Exciting news is afoot on KKFI…..ARTSPEAK Radio can now be heard on the 2nd and 3rd Thursday of each month from 7:30pm – 8:00 pm!!Please join host, art critic/writer, Blair Schulman on the newly expanded ARTSPEAK Radio along with guests artists Mark Allen and Carla Malone Steck.Mark Allen is an artist from Kansas City and a recent graduate from Pepperdine University in California. He is currently a film photography instructor at MyArts, a COMBAT funded art programme for teens. His work is often controversial, drawing the attention of the press and sparking lively debate. 

Artist Carla Malone Steck moved to Kansas City from Jefferson City in 2009, received her MFA University of Missouri-Columbia and New York Studio School and BFA Missouri State University. Currently Steck is a resident artist / curator / president of Atelier CMS, Inc. 
http://www.atelier-cms.com/

ON Thursday Night Special | September 12, 2013 | 7:00 pm

Take Part In the Newly-Expanded ARTSPEAK Radio!

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Exciting news is afoot on KKFI…..ARTSPEAK Radio can now be heard on the 2nd and 3rd Thursday of each month from 7:30pm – 8:00 pm!!Please join host, art critic/writer, Blair Schulman on the newly expanded ARTSPEAK Radio along with guests artists Mark Allen and Carla Malone Steck.Mark Allen is an artist from Kansas City and a recent graduate from Pepperdine University in California. He is currently a film photography instructor at MyArts, a COMBAT funded art programme for teens. His work is often controversial, drawing the attention of the press and sparking lively debate. 

Artist Carla Malone Steck moved to Kansas City from Jefferson City in 2009, received her MFA University of Missouri-Columbia and New York Studio School and BFA Missouri State University. Currently Steck is a resident artist / curator / president of Atelier CMS, Inc. 
http://www.atelier-cms.com/

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