Arts & events
Amber Sellers said she wants to share the power of possibility with her community. That’s what inspired her to plan a film screening and talkback at the library this weekend.
Lawrence High School senior Oliver Elwell’s ceramics piece has been selected to be showcased at a national ceramics conference this spring.
With two casts and two endings, there’s a lot to keep organized in West Middle School’s all-school play, “The Walking Dwarves.” There’s no sugar-coating the scene at Thursday morning’s preview show: It’s pure, loud chaos. It’s also a celebration.
Lawrence community members — even cottonheaded ninnymuggins — are invited to Theatre Lawrence’s in-person and streamed winter production, “Elf: The Musical.”
A crowd gathered Sunday to celebrate the completion of a new mural at Cottin’s Hardware in Lawrence.
Lori Norwood took inspiration from Lawrence’s Pooch Plunge tradition to create a steel sculpture. Her piece was recently selected for a metalworking award.
Good news for those who have missed out so far: the popular short documentary “Searching for La Yarda” is set for a virtual screening, and it will be available online for a while.
After taking a year off due to COVID-19, the Lawrence Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade is back and looks to be bigger and better than ever. Even its route has been extended by two extra blocks.
Celebrate this Native American Heritage Month with the Indigenous Community Center (ICC)’s Music, Poetry and Art Bazaar, coming up this Saturday.
As we head into Halloweekend, Lawrence offers plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween, from concerts and culture to contests and candy.
Over the next month, Kansas Suicide Prevention HQ will hold “The Art of Hope,” an art showcase, to wrap with a live auction on Dec. 4.
The KU Department of Theatre & Dance has got the beat, and students are excited to share it when “Head Over Heels” premieres this weekend.
The city has approved plans for a mural that will light up the side of Mass Street Music, 1347 Massachusetts St.
Wonder Gallery will reopen on Final Friday with an expanded focus that includes home items and a Utopian Bookstore alongside rotating artists’ exhibitions.
The Lawrence Times has added a second calendar to our Events page to help boost exposure for events that are ongoing for longer periods of time.
A presentation this week will “demystify the process of resettlement of refugees and asylees, and clarify many common misunderstandings,” according to a news release.