frequently asked questions
Hosted at Kansas City Young Audiences, The purpose of the work in progress show is to build community and allow for public feedback in the creative process as we work towards our final show on April 29.
This is a variety show about climate justice in Kansas City. If any of those things interest you, come check it out. The show is being created by a cohort of artists that consists of a musician, dancer, comedian, playwright, poet, and actress. Like I said, variety!
Admission is donation based: So pay what you can/ what you want. Hope to see you there!
How long is the fellowship?
The fellowship is 12 weeks long beginning February 7, 2023 and ending April 29, 2023.
What will we be doing?
Fellows will be learning from industry professionals in art and advocacy, diving into Kansas City’s recently passed climate protection and resiliency plan, and creating original work that reflects their learning over the 12 week period.
What is the timeline for acceptance into the fellowship?
Fellows will be selected and notified at the end of January.
What is the time commitment?
Fellows will meet on Tuesdays evenings for the first 11 weeks plus one full week of rehearsals and four Saturday performances.
What is the goal of the fellowship?
To bridge the relationship between artists and the communities they serve and to define Kansas City as a city for change-makers.
What is expected of me as an artist in the program?
Artists must attend 90% of the days to receive compensation. While in the program, artists are expected to collaborate with fellow artists, engage with the Kansas City community on issues of climate justice, and create and perform original pieces
Do I have to be based in Kansas City to apply?