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What is the Locust Factory?
Five Kansas City artists opened the doors to a new cooperative art studio in February 2007.
The Factory is located in the Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City, Missouri. It includes five separate workspaces and a small gallery space that can double as a wood shop or communal workspace. The gallery is open for special events and exhibitions the first Friday of every month.The studio features a unique creative environment, opportunity for collaboration, and an exciting work space.
Who is the Locust Factory?
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LOCUST FACTORY S T U D I O & G A L L E R Y
504 E 18th St,
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The Locust Factory, which debuted their first exhibit in April 2007, is a cooperative art studio of five local artists, which includes a small gallery. The members work in a variety of media (mixed media photography, sculpture/public art, graphic design, ceramics and fiber), which creates a unique creative environment, the opportunity for collaboration, encouragement and critique.
504 E 18th St, Kansas City, MO 64108
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