“Descent of Civilization” Part Two

Descent of Civilization, a public art implement.

A second photo of the bison skeleton statue, a new art implement at 9th and Broadway in downtown Kansas City MO named the “Descent of Civilization,” by Brooklyn artist Marc Swanson. In case you missed, here is Part One, which was this past Thursday’s post.

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Tracy Ward’s Campaign

Tracy Ward - Candidate for the KCMO Sixth District At-Large Council Seat

Last week I took a few photos for Tracy Ward to use in her campaign for the Sixth District At Large City Council seat. I’ve come to know Tracy over the course of this year from taking photos at protests of the red light traffic cameras in KCMO, as well as the full-body scanners up at KCI Airport. Tracy is the Kansas City Area Director of the Liberty Restoration Project, which organized the protests.

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Kauffman Center at Sunrise

Kauffman Center Construction at Sunrise

Here we have a look at the Kauffman Center construction site at sunrise on the morning of Wednesday, October 6th. I was mostly hoping for a shot like this, except when I got to the site at Summit Street in the West Side I couldn’t help but think that the billboard and Denny’s restaurant sign between my lens and the Kauffman building seriously messed things up. Whatever… I can’t chop them down.

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“Descent of Civilization”

The new public art implement at 9th and Broadway

A new art installation was unveiled yesterday at Ninth and Broadway downtown at one of DST’s buildings – “Descent of Civilization,” depicting the skeleton of a bison, by Brooklyn artist Marc Swanson for the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. The statue is to serve as a reminder of the nearly total eradication of the species from North America during westward expansion. Some free time on Thursday evening allowed me to grab a couple photos.

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Kauffman Center Interior – Pt. 4

The fourth and final installment of pictures from my tour of the interior of the Kauffman Center construction site on September 20th, as a year until the grand opening approached.

In the Muriel Kauffman Theatre

Looking west in the afternoon on the construction site.

Wine and cheese were provided by the Kauffman Foundation and Cellar Rat on Baltimore the for the group touring the Kauffman Center.

In case you missed Parts One through Three from inside the Kauffman Center, CLICK HERE.

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