Crossroads Hotel Gallery and Studio
Organized by Hesse McGraw, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and El Dorado Inc., Crossroads Hotel offers a gallery and studio program for public art, local artists, and artists with historic ties to Kansas City, Missouri. The space is open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
The gallery is open to the public and hosts exhibitions, artist commissions, performances, and other artist-driven initiatives. This allows visitors to not only connect with the artwork in the space, but also with the surrounding art district and its thriving scene.
Along with the public gallery and local creative contributions to the interiors, amenities and delicacies, Crossroads Hotel also offers an artist-in-residence program. The studio program is curated by CAMH Executive Director Hesse McGraw and architectural firm El Dorado Inc. in support of the artistic, social, and cultural flourishing happening in Kansas City.
More information on the gallery and studio program can be found on Crossroads Hotel’s website.
About BEYOND CAMH
Beyond CAMH is a newly launched initiative that reflects contemporary art’s ever-expanding influence through an ongoing series of artist-driven projects and public partnerships extending beyond the walls of the Museum. CAMH’s work outside our galleries—including public artworks and cross-sector collaborations—aims to reach new audiences, embrace unexpected contexts, and directly impact civic life in Houston and beyond. Spanning multiple scales and contexts, Beyond CAMH positions artists as primary catalysts of cultural and public realm transformation.