As the Kansas City Museum continues its renovation and growth, IAA seeks to work with Kansas City-metro based professional artists, who can make an innovative and and thoughtful contribution to Phase Three of the design process for the Kansas City Museum. Three Project Artists will be hired to participate in this phase of work, and all will serve on the design planning team with Museum staff and additional sub-consultants hired by IAA.
The Project Artists will be sub-consultants to IAA and play an important role by contributing ideas/perspectives, creativity, and expertise into the design of the Museum’s Corinthian Hall and grounds—in particular, as they relate to the future museum’s programming that will include storytelling, performative readings, theater, living history elements, musical concerts, visual and performative installations, creative placemaking events, visual arts exhibitions, and more. The Project Artists will participate in meetings, express opinions, and be fully engaged in the refinement of existing design plans.
The deadline to submit materials is Friday, October 7. Please, view the full RFQ to learn more about the scope of work along with requirements and instructions to apply.