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Upcoming Events › Outreach
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock music festival and flower power with a game of I-Spy. Find fragments of images in the front gallery Woodstock photo exhibition and drawings in the middle gallery. Finish off the game in the actual green space Monarch Waystation garden. 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. Open to printmakers of all ages! Learn how to create your own repeatable images using common materials.
Visit the Study Center during Walk-ins Welcome Fridays—no appointment necessary! Visitors are invited to drop in on Fridays between 10 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 4 pm to request works on paper from our collection.
Locations will be open from 5 to 9 pm for opening receptions on Friday, September 27 Matthew Lord | The Elevator Project September 27, 5 to 9 pm September 28, 10 am to 4 pm Lawrence Arts Center, Elevator The Elevator Project is an art installation by 2019 Project-based Artist in Residence Matthew Lord that blends printmaking and performance and takes place between the floors of the Lawrence Arts Center. This pop-up gallery will display works with distinct prairie iconography combined…
Come watch and learn how to use the risograph with artists Stephanie Gage of Martian Press. The risograph is a digital duplicator with a high-volume capacity for printing. In this workshop, you will get an informative talk and demo on the history and basics of Risograph printing, a medium of printmaking that is known for its accessibility and unique screenprint-like quality. Participants will leave with a small two-color edition of their own artwork! martian.press
Learn how to set and print type on the Vandercook with artist Anne Luben! Drawing from fantastical sources of visual and narrative culture within country music and Western Americana, she employs processes of letterpress and embroidery within her work to propose a magical realist relationship between the embellished garment and the inflated folkloric identity. Her work can be viewed at www.anneluben.com
KU print students offer a traditional mokuhanga (Japanese Wood Block) printing demo and relief printing on the Takach Press. Come meet the KU Print Club and learn a little about the world of relief printing!
Sign off on Print Week at the biennial Wonder Fair Wayzgoose! This public celebration of printmakers and their patrons will feature music, drinks, and jollity.
Visiting artist Amy Cousins uses printmaking to explore social activism and community engagement. Create your own mobile art in the form of wearable buttons!