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.
The 2023 Free State Festival lineup packs locally and nationally known creatives into a weeklong multimedia extravaganza, featuring comedy, neoclassical piano, short films paired with food, documentaries about changemakers and much more.
A new exhibition at Cider Gallery will celebrate four decades of works by Stan Herd, the Kansas artist best known for his crop art, or earthworks.
A lifelong musician, Katlyn Conroy feels compelled to make music. At 33, she’s built her life around singing and songwriting. And she’s composed more than 300 songs for special events such as anniversaries, birthdays, and Valentine’s Day.
A forum Saturday will ask the six candidates for Lawrence City Commission to answer questions about how they value local arts and cultural organizations and businesses.
New, colorful artwork will brighten the walls at The Roost when it reopens Monday morning.
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