Storytellers from around the Midwest and beyond will convene for the Paper Plains Zine Fest in Lawrence over the weekend to celebrate the impacts of zine-making and offer workshops on how to make your own zines.
For Van Go apprentice artist Barack Bennett-Robinson, drawing from emotion is part of making meaningful art. He and 19 other young artists on Friday night unveiled the benches they’ve been working on for eight weeks.
Van Go, a Lawrence-based youth arts program, on Friday will unveil 20 unique benches, all created by local apprentice artists in honor of people and organizations.
A former Pinckney Elementary parent is working with an arts-based youth program to bring memories of the now-closed school to students’ new schools.
Van Go artists unveiled “The Art of Listening,” a new mural that graces the front of Kansas Suicide Prevention Headquarters, in front of a crowd of eager spectators Wednesday evening.
Dozens of people gathered in the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center Wednesday night to view the new mural by Van Go’s apprentice artists.
Van Go will host a fundraiser event — a morning through the Lawrence Loop followed by a party — at the beginning of May in support of the youth-based arts organization’s wellness programs and resources.
A short film telling the transformative stories of five Van Go alumni has earned honors from the advertising industry.
The young artists of Van Go opened their annual Adornment holiday art show and sale to a Lawrence crowd Saturday night.
Van Go will kick off its annual Adornment Holiday Art Show and Sale with an opening night event this Saturday to introduce works created by young artists.
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