One of my biffs, Mk, who resides in Brooklyn sent me a directed my attention to this guerrilla art/bike gang of gals.
Art that’s delivered on two wheels…
Coming soon to NYC: free art, distributed by a roving troupe of bikers
Posted on BroadwayWorld.com, August 16, 2010
Soon New Yorkers will be surprised to find a troupe of bikers, armed with noisy horns and bright flags, handing out rolls of free and original art, fresh out of a gallery. This guerilla-distribution of art will mark the end of this year’s PaperGirl-NY. The art will be distributed after hanging in galleries in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Albany from August 24 to September 6. PaperGirl was started by Aisha Roniger in Berlin in 2006 as a way to bring art to all walks of life, and New York got its first PaperGirl in 2009 in Albany. The art must be rollable, original, and can be of any size, material, or medium. Anyone can help organize or distribute the art. The show is not curated, none of the art is for sale, and after the showings the art is randomly distributed to unsuspecting strangers. By distributing art in Albany and New York City neighborhoods ranging from rich to poor, commercial to residential, gentrified to recent immigrant, PaperGirl aims to expose new audiences to different arts and artists. PaperGirl 2010 will include at least  artists from  countries. More information at http://www.papergirl-ny.com/
Considering a large handful of my biking friends are students or grads of KCAI, I wonder if something like this could be successful in Kansas City?