Paragraph gallery (23 E. 12th) is an architecturally-awarded, approximately 1000-square-foot space well suited for presenting a wide range of work, from one-person shows to curated group exhibitions, as well as for hosting public programs, special events, receptions, screenings and intimate performances. This street-level, storefront space faces 12th Street, a busy thoroughfare in downtown Kansas City.
Charlotte Street Foundation (CSF) is a nationally leading non-profit arts organization that supports and recognizes outstanding artists in Greater Kansas City; presents, promotes, enhances and encourages the visual, performing and interdisciplinary arts; and fosters economic development in the urban core of Kansas City, MO. Through a range of initiatives and partnership programs, CSF cultivates an environment in Kansas City where artists and art thrive.
Charlotte Street Foundation was established in 1997 in response to needs articulated by artists and those who saw the arts as a valuable creative, social and economic resource to the city. Charlotte Street Foundation’s vision describes a vibrant city where artists are cultivated, respected and admired by leaders in the business, political, philanthropic and civic communities, as well as by a significant segment of the general public. The resulting support for artists leads artists to participate more fully in our community and attracts artists from other cities and the region. Visit www.charlottestreet.org for more information.
Urban Culture Project is an initiative of the Charlotte Street Foundation, an organization dedicated to making Kansas City a place where artists and art thrive. Urban Culture Project creates new opportunities for artists of all disciplines and contributes to urban revitalization by transforming spaces in downtown Kansas City into new venues for multi-disciplinary contemporary arts programming. For more information, visit www.charlottestreet.org.