Central Standard
3:43 pm
Tue May 27, 2014

A Visiting Curator's Perspective On Kansas City's Art Scene

Danny Orendorff at his first Kansas City exhibit at the gallery La Esquina. The exhibit was called We'll Make Out Better Than Okay.
Credit EG Schempf

Danny Orendorff arrived in Kansas City a year ago to serve as Curator-in-Residence for the Charlotte Street Foundation. Before he arrived in town for this rotating position, his career was split between San Francisco and Chicago.

With a year of close observation under his belt, Danny Orendorff shares his notes on Kansas City's strengths and weaknesses as an art city. He also tells us about his current exhibition at La Esquina gallery, provocatively titled The Stench of Rotting Flowers

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Up to Date
11:35 am
Thu February 6, 2014

Critiquing Books, From Both Sides Of The Page

Book critic John Freeman joins Steve Kraske on Thursday's Up to Date.

In the literary world, the book critics seem have all the power when your labor of love hits the shelves. But what would authors say if they could sit in the power seat?

On Thursday's Up to Date, we talk about critical process works and look at book reviews from both sides of the page.


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Up to Date
5:29 pm
Thu September 27, 2012

What's Showing In Independent, Foreign & Documentary Film

A scene from "Gerhard Richter Painting." a documentary about one of the world's greatest artists. It's one of the films Up to Date's critics review on September 28.

Okay Up to Date listeners: crank up that brain for a look at films that force you to have a conversation after you’ve left the theater.

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