Amy Fredman

The Palace recently hosted Kansas City based artist Amy Fredman whose work explores embroidery that shifts between the bounds of painting and textiles.  She spent time working in the studio on a large scale embroidery painting of Flora and Anna. 

Amy Fredman

The Palace recently hosted Kansas City based artist Amy Fredman whose work explores embroidery that shifts between the bounds of painting and textiles.  She spent time working in the studio on a large scale embroidery painting of Flora and Anna. 

Tim Amundson & Drew Roth

Kansas City based artists Tim Amundson and Drew Roth visited the Palace for a few days on there way up to Clermont, IA. Tim Amundson has been traveling over the last year photographing the American landscape and social strata.  His

Tim Amundson & Drew Roth

Kansas City based artists Tim Amundson and Drew Roth visited the Palace for a few days on there way up to Clermont, IA. Tim Amundson has been traveling over the last year photographing the American landscape and social strata.  His

Carmen Moreno & Amos Leager

Kansas City artists Carmen Moreno and Amos Leager collaboratively designed a tent that used a pin hole camera they created to view the Transit of Venus.  They set up the tent on the Palace lawn for a viewing.  Kansas City

Carmen Moreno & Amos Leager

Kansas City artists Carmen Moreno and Amos Leager collaboratively designed a tent that used a pin hole camera they created to view the Transit of Venus.  They set up the tent on the Palace lawn for a viewing.  Kansas City

Sarabeth Dunton-Diamond

The Palace recently hosted multidisciplinary Kansas City based artist Sarabeth Dunton-Diamond.  While at the Palace she expanded on a project that re-purposes venetian blinds to create temporary installations within the space of the landscape. Check out more of her performances,

Sarabeth Dunton-Diamond

The Palace recently hosted multidisciplinary Kansas City based artist Sarabeth Dunton-Diamond.  While at the Palace she expanded on a project that re-purposes venetian blinds to create temporary installations within the space of the landscape. Check out more of her performances,

E A T I N G: F R E N C H

Here are a few dishes that were made during Aaron Storck’s visit.  The video he created during his residency is now on view at the H&R Block Artspace’s 2012 Flatfile show. We cooked up a chicken raised here at the

E A T I N G: F R E N C H

Here are a few dishes that were made during Aaron Storck’s visit.  The video he created during his residency is now on view at the H&R Block Artspace’s 2012 Flatfile show. We cooked up a chicken raised here at the

Todd Christiansen & Lindsey Fernandez

LATE ENTRY:  During Neil Thrun’s stay here at the Palace, his collaborator Todd Christiansen and Lindsey Fernandez (a current painting student at KCAI) joined us for an evening.  They filmed the goats in the barn for a current video project

Todd Christiansen & Lindsey Fernandez

LATE ENTRY:  During Neil Thrun’s stay here at the Palace, his collaborator Todd Christiansen and Lindsey Fernandez (a current painting student at KCAI) joined us for an evening.  They filmed the goats in the barn for a current video project