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Showcasing Safety in Kawaii Animal Drawings

Drawings of cartoon animals wearing face masks

IMAGES L-R: Finn, 8; Ariah, 9; Ada, 9                      

Miss Katie’s 3rd-5th grade drawing and painting students put a relevant twist on their Kawaii animal drawings by adding in some masks!

This seems like a good time to remind everyone that here at the Lawrence Arts Center we are ALL masked up! All employees, patrons, and students are required to wear masks when in the building, and we are limiting our classroom sizes to ensure we can all stay spread out and safe while making art. Please check out our health and safety guidelines and check out our class offerings, which include both virtual and in-person experiences!


Red dancer sculpture outside of the arts center wears a mask

Health and Safety Guidelines

As restrictions on public spaces and gatherings are eased, we will be thoughtful and cautious as we make plans to see you again in-person. Because we care deeply about everyone’s health and safety, we accept this new reality and will be mindful of our physical spaces and how we interact with them.

Fall Classes Still Enrolling

Arts education programming at the Lawrence Arts Center encourages students of all ages and experience levels to experiment, explore, and deepen understanding of art while making lasting connections with their teachers and each other.