Each year the Kansas City Art Institute hosts the Art of the Cars Concours, a gathering of exotic vehicles whose purposes extend far beyond transportation.
This year's event takes place on Sunday and includes Ginger Rogers’ 1929 Duesenberg convertible; a 1907 Mason Touring car that’s been in the same Kansas family for 105 years; and a Bugatti
Friday in the first half of Up to Date, Steve Kraske talks with event organizer and walking-car-encyclopedia Marshall Miller and Kansas City Art Institute president Jacqueline Chanda about this year's show, the idea of automobiles as art, and what visitors might experience on a trip to the KCAI.
SEE MORE: The Sixth Annual Art of the Car Concours will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 24, on the KCAI campus. The event will feature about 200 vintage, classic and special-interest vehicles, including cars, trucks, racing cars and motorcycles belonging to collectors from eight states.