InterUrban ArtHouse is a new Johnson County non-profit working to develop a multi-use community arts space with affordable artists studios
InterUrban ArtHouse began as one local artist's simple idea and has grown to encompass the vision of many partners, advisors, board and staff.
InterUrban ArtHouse programs engage with artists and the community and help to create a vibrant, healthy and inclusive arts ecology.
InterUrban ArtHouse is an NEA-funded national pilot in the field of Creative Placemaking, a new initiative in urban planning, creativity and livability.
InterUrban ArtHouse is seeking funding to renovate and re-purpose a new multi-use community arts center.
"This is great and needed development for the arts in our region. Congrats to Nicole and everyone who is helping to make this happen!" - Harlan Brownlee, President & CEO, Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City
InterUrban ArtHouse is one of only four national projects awarded the maximum NEA Our Town Grant of $150,000 making it a national pilot program, under the initiative of Creative Placemaking and Livability.