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January 2018

Time-Shift Paradox. A solo exhibition by Justin Marable

January 12 @ 9:00 am - February 24 @ 5:00 pm

January 12 – February 24 INSIGHT Art Talk: January 22  |  7 pm OPENING RECEPTION: January 12, 7-9pm  |  FINAL FRIDAY RECEPTION: January 26, 5-9pm, February 23, 5-9pm. Artist, Justin Marable in his newest body of work asks, “what if we explored time together in search of a deeper sense of our collective selves?  Could we rewrite both present and future by dipping into the past?”  This immersive installation is focused on time travelers who intercede in a variety of…

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March 2018

2018 Benefit Art Auction Exhibition

March 9 @ 9:00 am - April 14 @ 5:00 pm

Established by artists in 1981 as a way to fund a not-for-profit gallery, the Lawrence Arts Center Annual Benefit Art Auction provides funding for the exhibitions program now occupying five spaces in the Arts Center and enriched by Art Talks, films, and more. Approximately 150 pieces generously donated by artists will be on exhibit for four weeks. Bidding on auction works is an opportunity to support exhibitions at the Lawrence Arts Center – all proceeds from sales go toward continuing…

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April 2018

2018 Benefit Art Auction

April 14 @ 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Established by artists in 1981 as a way to fund a not-for-profit gallery, the Lawrence Arts Center Annual Benefit Art Auction provides funding for the exhibitions program now occupying five spaces in the Arts Center and enriched by Art Talks, films, and more. Approximately 150 pieces generously donated by artists will be on exhibit for four weeks. Bidding on auction works is an opportunity to support exhibitions at the Lawrence Arts Center – all proceeds from sales go toward continuing…

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Lawrence Arts Center Annual Preschool Exhibit

April 14 @ 9:00 pm - April 22 @ 5:00 pm

This exhibit features works from preschool students at the Lawrence Arts Center.  Illuminating the roots of imagination through fearless creativity, this exhibit offers a rare and inspiring glimpse of the origin of ingenuity and inspiration.  Arts Center preschoolers have the opportunity to work with professional artists, actors, dancers, and musicians; attend performances; and create in the studios. Creative confidence and innovative skills are clear in the work of these very young students.

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Lawrence Arts Center Kelly Galloway Kindergarten Exhibit

April 14 @ 9:00 pm - April 22 @ 9:00 pm

Piloted in the fall of 2016 with support from the Thomas D. Galloway Family, the Kelly Galloway Kindergarten’s arts-based curriculum prepares young students to develop innovation and critical thinking skills while setting the stage for a lifetime love of learning. This exhibition presents the powerful imaginations of some of our youngest artists.

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Jenny Doores & Andrew Cho. Devil Take the Hindmost

April 20 @ 9:00 am - May 19 @ 5:00 pm

INSIGHT Art Talk: April 30  |  7 pm Jenny Doores combines bold simplicity and fantastic imagery in her sculptures. Nude women travel on the shells of giant tortoises. A blindfolded woman emotionlessly nurses a bald homunculus in spectacles and a business suit. These figures are robust and idealized archetypes. They evoke mythology.  By contrast, Andrew Cho’s ceramic vessels are very much of the physical world. Cho brings realism to pottery with the materiality of gritty clay and buttery glazes. These materials…

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USD 497 Exhibition

April 27 @ 9:00 am - May 10 @ 9:00 pm

FINAL FRIDAY RECEPTION: April 27  |  5 pm - 9 pm The annual USD 497 Public School show features works selected by public school art teachers of K-12 students from across Lawrence.  Showcasing a cross section of the excellent visual arts programing in Lawrence public schools, this exhibit spotlights the value of arts learning and the importance of fine arts programs in public education.  On exhibit just after the Lawrence Arts Center Arts-based Preschool and Kindergarten Exhibitions, the show is…

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May 2018
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Emmy Lingscheit. Seconds

May 18 @ 5:00 pm - June 23 @ 9:00 pm

Emmy Lingscheit’s work explores ideas of environmental change and geopolitical upheaval, and investigates the ambiguities and exchanges between organisms and non-organisms, and between humans and non-humans. These seemingly rigid categories become increasingly blurry as technological advances take us further into a postnatural domain, and scientific research continues to reveal surprising insights into the world we think we know. Lingscheit’s prints and sculptural works explore the myriad ways in which we are enmeshed with the non-human, from the cellular level to…

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Michael Benedetti. The Architecture of Memory

May 18 @ 5:00 pm - June 23 @ 9:00 pm

2017/18 Printmaking Artist-in-Residence Michael Benedetti is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has a MFA in Printmaking from The University of Georgia. He has been awarded multiple residencies including Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado and The Academy of Visual Arts in Ghent, Belgium. Michael’s current artwork focuses on identity and the abstraction of emotion through the use of architecture, modular components, and systematic image creation. In order to better understand how our surroundings contribute to the formation of an identity,…

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