People had the opportunity to meet the Lawrence Art Center’s newest artists-in-residence, printmaker Taro Takizawa and ceramicist Twiggy Boden, Thursday afternoon.
Lawrence’s Free State Film Society is debuting a new venue to accompany its lineup of film-centric events this fall.
An art exhibit and accompanying programs at the Lawrence Arts Center aim to share unique experiences of artists who balance both creative work and parenthood.
The culmination of Jonathan Christensen Caballero’s yearlong Lawrence Arts Center residency, works celebrating “the will of the Latin American community,” will be on display starting Friday evening.
Call it a colossal community collaboration featuring the creativity of nearly 150 seventh-graders. The Zinn Writers of Liberty Memorial Central Middle School once again have partnered with the Lawrence Arts Center, resulting in a multimedia literary project called “I Hope You Know.”
The kinetic creativity of Art Tougeau is coming back to downtown Lawrence this weekend.
An immersive art experience called “Finding La Yarda” will re-create a room from the housing unit built for Mexican American railroad workers in Lawrence from 1920-51.
Almost from the moment it was launched nearly 50 years ago, the Lawrence Arts Center found itself scrambling for space. Now, it may have solved its space problems.
Hang12, a student-led curatorial board run out of the Lawrence Arts Center, plans and runs art shows and art-centered community events with the goal of elevating young artists from the Lawrence area.
In-person appearances by filmmaker John Waters, comedian Cameron Esposito, musicians The Black Creatures and Oscar winner Kevin Willmott are among some of the highlights of Free State Festival’s Act 2.
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