Most Active Stories
- New Lawsuit Alleges Racial Discrimination At Power And Light
- Marathon Spelling Bee Makes Celebrities Out Of Kansas City Area Spellers
- Kansas Supreme Court Rules School Funding Formula Unconstitutional
- Food Critics: Best Sausage In And Around Kansas City
- Archeology Bolsters Background Of Historic Kansas City Homestead
Thu March 18, 2010
"Forever People": Couple from the Future Sends Messages to the Past
This month, new billboards started cropping up in downtown Kansas City, from the Missouri Bank Crossroads artboards on Southwest Boulevard to the Art in the Loop's ArtWall on 13th and Grand. The latest Artwall is designed by multimedia artist, filmmaker, and writer, Ascot Smith.
By Laura Spencer
Kansas City, MO – There's an image of a man and a woman in white lab coats with the words "Forever People" and a phone number. Viewers are encouraged to call in and listen to a series of audio stories set in the future.
Art in the Loop's ARTwall: "Forever People" by Ascot J. Smith
13th and Grand
Downtown Kansas City, Missouri
To listen to "Forever People": call 816-412-1798 then enter the three digit code (111) followed by the pound (#) sign.
Download recent arts stories or subscribe to the KCUR Arts Podcast