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Performing Arts this April: You should be dancing, YEAH!

Hello and Happy April! Take a peek at what is coming up!   Join us for The Runaway Orchestra, a musical adventure for all ages, April 5-7. Told through puppetry, music, story, and dance, this performance is designed to introduce young people to the instruments and families of the orchestra. There is going to be a new … [more]


Art Here, Art Now: A Small Group Of Neon-Hued Organisms, A Collage Art By Sarah Hearn

This year we are excited to partner with the Department of Art History at the University of Kansas to provide background and insight on participating artists and their work. David Cateforis, Department Chair and Art History Professor, leads graduate students enrolled in the course Art Here, Art Now as they select and research some of the artists participating … [more]


Art is Everywhere: Teresa Mulinazzi Kempf

“When we underwent an expansion, I realized how much white space was on our walls. As some of my clients are artists, buying their artwork for the office was a great way to both showcase their talents and support their work. I love it because each piece tells a different story and the juxtaposition of … [more]


Exterior shot of the Lawrence Arts Center

6 Reasons to Move to Lawrence, KS, Right Now | Livability

By Liz Weslander on March 27, 2019 Looking for a tight-knit community with great schools, awesome food and gorgeous green spaces? You need to check out Lawrence, Kansas. Situated less than an hour west of the Kansas City metro area, Lawrence, KS, is a welcoming community with a thriving historic downtown and winning college basketball team. Ample opportunities … [more]


Art Here, Art Now: Studying Kintsugi Technique in Jeff Weinberg’s “Dragon Tea”

This year we are excited to partner with the Department of Art History at the University of Kansas to provide background and insight on participating artists and their work. David Cateforis, Department Chair and Art History Professor, leads graduate students enrolled in the course Art Here, Art Now as they select and research some of the artists participating … [more]


Final Friday Reception: Points of Youth

This Friday the Lawrence Arts Center will be your one-stop for visual arts, hand crafted food, and delicious drinks. Points of Youth is the unveiling of a partnership between Lawrence Arts Center teaching artists Andrew Cho, Cathy Joritz, and Brandon Keenan and students of Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence to produce works in ceramics, drawing, … [more]



9th Street Project – Pathways RFP Available!

UPDATE! The Pathways RFP is now available. You can use the link here to access it or find it on our website. **************** This last week the 9th Street Team reassembled after spring break to divide and conquer our very long to-do list. From 5:30-6:00 PM the project team met with artists who had questions … [more]


Art Here, Art Now: A Note On “Woman contemplating” by Lauretta Hendricks-Backus

This year we are excited to partner with the Department of Art History at the University of Kansas to provide background and insight on participating artists and their work. David Cateforis, Department Chair and Art History Professor, leads graduate students enrolled in the course Art Here, Art Now as they select and research some of the artists participating … [more]


Art is Everywhere: Margie Wakefield

“Art speaks to everyone and tells our human story. When my clients come into my office, they value the art hung throughout for its inspiration. It reflects my attention to detail, sensitivity and personalized care for my clients.“ – Margie Wakefield The Law Office of Margie Wakefield features beautiful work by artists like Clare Doveton … [more]