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Kay Barnes Tribute

Former Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri, Kay Barnes, was honored with the dedication of Kay Barnes Grand Ballroom at the Kansas City Convention Center. Kay is Kansas City’s first female mayor and was instrumental in the revitalization of downtown Kansas City including but not limited to the Power and Light District, Sprint Center and Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts....

Tom Corbin on KC Live

Tom was a guest on Kansas City Live last week with hosts Michelle Davidson and Joel Nichols on KSHB 41 NBC Kansas City.  “Each week we highlight a local artist to get to know the person behind the art. Today we meet Tom Corbin, a self-taught sculptor and furniture designer from Kansas City. You’ve even seen his work all over...

Tom Corbin Interview

Tom Corbin was interviewed by Joel Nichols from KSHB for his late night program, Nichols at Night.  “Even in our fast-paced, digital age, there are few things better than a good conversation. That’s what Nichols@Night promises to bring you every week. Entertaining, interesting, thought-provoking talk from fascinating people. National figures passing through our town and local folks who make Kansas...

Corbin Bronze Video

Take a tour of the Corbin Bronze studio, sculpture garden, galleries and offices Corbin Bronze Video from Corbin Bronze on Vimeo.  

Gorilla Video

The year-long journey from the Corbin Studio to the PSU Campus is documented in this “Making of the Gorilla” video. From Tom’s initial trip to the Kansas City Zoo, to The Crucible Foundry to the final installation, you’ll witness the unique process of creating a monument. “Given the opportunity to sculpt my first gorilla, I was both excited and anxious...

KCUR Kansas City Public Media

Fountain City: A Search for Water May 3, 2012 By Tomeka Weatherspoon, Andrea Silenzi, Charlie Upchurch and Jabulani Leffall “On Thursday’s Central Standard, we dive into our first of three programs exploring how we seek out water in this part of the country. First up: fountains. Learn how to get involved in our photography contest, and our interactive water map.” Continue...