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Take a look at Art in the Loop’s 2024 lineup + schedule

The curated outdoor arts exhibition is back for its 11th year of tasking local creatives with transforming everyday KC scenes.


Find “K.See. The Good” at the Crossroads North Bound streetcar shelter. | Art by ME Original Designs

Soon enough it’ll be hot, humid, and you’ll need reminding of why you look forward to summer in the city. Don’t worry, we’ve got a perfect answer: Art in the Loop.

The long-running outdoor arts exhibition is back for its 11th year of sprinkling local creativity along the KC Streetcar loop — and they’ve finally dropped the lineup + schedule.

This year’s theme

Artists were tasked with interpreting the Spanish word “convivencia,” which means ‘coexistence’ or ‘living together.’

Sound familiar? You may have heard it first at one of the Kansas City Public Library’s 150th Anniversary celebrations.

Visual + performance artists

Out of 100+ applications, 22 artist with disciplines in everything from photography and painting to experimental jazz and aerial acrobatics, were selected for the final lineup — including Nasir Montalvo, founder of {B/qKC}.

Check out the full list of Kansas City creatives, and get a sneak peak of the art you’ll see pop up at KC Streetcar stops and on one KC Streetcar vehicle between June and November 2024.

Grab your calendar

If you’re interested in the creative process, there are plenty of opportunities to catch a live show this summer. Here’s a few:

  • Kick-Off Event | June 12 | 5:30 p.m. | Kansas City Public Library Central Library
  • Art Car Celebration & Ride | July 17 | 5:30 p.m. | Union Station Streetcar Stop & Onboard the Art Car
  • 816 Day | August 16 | 5:30 p.m. | City Market
  • Progress painting of “Living Together” | June 10, June 29, July 19, Oct. 4 | Times vary | Union Station Streetcar Stop
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