KKFI Calendar

In accordance with KKFI by-laws, notice of annual, regular, and special meetings of our Committees, Active Members or Board of Directors will be posted on this website, and will be mailed to interested persons at least one week in advance of the meeting. If you are interested in notification, please submit your request by mail to:

KKFI Meeting Notifications
PO Box 32250
Kansas City, MO 64171

December 2014 – February 2015

90.1FM Presents – MIND THE GAP :: Club Night!
Dec 20 @ 10:00 pm – Dec 21 @ 2:00 am
90.1FM Presents - MIND THE GAP :: Club Night! @ miniBar | Kansas City | Missouri | United States
Mind-the-Gap-logoMind The Gap – Club Night
Dec. 20th, 2014
$5 donation gets you admission!

3810 Broadway
KC MO 64111

A night of house…deep house….tech house….electro….UK underground, and so much more. Hosted by KKFI’s ‘Mind The Gap’ presenter J Zed, this is the first in what will hopefully be a series of local club nights centered on future-minded, forward-thinking music brought to you by some of the city’s BEST. 

DJ Avant Garde
DJ Bobby Bohn
DJ the DJ
J Zed
DJ Avant Garde fills dance floors with a name that describes the music he DJs, He draws across multiple genres with sets of sophisticated music that are creatively mixed and carefully selected. With experience that draws from years of club residencies, electronic music events, radio hosting, and a multitude of parties he brings a diversity of sounds and there are various influences to each set. Check out DJ Avant Garde for a perfect soundtrack for party!
Bobby Bohn hails from Kansas City, MO and has quickly made a name for himself since he started back in 2009. Bobby has mesmerized audiences with his Big Room Progressive and Electro sound which relies heavily on vocals as an integral part of his set. Bobby has been featured at some of the largest music festivals in KC including Global Dance Festival, Frost and Dancefestopia. His influences include Kaskade, Tiesto, Dirty South, Hard Rock Sofa, Dada Life, Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, Above & Beyond, Alesso and Avicii, he loves to create a connection with his audience. Beacuse when it comes down to it….it’s all about the music and the feeling you get from it…right??
A fixture on the Kansas City club scene since 1999, DJ The DJ (Duane Lutje) has opened on both coasts for the likes of Tommie Sunshine, DJ AM, DJ Irene, Bad Boy Bill, Richard Vision, Charles Feelgood, DJ Colette among many others and brings a mixture of bluesy funk house, tech house and deep house that blends up into massive grooves with a chuggy beat.
J Zed (Jen Zaman) is DJ and presenter of Mind The Gap, a monthly electronic music show on 90.1 FM KKFI featuring all genres of the UK underground dance movement, including house, tech house, neo-disco, bashment, grime, drum n bass, UK hip hop, garage, UK funky, electro, breaks, and so much more. She’s fiddled with knobs and faders since 2010, and is unbelievably excited to bring these top-flight turntablists together for one night of sick vibes!
90.1FM and KCVLAA Present – Public Art: Paths to Satisfaction
Feb 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm




90.1FM & Kansas City Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for the Arts

Public Art: Paths to Satisfaction

90.1FM KKFI Studios
3901 Main St. Suite #203
Kansas City, MO  64111
6:00pm to 8:00pm
for more information contact info@kcvlaa.org

To Register Click HERE

Public Art: Paths to Satisfaction.
A four part panel discussion on the process of soliciting, selecting, installing and maintaining public art.  Our panel will cover copyright and contract issues, the one percent for art program implemented by Kansas City and others, and their experiences with specific public art projects sponsored by governments, private businesses and individuals.  Steven J. Braun, an attorney with Krigel & Krigel, P.C. who has practiced art law for 15 years, will offer “A History of Public Art in the World in Two Minutes,” an overview of current copyright and contractual issues, and act as the moderator.  Beth Nybeck and Matthew Dehaemers, accomplished artists whose work is installed as public art across the United States, will describe their experiences and hopes for the future.  Porter Arneill, an artist and the Public Art Administrator for Kansas City, Missouri, and April Bishop, the Cultural Arts Coordinator for the City of Leawood, Kansas, will review the process, documentation and contracts involved in public art projects.  We will have an uninhibited discussion of the wonderful public art that enriches our lives, and how it came to be.  Substantial time will be reserved for questions from those attending.  Reference material will be available on DVD.

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