Reception to celebrate triumphs of 2022 Art in the Loop Project: Sustainable


Make plans now to attend the Art in the Loop Closing Reception on Thursday evening, Nov. 3.

The 2022 Art in the Loop Project: Sustainable will wrap up its latest season with a reception, illustrated review, and reflection on this year’s entries beginning at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Central Library. Click here to learn more about this free celebration.

Art in the Loop organizers and participants will look back on the artistic works and performances featured from June to September. Art director Kyle Mullins will lead a presentation that highlights all the offerings, and selected artists will present their works and discuss their experiences. Among them:

  • Devin Edwards, Darrius’s Garden, on KC Streetcar 806
  • DINKC Galicia, Generations, at the Power & Light Southbound Streetcar Stop
  • David Wayne Reed, Mother, at the Kauffman Center Southbound Streetcar Stop
  • Jennifer Lapka with A.P. Visual, The Dieynaba Dress, at the Metro Center Northbound Streetcar Stop
  • Raffaela Malazarte, Mahalaga, at the Library Northbound Streetcar Stop
  • Dave Lowenstein, You Are Here, at the Union Station Streetcar Stop
  • Sol Anzorena, Take Care of Who Cares For You, at the River Market West Streetcar Stop

The event will also feature performances by the flamenco trio FlamenKCMO, poet Natasha Ria El-Scari, and jazz musician Kevin “Church” Johnson.

Art in the Loop is designed to make cultural experiences available to Downtown residents, visitors, and workers. The Closing Reception is co-presented by the Art in the Loop Foundation, the Downtown Council, and KC Streetcar Authority.

A reception and live performance will start at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, followed by the program at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Click here to register and to learn more.