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Governor Kelly Announces More than $8M to be Invested in Digital Opportunities Governor Laura Kelly announced today that Kansas is receiving $8.2 million to begin implementing the Kansas Digital Equity (DE) Plan, which recently received federal approval. This announcement solidifies the state’s commitment to transform the landscape of high-speed internet connectivity and digital opportunity across Kansas. Nominations Open for 2024 Minority, Women Enterprise Development Awards Today Lieutenant Governor and Department of Commerce Secretary David Toland announced a call for nominations for the 2024 Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Awards. These annual awards are one way the agency acknowledges and observes the growing impact that minority- and women-led companies have on their communities and the Kansas economy. Governor Kelly Announces KMW to Invest $105M in Sterling, Create 251 New Jobs in Kansas Governor Laura Kelly today announced that KMW, a precision manufacturer of agricultural front loaders, backhoes, and other attachments, will invest $105 million to construct a new North American headquarters and state-of-the-art production facility in Sterling. The venture will create 251 new jobs, resulting in a local workforce of 485. Commerce Celebrates National Community Development Week The Kansas Department of Commerce is joining other organizations and communities across the state in commemorating National Community Development Week. The annual event, which this year is April 1-5, shines a spotlight on the transformative impact of community development initiatives and collaborative efforts that drive positive local change.  View All

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The night sky dreams one more story FOR THE LIBRARY OF STARS

A quote from “Ad Astra” – Poet Laureate of Kansas Traci Brimhall

The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission (KCAIC) is dedicated to promoting, supporting and expanding Kansas’ creative industries and enriching communities through arts and culture.

We offer a range of programs and services to support cultural programming across Kansas and enhance the role the arts play in all levels of education, community service, workforce development and quality of life in our state.

Ready to Support the Arts?

Purchase a Kansas Arts License Plate. Donate to the Arts Checkoff on your tax return.

Ready to engage in the arts? We want to be a partner.

Contact our team to learn more about arts and culture programs in Kansas.

CONTACT

Curtis Young, KCAIC Director

785-289-7622

[email protected]

CONTACT

Kate Van Steenhuyse, KCAIC Assistant Director

(785) 379-1608

[email protected]

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In Partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts

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