Fiction writer Kimberlee Bethany Bonura and poet Darwin Michener-Rutledge have been named the 2024 Langston Hughes Creative Writing Award recipients.
Local writers are encouraged to submit their work to an annual creative writing contest in honor of Langston Hughes. The submission deadline has been extended to offset a website error.
Community members flocked to Bizarre Bazaar, the annual two-day art market that kicks off the holiday season in Lawrence, as it opened Friday evening at the Lawrence Arts Center.
BLACK (Black Literature & Arts Collective of Kansas) Lawrence is collaborating with the Lawrence Arts Center to host monthly open mics on several upcoming first Fridays.
Taking audience members through a journey of magical dreams, a new musical strives to destigmatize seeking mental health support. “The Exultant Stag” is set to open this weekend at the Lawrence Arts Center.
The Lawrence Arts Center will debut three new art galleries this Friday with themes covering race, culture, heritage and Hank Williams.
A free camp slated for next week aims to teach young participants of all abilities about theater performance and filmmaking.
As the saying goes, the show must go on. And for 50 years, the Summer Youth Theatre has gone on, rain or shine. In spite of all sorts of other barriers, it’s brought energetic theatre performances to the community and given thousands of young performers their first chances onstage.
A common thread through almost all of Lawrence Summer Youth Theatre’s 50-year history has been Ric Averill, along with his wife Jeanne and their children.
The Lawrence Arts Center has closed on the purchase of the former Salvation Army building next door at 946 New Hampshire St., according to an announcement Friday morning.
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