Kingston resident Yvonne Sewall works to make sure artists are treated with respect.
At the legendary Manhattan artist haunt Max’s Kansas City, countercultural icons reveled, smoked, checked their mail, and bartered for their dinner with pieces of original art. Chance encounters with big names in music, art, fashion, and film were not uncommon.
A pop-up of the infamous New York clubhouse welcomes visitors to the city’s first Frieze fair.
This Wed. Feb 7th at 3 PM Yvonne Sewall will be on the Marc & Myra Studio 54 Radio Show on Sirius XM. She’ll be talking about how Max’s was the precursor to Studio 54 and how […]
By Caryn Rose for The Village Voice: “On January 14, the Max’s Kansas City Project — a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation serving the arts and youth communities — will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the legendary […]
We’re very pleased to reveal that we have some new confirmed guest performers to join Max’s 50th Anniversary Benefit Tribute Concert! They include Tony “Thunder” Smith and Kevin Hearn (both from Lou Reed’s Touring band), Joe Hurley, […]
Interview with Yvonne Sewall. Brought to you by Red Velvet Media with Holly Stephey and Spencer Drate: Stream, or download. Also available for free on iTunes. Max’s Kansas City is one of those unique places […]