Applications for three community arts programs are now open, the City of Lawrence announced this week.
The City of Lawrence is one step closer to distributing $150K in grant funding to help the arts and culture sector recover from the pandemic — the application is now available online.
Lawrence’s Cultural Arts Commission will soon look to disseminate $150,000 in grant funding to local arts organizations.
The upcoming Art + Culture + Crossings public art project will bring sights, sounds, stories, sass and supplies to downtown Lawrence later this month.
The city has approved plans for a mural that will light up the side of Mass Street Music, 1347 Massachusetts St.
The Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission on Wednesday evening approved a sculptural pavilion planned to sit adjacent to the new Lawrence Police Department headquarters.
A mural is underway at Owens Flower Shop, 846 Indiana St. LarryvilleLife snapped this photo of its progress Monday.
Jacob Burmood, the artist who created “Paradoxical Synapse,” will be in attendance for a Final Friday public unveiling of the sculpture at 8th and Vermont streets.
“I strongly believe that the mission of the Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission should not be tied to tourism dollars,” Marlo Angell writes.
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