For this year’s Adornment show, the apprentice artists of Van Go have created artwork with the guiding theme of “A Seat at the Table,” inspired by Shirley Chisholm. The show opens to the public Sunday.
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.
Celebrate this Native American Heritage Month with the Indigenous Community Center (ICC)’s Music, Poetry and Art Bazaar, coming up this Saturday.
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 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.
The undead will walk among the Lawrence community again this year during the upcoming Zombie Walk.
Just ahead of Halloween, the Free State Film Society will screen “Carnival of Souls,” a cult classic by Lawrence filmmaker Herk Harvey and written by John Clifford.
A KU School of Music concert this weekend will highlight music from Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures and composers. It’s the first event from a new student-led group at KU, the Asian Classical Music Initiative.
Next week, 17 KU and Lawrence-based groups will come together for a series titled 51 Years OUT! to celebrate more than half a century of local LGBTQ+ pride.
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