InterUrban ArtHouse
8001 Newton Street
Overland Park KS 66204
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (913) 283-7091
Mission Statement
The mission of InterUrban ArtHouse is to enrich the cultural and economic vibrancy of the community by creating a place where artists and creative industries can work and prosper in an affordable, sustainable and inclusive environment.
CEO/Executive Director Angi Cain Hejduk
Board Chair Mr Issaku Yamaashi
Board Chair Company Affiliation FOULSTON SIEFKIN LLP
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2012
Volunteer Opportunities
Ways to donate, support, or volunteer
  • Visit our website at to donate now! 
  • Checks can be mailed to: InterUrban ArtHouse, 8001 Newton Street, Overland Park, KS 66204
  • In-kind donations can be accepted at our InterUrban ArtHouse offices & studios.
  • Volunteer opportunities include daily administrative tasks, event committee work, and event staffing.      
Financial Summary
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Mission Statement The mission of InterUrban ArtHouse is to enrich the cultural and economic vibrancy of the community by creating a place where artists and creative industries can work and prosper in an affordable, sustainable and inclusive environment.
Background Statement
The InterUrban ArtHouse was established as a 501 (c) 3 organization in 2012 after a community-wide survey determined the need for a community arts studio center and identified five service programs.
The ArtHouse operates five programs:
  • ArtWorks: Small business professional development programs offering artists professional, collaborative workshops and classes, training opportunities, and affordable studio spaces to create and expand their entrepreneurial capacity.
  • ArtSmart: An educational program exposing public school students in the Shawnee Mission School District to local professional artists through classes, workshops, assemblies, festivals, and mentorships. Particular emphasis is put on learning sustainability and green practices through art.
  • ArtMatters: A studio practice and aesthetic development program offering artists a space to present, receive critique, collaborate, and to teach or take technique workshops.
  • ArtsConnect: A multi-sector alliance to increase civic engagement and cultural opportunities for the area, including events, workshops, exhibitions, performances, and panel discussions.
  • ArtHeals: Licensed art therapists and Master’s degree students provide innovative, creative workshops and programs for both physically, emotionally and/or cognitively challenged people as well as the general public, designed with therapeutic protocols.
Impact Statement
2018 Key Achievements:
  • We occupied our new facility at 8001 Newton Street for a full year with our studios operated at 100% capacity in 2018, providing space for 32 individuals to operate their creative businesses in our 19 studio spaces.
  • Our ArtSmart youth program served over 4,200 children
  • Our entrepreneurial program, ArtWorks, hosted over 28 of classes to 277 small creative business owners, helping them advance their businesses.
  • ArtMatters continues to grow and hosted 42 classes that were attended by over 370 seeking advancement in their creative practice.
  • ArtsConnect reached audiences of over 550,000 people through art exhibitions and performances.
  • ArtHeals facilitated 26 events for our community.
Our 2019 Goals:
  1. Continue fundraising through foundation, corporate, and individual support.
  2. Continue our work to achieve financial sustainability through membership program, special events and programming.
Needs Statement
  1.      Contributions to relieve the renovation debt that transformed the Post Office we purchased in 2017. Please visit

  2. Support for our Programs. Please visit to become a member, or to donate!
  3. Volunteers for one of our events, offer administrative help or help teach a youth art class! Please visit to get started!
  4. Attend a workshop or class!
  5. In-Kind support.If you have a professional service that would like to help support the ArtHouse please contact
Service Categories
Arts & Culture
Small Business Development
Areas of Service
KS - Johnson County
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Wyandotte County Urban Core
MO - Jackson County
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
We ask you to join us to leverage the power of the arts, culture and creativity to improve our community.

Your contribution will support Creative Placemaking, which brings together residents, businesses, students, local government and non-profits. Together we improve walkability, economic opportunities, more activated public spaces and more civic engagement.  

This strategy improves our community's well-being and prosperity while also fostering conditions for our city to define, draw attention to and distinguish ourselves on a regional scale.

Success is dependent on collaborations between various civic stakeholders, including local governmental entities, private investors, other nonprofits, artists and civic groups. Partnerships and shared leadership are critical to harness the power of the arts to heighten quality of life and revitalize buildings, neighborhoods and cities. Various tools exist to cultivate connections between people and place, including cultural districts, mixed-use development, municipal cultural planning, creative industries, public art, community art and urban design.

InterUrban ArtHouse’s partners share resources, develop programs and promote professional development for the benefit of artists and creative industries in Johnson County. Partners include Overland Park Department of City Planning, Downtown Overland Park Partnership, Inc., Arts Council of Johnson County, Arts and Recreation Foundation of Overland Park, Johnson County Community College, Johnson County Public Library, ArtistINC, UMKC Urban Design, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

The agency has embraced these principles of Creative Placemaking:

  • Places artists and art at the center of planning, execution and activities.
  • Leverages the creative potential already present in the community.
  • Creates opportunities for people of all income levels and backgrounds to thrive.
  • Supports economic diversity in the community, providing multiple points of entry and interaction for people of all incomes.
  • Creates interesting places that capitalize on distinctiveness.
  • Creates a place where people want to go and linger.
  • Contributes to a mix of uses and people that makes places more diverse, more interesting and more active, thus making spontaneous interaction more likely.
  • Fosters connections among people and across cultures.
  • Is always presenting itself to the public and encouraging pedestrian activity.
  • Creates a place where business wants to be.
  • Convinces people that a place can have a different and better future.
The end results of Creative Placemaking can be astonishing, because communities look to their own assets and needs to design a place-based strategy. 

We believe that offering more and better arts experiences and supporting the development of arts businesses will help make our community more attractive for people to work, live and put down roots in. This further enriches the character of Downtown Overland Park, promoting pride and cultural identity, and feeding the greater ecology of the Kansas City Metro Region.

ArtWorks is InterUrban ArtHouse’s professional development and business training program for artists and creative industries. In collaboration with regional partners working to improve career skills and business practices for artists, ArtWorks seeks to serve artists and creative industries by offering classes, workshops, discussion and training opportunities.
Our Workshops Cover these Topics:
  • Strategic Planning
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Budgeting, Accounting and Taxes
  • Best Legal Practices
  • Applying for Funding
  • Information Technology
  • Project Management
  • Submitting for Exhibitions, to Galleries, and for Art Fairs 
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Artists' Services
Population Served Adults
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
  • An improved general understanding of the basics of arts business practices (legal, accounting, marketing, etc.) among artists and creatives.
  • Movement away from the image of the “starving artist” and towards the idea of the artist’s important role in society: culturally, socially and economically.
  • Younger arts students and prospective arts students understanding what a successful career in the arts can look like, and making steps to pursue this.
  • Better artist websites, promotional materials, presentation skills and general marketing abilities.
  • Increased sales, exhibitions, grants and programming.
  • Incorporated businesses, improved tax compliance and increased business (for those sufficiently advanced).
  • General improvement in artists’ comfort and satisfaction with the business side of their arts practices.
Long-Term Success
To increase the number and quality of arts-based businesses and creative industries in the community:
  • Increased incorporated businesses, creative industries and professional artists with high level of business skills and economic opportunities.
  • High profile artists enjoying increased residencies, arts grants, commissions and media exposure.
  • Increased arts activity in the community, supporting a stronger creative local economy and tourism.
  • An improved general understanding of the basics of arts business practices (legal, accounting, marketing, etc.) among artists and creatives.
  • Movement away from the image of the “starving artist” and towards the idea of the artist’s important role in society: culturally, socially and economically.
  • Younger arts students and prospective arts students understanding what a successful career in the arts can look like, and making steps to pursue this.
  • Better artist websites, promotional materials, presentation skills and general marketing abilities. 
  • Increased sales, exhibitions, grants and programming.
  • Incorporated businesses, improved tax compliance and increased business (for those sufficiently advanced).
  • General improvement in artists’ comfort and satisfaction with the business side of their arts practices.
Program Success Monitored By

Surveys: a range of data at various contact points. 

  • Artist survey: general survey of artist needs.
  • Intake survey: initial contact at program registration.
  • Evaluation survey: post-program survey.
  • Longitudinal artist survey: tracking changes in behavior and activities listed above. 

Additional research, measurement & reporting:

  • Land-use, NAICS code classifications, interviews, Downtown Overland Park Partnership merchants data, Local Arts Index, Arts & Economic Prosperity reports.
Examples of Program Success
  • 63% increase in Program Beneficiaries since 2013
  • 83% increase in Program Offerings since 2013
  • Over $10,000 in funding secured for individual artists to complete projects
  • Over 150 employment opportunities have been made available by ArtHouse for artists to perform and teach since 2013!
ArtMatters is an arts excellence program helping artists to learn new art methods through workshops, discussions and critiques. Whether you are an established artist with years of experience or a novice starting out in a new medium, there is always something new to learn and something to be gained from watching artists work, hearing about what makes them create, and what inspires them. 
ArtMatters Activities Include: 
  • Acrylic and Oil Painting Classes
  • Plein Air Classes
  • Photography/Photoshop Classes
  • Kid's Art Classes
  • One-Off Art Classes
  • Sketch Night
  • Critique Night
  • Medium-Specific Cooperative Group Meetings 
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Artists' Services
Population Served Families
Short-Term Success
Program success on the short-term can have many effects based on the various career stages and artistic skill levels of the participants. Some short-term goals include:
  • Increased confidence in abilities, especially in early stage or emerging artists, where initial experiences encourage artists to believe they can make better art, and offers the next steps to do so.
  • Individual exploration of different art forms, themes, techniques or processes through exposure to new artists and new ways of approaching art.
  • More artists self-identifying and embracing the value of their own creative endeavors.
  • Independent relationships forming amongst artists and art-makers that support discussion, learning and sharing of information and experience.
  • Innovation, exploration and even the challenging of established ideas in art and art-making through discussion and creation of new art.
  • Increased art exhibitions, art shows and general art creation.
Long-Term Success
To expand and promote the excellence of community artists through education, networking and mentoring.
  • More artists creating better art in a supportive community of sharing, mentoring and learning.
  • Increased engagement in arts education at college, university and community levels.
  • Increased numbers of local exhibitions, touring artists, arts grants, sales and collaborations.
  • The Kansas City region continuing to become a nationally recognized hub for art of the highest caliber.
Program Success Monitored By
  • Program Surveys: feedback from participants on both sides of the interaction, from established artists and arts experts to novices who are seeking to improve their art. The artist’s perceived value in the program is key to success, so that they feel they are benefiting.
  • Feedback from partners: continual evaluation of the program’s successes from established experts on the regional and national scales.
  • Coverage of program participants in local and regional media; noting artists who have benefited from the program gaining experience and critical success; more art shows, exhibitions and increased sales.
Examples of Program Success
One of our program events, a Critique Night for local artists evoked the following response from one participating artist, after two local arts experts offered detailed feedback on her work:
“Hearing feedback from the guest experts was really helpful and thought provoking. I learned something about my work that night - a comment was made will forever be part of how I understand my process and work - she got at the 'why' of why I must now paint and in a way that I had not yet discovered. She unlocked something that was right in front of my eyes all this time. It's very cool to have someone describe their experience of your work and have it ring so true that it pushes the process to the next step.”
ArtSmart provides cross-cultural, community arts programming in several Shawnee Mission School District public schools. Students are exposed to a variety of artists, who act as mentors, discuss their career in the arts and lead diverse, creative projects. Most of these projects are centered on the theme of Environmental Sustainability.
ArtSmart Activities Include:
  • Murals
  • Instrument Making
  • Dance Classes
  • Storytelling and Creative Writing
  • Performances
  • Field Trips 
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other General Arts Education
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Short-Term Success
Much of ArtSmart’s desired goals are achieved simply by putting the right artist in front of a group of children. The questions and interactions that children bring to the experience indicate some short-term successes:
  • An increased understanding of the role of the artist in society. Children learn what it means to be an artist “day-to-day”; what motivates artists; how they were trained in their art; how they come to view the world.
  • New insights on subjects covered in the curriculum. For example, children see how an artist might take the topic of community, history or heritage and make unique comments that enforce the values taught in the classroom.
  • An understanding that the world is full of people of many different colors and heritages, and a respect for that fact. ArtSmart feels diversity is crucially important, and employs artists from a wide diversity of backgrounds to show children that anyone can be an artist, and that all views and beliefs should be respected equally.
Long-Term Success
To provide meaningful arts experiences to public school children, teaching the next generation the value of art and the role of the artist in the community. Long-terms success:
  • More children pursuing arts careers, knowing the full potential and reality of what it means to be an artist.
  • Children learning the value of asking questions, of beauty, of diversity, fairness and respect, through art.
  • Support for arts education growing as a result of the above interactions and experiences.
Program Success Monitored By
Due to the sensitive nature of the constituent (K-12) most assessment is based on teacher’s evaluation, conducted annually. 
Anecdotally, we learn of successes as students continue to be involved in the arts, and engage with their communities through arts & culture.
Examples of Program Success

Some feedback from ArtSmart teachers:

"For over the past 5 years, ArtSmart has brought local artists to classroom and brought art alive for the children through hands-on experiences. The program has beautifully linked the school with the community and done a great job working with other school programs blending environmental concerns with artistic awareness. The children have shown more excitement about participating in the program and making art. They are also proud of their work- especially when their work was displayed around their community."


ArtsConnect offers Community Engagement events and Networking opportunities designed to integrate the arts within the larger community.

ArtsConnect Activities Include:
  • Our Annual "Walk Among the Arts Performance," which is paired this year with Overland Park's Fall Festival and projected to bring 30,000 to 50,000 visitors to Downtown Overland Park!
  • Exhibitions
  • Networking Sessions, called Morning Brew, each month 
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other
Population Served Adults
Short-Term Success

There are a number of parallel short-term strategies to achieve ArtsConnect program goals: 

  • Artists connecting with each other and enjoying new networks. This is something that appears continually in our feedback. While the stereotype of the solitary artist working alone in their studio has some truth to it, once artists connect and begin to discuss their art, ideas for collaboration and shared learning develop naturally. This is the foundation for the ultimate outcome of this program, and our mission.
  • Business and non-art organizations connecting with artists and understanding how arts and culture can provide business opportunities and growth.
  • Integration of arts and culture within local and regional efforts in planning, development and outreach.
Establishment of new initiatives independent of InterUrban ArtHouse efforts: from art projects, public art events, city and local governments working with local artists.
Long-Term Success
To support a community where arts & culture are valued as connective tools by which creativity, business and social and civic organizations converge and prosper.
  • A healthy and vibrant community that values members from all backgrounds, sectors, abilities and interests, and uses arts and culture to support cultural and economic growth.
  • Artists working with public, private, social and civic organizations to make art that engages the community, attracts tourism and supports the local economy.
Program Success Monitored By
The primary tool in measuring success is in direct research and feedback through various surveys and questionnaires:
  • Program Evaluation: each ArtsConnect event participant is surveyed with evaluation and demographic data to inform the organization of who we are reaching, and how they are interacting.
  • Partner data and feedback: much of ArtsConnect programming is based around partnerships where IUAH is the connective piece between various constituents and organizations. The more partnerships we enjoy, the further the reach and the greater success of the program and its impact.
Examples of Program Success
  • 75% increase in Program Beneficiaries since 2013
  • 86% increase in Program Offerings since 2013
"The residents down here (Downtown Overland Park) feel more of a sense of community with all the different artistic and business components put together."
-Delia Hernandez, The Culinary Center of Kansas City 

ArtHeals is InterUrban ArtHouse’s art therapy program to promote and support healing, self awareness, self confidence, collaboration, and cooperation through the arts. This program serves individuals with physical, cognitive, and/or emotional challenges, caretakers of such individuals, and corporate offices for the purposes of team building. Services can be provided on an individual or group basis.

ArtHeals Activities Include:
  • Healing Workshops 
  • Coping Workshops
  • Caretaker Workshops
  • Team Building Exercises and Workshops
Category Human Services, General/Other Personal Enrichment
Population Served At-Risk Populations
Short-Term Success
  • Increased understanding of art therapy and the benefits related to working with a professional.
  • Develop and facilitate art therapy inspired workshops on to the public.
  • Create private art therapy groups for children, adolescents, adults, families, veterans, and other specific populations.
  • Identify the therapeutic needs of the community.
  • General improvement in communication strategy regarding self.
  • Change in feelings, moods, and behaviors.
  • Better communication and problem-solving skills.
Long-Term Success

To make art therapy available to the community in the efforts to heal through art.

  • Introduce art therapy programming to the community. 
  • Increase understanding on the importance of art therapy with a trained professional
  • Educate the public on the appropriate qualifications of an art therapist through ArtWorks.
  • Increase access to trained mental health professionals in the community.
  • Partner with other public arts programming in the efforts to build an awareness regarding the benefits of art therapy.
Program Success Monitored By
  • Pre- and post-workshop surveys of participants.
  • Intake survey.
  • Confidential evaluation completed by art therapist(s).
  • Observation and documentation of participants and art work(s) created.
Examples of Program Success

Through the initial program participants survey, the following examples of improvements in attitudes and perceptions were gathered. 

  • “(Through art therapy) I saw what I wanted in life and pictured myself there.”
  • “It (art therapy group) helped me relax.”
  • “I learned that I am really good at art.”
  • “(Art therapy) was a relief from stress; it was a safe place; I felt creative .”
  • “I got to think about the future and not just ‘today.’”

“ArtHeals: Family” and “ArtHeals: Community” were two art therapy workshop series I created during my internship at InterUrban ArtHouse. The family workshop invited individuals to converse and create through fun and meaningful projects. The community workshop invited individuals to create art with a positive message in the hopes of spreading cultural awareness, peace, and understanding.

CEO Comments

Johnson County is home to over 1,400 full-time solo arts professionals and 7,414 people employed in the Creative Arts Industries, making this area denser in Creative Entrepreneurship than both the state and national averages, according to the 2015 American’s for the Arts “Creative Industries." 

Kansas residents are the heaviest participants and consumers of the arts in the Kansas City Metro area but consistently travel across the state line to Missouri venues. Some community members are challenged in this process. Many artists living on the Kanas side of the state line have children and wish to commute to studios closer to their schools and homes. Issues like physical and cognitive disabilities and lack of financial resources can even prohibit individuals from participating in the arts, if it means having to travel.

The ArtHouse seeks to solve that problem by offering an open and inclusive arts center in Northeast Kansas. We not only invigorate area artists and their practices but also engage residents through community activities and events.

Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Angi Cain Hejduk
Term Start Mar 2016
Experience Ms. Hejduk is a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute ('94) and immediately put her creative experience to work in the business sector in San Francisco during the dot com boom.  After helping to launch and grow into a dozen new marketplaces over 4 years, Hejduk joined forces with Aftosa, a leader in art supply distribution and manufacturing.  In her role as Senior Manager of Production with Aftosa, she worked directly with artists with a goal of creating economic growth in their creative practice through production and import of their designs which resulted in over $5M in revenue for her clients.  She relocated back to the midwest after the adoption of her two children and was inspired to work more directly with her community, Hejduk founded a grassroots non-profit organization that supported foster children and those that were caring for them.  For 8 years, she developed countless community partnerships that supported the 3,000+ children living in foster care in the greater Kansas City community.   Wanting to return to the creative sector, Hejduk joined InterUrban ArtHouse as Chief Operations Officer in 2016 and become Chief Executive Officer in 2017.
Former CEOs
Nicole EmanuelJan 2012 - Jan 2017
Senior Staff
Title Chief Operating Officer
Experience/Biography Angi has come to InterUrban ArtHouse with a wealth of non-profit expertise. For the last nine years, she has served Cornerstones of Care as the Community Relations Manager and then as the Program Director for their "Give What You Got" program. She attended the Kansas City Art Institute and received her BFA in Ceramics.
InterUrban founder is community artist and muralist Nicole Emanuel. Emanuel has centered her career in working-class, ethnically diverse artist communities. Her work spans from organizing multi-state StreetArt exhibitions to repurposing underutilized industrial space for artist live-work to creating mural environments in alleys, to archiving public art documentation.
From 1986-1993, Emanuel worked with artist communities, legalizing their space. Accomplishments include work on the San Francisco Live/Work Code and the legalization of Project Artaud. From 1982-89, Emanuel worked on the publication “Community Murals,” a documentation of all the murals in the San Francisco Bay Area.
From 1990-1992, Emanuel worked with ArtSpace Projects in Minneapolis to create low-income live/work units.
Emanuel actively teaches, mentors, paints, sculpts and participates in boards of directors for several non-profit arts organizations. She continues to exhibit regularly.
Paid Full-Time Staff 2
Paid Part-Time Staff 1
Paid Contractors 0
Volunteers 28
Retention Rate 100%
Staff Diversity (Ethnicity)
African American/Black 1
Caucasian 2
Staff Diversity (Gender)
Female 2
Male 1
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy No
InterUrban ArtHouse regularly collaborates with the following organizations:
  • Arts Council of Johnson County
  • Johnson County Community College
  • Shawnee Mission School District
  • City of Overland Park
  • County of Johnson County
  • Downtown Overland Park Partnership
  • Johnson County Developmental Supports
  • Heartland Art Therapy
  • Mid-America Arts Alliance
  • Kansas Creative Industries Commission
  • ArtsKC
  • Charlotte Street
  • University of Missouri Kansas City
  • Kansas City Art Institute
Chamber of Commerce2017
2015-16 State Tax Credit RecipientState of Kansas2015
$162,500 Capital ContributionCity of Overland Park2015
State of the City Recognition for Capital Campaign and Creative PlacemakingCity of Overland Park2016
Downtown Overland Park Partnership Service Business of the YearCity of Overland Park2018
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr Issaku Yamaashi
Company Affiliation FOULSTON SIEFKIN LLP
Term May 2017 to Dec 2020
Board Co-Chair
Term Jan 2017 to Dec 2020
Board Members
Ms. Nedra BondsRetired
Mrs. Stacy CahalanJohn Deere
Ms. Nicole EmanuelNicole Emanuel Studios
Mrs. Sherri JacobsHeartland Art Therapy
Mr. Michael KelleyBike Walk KC
Ms. Regina KortCommunity Volunteer
Mr. William Kort
Mr. Ed PetersonAttorney at Law
Mr. Hal Shapiro
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 4
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 5
Female 5
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 90%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 25%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 10
Standing Committees
Board Governance
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Program / Program Planning
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2019
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2019
Projected Revenue $315,340
Projected Expenses $315,340
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2016, 2015, 2014: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.
  • Foundations/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201620152014
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$15,000$1,400$49,081
Individual Contributions------
Investment Income, Net of Losses$387$359$0
Membership Dues$4,697$24,364$0
Special Events$6,000($3,660)$0
Revenue In-Kind$19,669$4,502$0
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$110,331$101,967$78,460
Administration Expense$64,184$80,875$104,798
Fundraising Expense$38,722$31,973$0
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses3.371.050.46
Program Expense/Total Expenses52%47%43%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$859,609$337,592$231,415
Current Assets$211,971$243,691$139,018
Long-Term Liabilities$24,669$38,260$0
Current Liabilities$3,834$3,196$406
Total Net Assets$831,106$296,136$231,009
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities55.2976.25342.41
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets3%11%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201620152014
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Dates Jan 2015 to Dec 2017
Amount Raised to Date as of Mar 2016
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Other Documents
2017 Annual Report2017View
Capital Campaign Case Statement2015View
2015 Annual Report2015View
2014 Annual Report2014View
Organization Name InterUrban ArtHouse
Address 8001 Newton Street
Overland Park, KS 66204
Primary Phone (913) 283-7091
CEO/Executive Director Angi Cain Hejduk
Board Chair Mr Issaku Yamaashi
Board Chair Company Affiliation FOULSTON SIEFKIN LLP
Year of Incorporation 2012