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Temporary Art Review: Lost and Found

“Lost and Found” was an exhibition that opened November 2013 and recently recieved a review at Temporary Art Review.  Temporary Art Review is a publication that engages the conversation about contemporary practice by highlighting projects that take place outside of … Continue reading

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February Critique Night

  On Thursday February 27, we continued our Critique Night series.  PLUG PROJECTS regularly hosts critique nights in between exhibitions. The 2013-2014 Critique Night series is moderated by Julia Cole, accompanied by a small rotating panel of artists and art … Continue reading

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Frames Per Second: Nathaniel Dorsky

As part of Plug’s continuing FPS program, Nathaniel Dorsky’s films “Arbor Vitae” and “Song” were screened on their original 16mm.  Dorsky’s films create singular and transformative experiences when screened. Dorsky’s life-long project of creating a “Devotional Cinema” has been likened … Continue reading

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Mathew Kaney Conduit: This is the United States Calling

For Plug Project’s Conduit programming, we invited four local musicians to compose a piece that was inspired by Kaney’s video games.  This was a collaboration with Patrick Chan, Cody Kauhl, Scott Steele, and Russel Thorpe. Examples of sounds played during … Continue reading

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Matthew Kaney: All Fun and Games

Matthew Kaney, an Oklahoma based new media artist presented his work at Plug Projects for a solo show titled ‘All Fun and Games’. The show was reviewed at the Pitch by Tracy Abeln, who noted the sociopolitical issues surrounding Kaney’s … Continue reading

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Photo Services day

Plug Projects is offering a fantastic service to area artists to help them with cheap, high quality documentation of their art while also helping our fundraising campaign for the upcoming exhibition year. Help Plug and yourself! The Photo Service Day … Continue reading

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Adam Overton Conduit

For Brandon Juhasz’ show, “I Can’t Promise to Try”, we had a performance/lecture by Adam Overton for our Conduit Series, a program based on bridging disciplines and different audiences that varies on an exhibition to exhibition basis.  This can include … Continue reading

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Brandon Juhasz “I Can’t Promise to Try”

If you haven’t had a chance to see the current show, check out Brandon Juhasz’ “I Can’t Promise to Try” this Saturday from 10-5. Today, The Pitch released an article Tracy Abeln wrote on the current show.   An excerpt … Continue reading

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Book Fair

This year, Plug Projects hosted its first book fair with major success!  The fair represented a range of both local and national distributors, retailers, artist book projects and zines.  This includes selections from Green Lantern Press, White Columns, Ooga Booga, … Continue reading

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Local Earth and Bread KC event

As well as having our regular conduit programming for Rare Earth, Plug Projects had the opportunity to curate a group of local artists that deal with environmental issues in the City Ice Arts Space.  This show lasted one week that … Continue reading

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