Greg Lamont on tue 5 feb 02
Last night I visited the KC Area Transportation Authority's website,
http://www.kcata.org/ , and found it to be quite helpful. I'll be staying
at the Fairfield Inn/Union Hill which is about a mile from the conference
hotels--close enough to walk if the weather's OK, but NCECA has given no
assurances about the weather. In a message to the NCECA planning committee,
I suggested they include public transportation info to and from the
"outlying" hotels to the conference site on the NCECA website.
From: Bonnie/Jeremy Hellman
Date: Monday, February 04, 2002 10:21 PM
Subject: Re: NCECA
to clayarters familiar with KC >
>I was looking at the NCECA site, planning to register before it costs an
>additional $50 (after February 14th), but I don't know enough about the
>various bus tours to select. I've never stayed in Kansas City (have only
>driven through) and have no idea of distance (except by price of the
>Is there any public transportation from the conference hotels to any of the
>places on these tours?
>Are there any "must see" destinations you know of on these tours.
>>From past experience, I bet they're all great, but since we need to choose
>ahead of time, I'm interested in hearing from anyone with experience.
>At $5 the KCAI/NCECA Invitational Shuttle includes the NCECA Invitational
>H & R Block Artspace at KCAI, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and 5
>nearby galleries including several KCAI exhibits and the Nelson Atkins
>Museum of Art, The Greenlease Gallery at Rockhurst University, and the
>At $5 the Crossroads/RSJE Shuttle includes the Red Star Studios and 2 other
>sites within walking distance, the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center with an NCECA
>related show and 21 galleries within walking distance, Grand Arts and 2
>galleries within walking distance, and the American Jazz Museum.
>At $7, the River market/Bottoms Shuttle, including the Dirt Gallery and 2
>others within walking distance, Farenheit, Kansas City Artists Coalition
>the Morgan Gallery within walking distance.
>At $12, approx 3.5 hours, the Overland Park Kansas Tour, including 5 stops
>to JanWeiner Gallery, Center Earth Gallery, Gallery at Village Shalom,
>Johnson country community College, Filipino cultural Center.
>At $14 Lawrence, Kansas tour, approx 3.5 hours to University Art & Design
>Gallery, Spencer Museum of Art (both at the University of Kansas), Lawrence
>Art Center and Bracker's Good Earth Clays, Inc.
>I've only given a brief summary. A lot of detail is available on the
>NCECA.com web site.
>TIA for your opinions,
>Bonnie Hellman in Pittsburgh, PA
>REALLY looking forward to NCECA!
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Bill Edwards"
>Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2002 10:04 PM
>> Heres the addy for anyone wanting to check the current
>> status for the conference. The site includes pre and
>> post conference events as well.
>> William Edwards
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