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Mural & Public Art Roster

Promoting Kansas artists across the state

The Kansas Creative Arts Industries maintains an approved Roster of Kansas-based artists working specifically on public art and mural projects. Applicants for this roster must have a history of community engaged public work and maintain a reasonable fee range. Roster artists are required to work outside their community regularly. Artists will work on public projects as well as provide optional services that may include workshops, master classes, lecture-demonstrations, arts education components, residencies, or short performances.

See the Kansas Mural Making Guide for more information and technical assistance with public art projects.

Become a Roster Artist

Applications for inclusion to the roster are closed for 2023. Applications will reopen in 2024. Join our mailing list to receive notifications.

CONTACT

Curtis Young, KCAIC Director

785-289-7622

[email protected]

CONTACT

Kate Van Steenhuyse, KCAIC Assistant Director

(785) 379-1608

[email protected]

Want to learn more about Cultural Development Programs?

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