The Lawrence Arts Center’s Performing Arts Intern Training Program began this February with the production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Jillian Schwartz and Siren Holland served as intern stage managers during the rehearsal and production process of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. This program provides students with hands on experience in a positive environment. Look for … [more]
Month: February 2016
Since the Arts Center’s earliest days, the Noller family has been a part of the life of the Lawrence Arts Center. As the Noller family’s business has grown and prospered, so has the Lawrence Arts Center! Forty years later, we still have Laird Noller employees coming through our doors each day, dropping of children – … [more]
Award winning cardboard artist, Juniper Tangpuz, is the set designer for The Lawrence Arts Center’s family production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Come check out his amazing set Febuary 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27.
Sergei Isupov is one of the artists who will be in this year’s #CeramicsSymposium March 11-12. Isupov’s work is featured in numerous books & magazines and is a recipient of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award. Enrollment info here.
The verdict is in… Performing Arts staff members Ric Averill and Elizabeth Sullivan had a blast performing a re-enactment of To Kill A Mockingbird for Lawrence High School students today. Click to reach the Lawrence Journal-World story ‘Lawrence students leave the classroom for the courtroom in re-enactment of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
Preschoolers delivered colorful and sweet Valentines to lucky office Arts Center staff members today!
We were thrilled to welcome the Lawrence Community Orchestra on Friday, February 12.
Name: Breanna Pine Kelly / Character: Truly Scrumptious Favorite thing about the Role: The songs! The costumes! The kids! Favorite Breakfast Cereal: Granola. (I have a problem) If you could take a joyride in your own Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, where would you go? Somewhere I could take a long uninterrupted nap. Advice for other … [more]