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"Point of Interest" Explores Significance Closer to Home
Hitting the road for vacations this summer, many families are heading out to national parks, to enjoy scenes of natural beauty or historical importance. When they get there, the more dutiful will stand and read big wooden signs that explain just how significant these places really are.
By Laura Spencer
Kansas City, Mo. – Well, as KCUR'S Laura Spencer reports one Kansas City artist is looking for significance closer to home, a lot closer.
A. Bitterman presents
POINT OF INTEREST, Homo vulgaris
14 W. 66th St., Kansas City, Mo.
May 30 - July 30, 2011
This project was funded by an Andy Warhol Foundation Rocket Grant, administered by Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City and KU's Spencer Museum of Art.
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