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KCMetropolis was launched in 2008 to fill a clear and critical need for coverage and promotion of the arts throughout Kansas City metro. Since its inception, KCM has established itself as a trusted source of cultural information for an ever-expanding readership and has become an indispensable partner to Kansas City’s arts community.
KCM provides first-rate arts criticism, makes the arts accessible to the public, and generates quantifiable ticket sales for arts organizations through coverage and the KCM Events calendar. KCM features community writers who offer talented and expert voices coming from the musicologists, musicians, artists, actors, professional writers within the community.
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ArtsKC – Regional Arts Council
Francis Family Foundation Small Arts Grant
Francis Family Foundation Board of Directors Discretionary Gift by David Oliver
Johnson County, Kansas, Arts Council
Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation
William T. Kemper Foundation
Patricia E. Cleary Miller, Ph.D., Miller-Mellor Association
Missouri Arts Council
Robert D. Regnier Fund, Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
Richard J. Stern Foundation for the Arts – Commerce Bank,Trustee
Recent Individual Donors
Porter and Cheryl Arneill
Ken and Emily Behrmann
Edward and Marilyn Curtis
Don and Patricia Dagenais
Arnold Epley and Beth Gentry
David and Lorraine Hamilton
Andy and Nancy Huckaba
Leslie D. Mark
Doug and Cecelia McNair
Andy and Laura Muir
David Field Oliver
Nathan and Margaret Perkins-McGuinness
Michael and Cary Pandzik
Charles & Michele Ritter
Sarah & Kyle VanLanduyt
Sarah M. Weitzel
Toni and Sonny Wiseman
Anonymous individual donor
Arts Incubator of Kansas City
Gregory Carroll and Doris Wright Carroll
Jim and Mary Grant, GMG Designs
Nathan Granner and Laurie Arbore
Donald J. and Adele M. Hall
Laurie J. Hamilton
Ellen Kort, in honor of Vivien Wishna
John and Leona Schaefer
Peter Sunderman & Curt Thomas
Richard Wetzel, Centric Designs
We would like to thank our writers, volunteers and others who donate their valuable time
and support to make KCMetropolis.org a reality.
A heartfelt thanks to Pam Taylor and Pete Dulin of PresentMagazine.com for hosting, advocating and supporting KCM for the first 6 months of our existence in 2008/09.
Without their generosity, we would not have been able to exist and grow.
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2017-18 Board of Directors
Andy Huckaba, Chairman
Huckaba & Associates, President
Lenexa City Councilman
Sarah VanLanduyt, Secretary
Arts Council of Johnson County, Executive Director
David Field Oliver, Treasurer
Berkowitz Oliver Williams Shaw & Eisenbrandt, LLP
Partner and Chairman of the Management Committee
City of Lawrence, KS, Arts & Culture Manager
Carslen Center presents at JCCC, General Manager
Musica Vocale, Director
Retired Professor, William Jewell College
Chairman Emeritus & Co-Founder, Opera Singer, Entrepreneur
Charlotte Street Foundation, Development Director
Visit KC, Online Marketing Manager
Marcy Chiasson, Executive Director, Publisher & Co-Founder
Anthony Rodgers, Senior Editor
Laura Vernaci, Dance Editor
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KCMetropolis.org publishes online substantive, critical, unbiased review, preview and side-story articles
on the traditional and independent arts to help promote, make accessible and
educate the general public about Kansas City’s rich arts environment.