Haunting Humanities was back this year to frighten, entertain and educate community members during the Halloween season.
Henry Farthing grew up surrounded by art. This Friday, they will debut their own collection of prints and photographs that invite viewers to reflect on their own personal upbringings.
Richard Renner said Sunday that after 40 years of performing all over the world, seeing awards and accolades, his Phoenix Award for contributions to the arts scene in Lawrence “without a doubt means the most.”
Four people and two local organizations will soon be honored for their achievements and contributions to the Lawrence arts scene.
The Lawrence library has partnered with a local artist to stand against books being banned for content, such as diversity, equity, inclusion and LGBTQ+ stories.
Hundreds of Lawrence community members showed up Saturday for day one of two of the Haskell Indian Art Market.
Panda Pediatrics partnered with local artists to transform its waiting area into an art experience. Community members gathered Tuesday to get a glimpse at the clinic’s new look.
In “Roadside Inappropriation,” artists Armando Minjarez, Mona Cliff and Erika Nelson each created a display responding to roadside attractions that appropriate elements of their cultures or portray people as caricatures.
Lawrence artist Chelsea Rezabek will soon host her third artist-centered community event, featuring more than 30 local vendors offering handmade arts and crafts, homemade food and live music.
The co-founders of Art Love Collective felt the Lawrence arts community was lacking something, and they opened Lawrence’s newest gallery with the intention of filling that void.
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