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Arts Roundup, November 4

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I?igo Manglano-Ovalle, Vanishing Sky, 2005, 4200 x 1050 resolution. Continuous real-time digital output; single channel, 3-screen projection and 5.1 surround sound. Courtesy of the artist and Max Protetch Gallery, New York.

This week, the UMKC Theater Department reinterprets the Greek myth of Oedipus as it might have been told in the antebellum South, and a new installation at the Nelson-Atkins Museum explores the mysteries of the universe through a cosmic panorama. By Steve Walker and Laura Spencer

Kansas City, MO – It's the arts roundup, the audio guide to the arts. This week, the UMKC Theater Department reinterprets the Greek myth of Oedipus as it might have been told in the antebellum South, and a new installation at the Nelson-Atkins Museum explores the mysteries of the universe through a cosmic panorama. KCUR's Laura Spencer and Steve Walker report.

More on I?igo Manglano-Ovalle: I?igo Manglano-Ovalle biography, and a series on faith on NPR?s
Radio Expeditions.

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