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  • Kemper Museum of Contemporary ArtKemper Museum of Contemporary Art Kansas City, Kansas
    The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art opened in 1994 with a nucleus collection from Bebe and R. Crosby Kemper, Jr., in Kansas City, Missouri. The collection includes works from the 1913 Armory Show and those of the current day artists. Included in the permanent collection are works from; Kojo Griffin, Dale Chihuly, Jim Hodges, Arthur Dove, Wayne Thiebaud, Louise Bourgeois, Garry Winogrand, Andrew Wyeth, Robert Mapplethorpe, Fairfield Porter, Christian Boltanski, Georgia O'Keefe, Romare Bearden, Frank Stella and Lesley Dill. The unique structure that houses the collections was built during the period from 1992 to 1994, and designed by Gunnar Birkerts. It contains a big central atrium that sits under articulated skylights, with two wings spreading out from the main building like wings of a bird and the main gallery has the works from the permanent collection and those of special exhibitions. The side galleries have the temporary or rotating works, with a big room that holds the works on paper and crafts that are part of the permanent collections. In the Cafe Sebatienne, you can still enjoy the many works located there, as well as contemporary foods that will have you coming back often. The early collection held 100 works of art and today that has grown into over a 1000 that include all medias including; paintings, photography, prints, sculpture, works on paper and installations. The oldest work was done in 1913, and has works from every year after that.

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  • Kaleidoscope
    Back in the 60s, Kansas City resident Don Hall had a really bright idea that would help children from all over become as creative as they wanted to or dreamed to be. He got some of his co-workers from Hallmark, and together would invent the most magical imagination machine of his day and called it kaleidoscope. It has welcomed millions of children from all across the world, came here to enjoy the wonderful opportunities that place had to offer. At Kaleidoscope, kids can create anything they can imagine, think of or dream of; using melted crayons, watercolor paints, markers, stars, zigs, hearts, zags, shiny papers, pretty ribbons and all kinds of material that Hallmark has discarded. This is the land of Oz that children from all over have followed Alice into and now has the most fantastic opportunity to discover the world of color, imagination and dreams. It has to be one of the most incredible places in the world, not just because it is free, which it is, but because of all the unbelievable things that kids can and will do while they visit. They offer art classes for folks of all ages and sizes, using the recycled materials that Hallmark doesn't use or need any longer, and each class is just 40 minutes, so you can go and explore other exciting places that encourage your kids or family to aspire, inspire and perspire to your heart's content. One of the sites, web sites that is is; which you must go to and try it out. It is amazing, and your child will want to come here as often as you let them and they don't have to leave the house. It has made some great artists to be sure. Even if you don't live around Kansas City or the Kaleidoscope, be sure to try out and you will be thanking those wonderful folks that made that page available for all the artistic dreamers out there in netherland and the great people like Don Hall that makes it possible for kids and big kids to try doing something artistic, even if they can't draw a line, never mind a straight one.

February 11, 2011