Last month (February7th, 2013)-Liberty Arts Foundation president Bob Steinkamp & China Slaughter Reading Park-Chairperson Anna Driskill sat down with KCXL radio host Bill Kersten to discuss a a myriad of topics:
Links to sound track recordings:
Please take a moment to open the links & give a listen while sipping your morning coffee or tea…….you may be greatly surprised just how much REALLY is going on in Liberty!
Circle of Friends interview-first portion(Approx. 28 min)
Circle of Friends-second half session (approx 27 min)
The Liberty Arts Foundation now has 3 (three) “Assigned Funds” donation categories on our Donations page:
- LAF “General Funds” ( to be applied to projects of art as designated BY the LAF)
- China Slaughter Statue (Strictly for the art work in the park)
- Liberty Triangle Art (to be applied to the Kinetic Art Projects in the Triangle Roundabout)
To print out a mail in for please click here for our Liberty Arts Found Request_5E
The Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City has appointed Kate Forristall as director of the ArtsKC Fund fundraising program.
This new new position directs ArtsKC Fund development including workplace giving and foundation support.
Ms Forristall once worked in development for the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and Starlight Theatre,
The Liberty Arts Foundation is supporter of MANY facets of the arts!
Visual: (Liberty Arts Commission/Liberty Fall Festival-Art Car, Liberty Arts Squared, paintings, pastels, photographs, sculptures, pottery, fibre…and literature…..to name a few)
Musical:(vocal…Like the Liberty Community Chorus or instrumental…Like the Liberty Symphony Orchestra or the Harrimen-Jewell Series)
Performing: (Corbin Theatre, The Liberty Performing Arts Theatre……)
These are but a FEW of the arts we support, endorse, strongly suggest you embrace & enjoy…and Most of all…SUPPORT! In this time…..we all need funds to endure & grow, to help the arts grow.
(copied from the KC Star-Sunday-June 10, 2012)
(For complete article click above title)
By DIRK LAMMERS The Associated Press
MONTROSE, S.D. | Cartoonlike buzzards wielding a knife and fork, anvil and oversized mallet might seem like an odd way to welcome tourists, but Porter Sculpture Park is no typical roadside attraction.
The vultures representing reincarnated politicians are just a few of the more than 40 quirky creations originating in the mind of Wayne Porter, who uses his blacksmith know-how and appreciation of history to turn twisted concepts into metallic works of art. (Cont’d.)
It’s almost (Art) SHOW Time Ladies & Gents….Boys & Girls!!
The 3rd Annual Liberty Arts Squared Fine Arts Show in Downtown Liberty is HERE!!
Tonite from 5pm to almost 10 pm with adult beverages, food, music AND Fine Art! Not your typical beer can airplanes). The Fun continues Saturday from 9 to 4pm…..with more art and stuff for ALL ages. Bring your wallets….your curiosity AND your family!