Paper dolls may not seem like a tool to prompt discussions about race and equality, but the curators at the National Toy and Miniature Museum would like to beg to differ. Born of a partnership with author/collector Arabella Grayson, the museum painstakingly created an encyclopedic exhibit that explores the African American experience throughout history from ...Continue Reading
In a special installment of Meet the Past, the famed playwright William Shakespeare – as portrayed by Kansas City actor Mark Robbins – sits down with Library Director Crosby Kemper III for a probing, public conversation about his life and celebrated body of work.
On Thursday, June 23, at 7:30 p.m., KCPT premieres its documentary Beyond Belief: Three Stories of Faith in Action. The half-hour film is part of a national initiative called Finding America (http://findingamerica.airmedia.org) aimed at shaking up public media in the United States by inviting communities to participate in telling their own stories. The Beyond Belief project ...Continue Reading