InterUrban is KC Studio's Cover Story

InterUrban ArtHouse founder and Executive Director Nicole Emanuel sat down with KC Studio to talk about where the project has come from, and where we’re going . . .

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Our Impact in 2013

2013 was a big year for InterUrban ArtHouse. Read more about the impact of our programs, new plans for the facility and our work with the community.

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We've Moved!

As of December 2013, InterUrban is now located at 8001 Conser Street. Directly across the road from the future site of the facility, with eight artists studios and more . . .

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InterUrban ArtHouse Conceptual Design

The latest architectural sketches for how the InterUrban ArtHouse might look . . .

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ArtSmart Program

ArtSmart, our education program, brings real life artists and arts experiences into classrooms

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Impact of the Arts

What do the arts mean in the KC Metro? Some interesting data from Americans for the Arts & ArtsKC Regional Arts Council

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Who We Are

InterUrban ArtHouse began as one local artist's simple idea and has grown to encompass the vision of many partners, advisors, board and staff.

Our Programs

InterUrban ArtHouse programs engage with artists and the community and help to create a vibrant, healthy and inclusive arts ecology.

Creative Placemaking

InterUrban ArtHouse is an NEA-funded national pilot in the field of Creative Placemaking, a new initiative in urban planning, creativity and livability.

Capital Campaign

InterUrban ArtHouse is seeking funding to renovate and re-purpose a new multi-use community arts center.
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"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.