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Dairionn Billberry, best known throughout the art community as ‘Tuss’ or the ‘Young Visionary’, has put together a show of new work that focuses on street culture and sports iconography. Using apparel as canvases, Tuss embellishes and enhances urban style with his own style of customization. He has been featured in the University Daily Kansan, SneakerFiles, Bleacher Report, KC Sneakfest, CollegeSpun, and a few other media outlets. In his own words, “My work is inspired by my everyday interactions and…
Through whimsical rhymes and big life ideas, Seuss teaches 'bout life and who “me” really is. With costumes and sets, each girl and each boy Will perform many dances that all will enjoy. We’ll interpret the stories of Gwark, Zlock and Pop With two weeks of fun, you will bop 'til you drop! Shannon and Paige will direct this fun crowd We’ll be dancing and dancing and laughing out loud! Join us Monday thru Friday, July 8 - July 19, 2019…
July 18 | 7PM July 19 | 7PM July 20 | 3PM & 7PM Students $7.50/Adults $10 Directed by Daniel Bird Tobin Written by Will Averill Performed by SYT Junior: 6th-8th Graders The Peloponnesian Midwest Regional Chorus is tired of placing last in every competition with their ho-hum renditions of heroic myths. Enter Thespis with a risky idea to cure the Chorus's recitation-related woes: a full theatrical production!
July 25 | 7PM July 26 | 7PM July 27 | 2PM & 7PM July 28 | 3PM Students $7.50/Adults $10 Recommended for ages 13 and up. This musical has mature themes. Directed by Amanda Pintore Music by John Kander Lyrics by Fred Ebb Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse Performed by SYT Senior: 8th-12th Graders In roaring twenties Chicago, Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the American Dream: fame, fortune,…
A Free State Festival presentation With never-before-seen footage, this brand new documentary tells the story of the political and social upheaval leading to those three historic days when near disaster put the ideals of the counterculture to the test. Running time: 106 minutes
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock music festival with a game of gallery I-Spy. Enter your completed game for a chance to win visual arts prizes!
We’re kicking off 2019 Print Week with an exploration of relief printmaking. Learn how to create your own repeatable images using common materials.
exhibitions • print fair • workshops • demonstrations • presentations A collaboration with the Lawrence Arts Center, Wonder Fair, the University of Kansas Printmaking Department, and the Spencer Museum of Art.
Visiting artist Amy Cousins uses printmaking to explore social activism and community engagement. Create your own mobile art in the form of wearable buttons!