If you’re like us and can’t get enough of Mo Willems’s Doodles, we think you will enjoy this new storytime with Teacher Donika! Classroom pet Dottie even makes a special appearance in this video as she has been having a great time having an extended sleepover at Teacher Donika’s house. Enjoy!
Performing Arts Artistic Director Emeritus Ric Averill brings us back to the much simpler time of Chicken Pox in his latest singalong…
Singalong with Performing Arts Artistic Director Emeritus Ric Averill and find out if any animals make their way into his alphabet song…
Scootch up to the circle because Teacher Megan has a story to share about everyone’s favorite bear- Corduroy!
It may be a little cloudy this morning, but Miss Linda is here to put a little sunshine in your day. Will you sing along and help her ‘put the baby to bed’?
Grab a carpet square and assume your best criss-cross applesauce because Miss Andria has a virtual story time just for YOU! Join us for more fun videos from our early ed team including a very special Facebook Live storytime on Monday morning, March 22 10am, with Miss Linda.
In these uncertain times, we all are finding ourselves having an amazing amount of quality family time. Our team wants you all to know that we are thinking of you and sending you and your beautiful children and families our love. We believe that continuing art and play experiences in your home as a continuation … [more]
A gallery installation. A performance. Atmosphere. Meet Tammy Keiser, costume designer, and Amanda Pintore, the director of Atmosphere, the Lawrence Arts Center’s newest performance for very young children ages 2-6! Tammy Keiser is a creator of small (preferably quirky and twisted) worlds that live on a stage. She also loves to dress the … [more]
A gallery installation. A performance. Atmosphere. Meet Sharon McCaman, the installation designer and performer in Atmosphere, the Lawrence Arts Center’s newest performance for very young children ages 2-6! Sharon McCaman is easy to spot because of her loud, crazy wardrobe. She actually really likes fruits and vegetables, but also eats a bean burrito once … [more]
A gallery installation. A performance. Atmosphere. Meet Rachel Cross, the musician in Atmosphere, the Lawrence Arts Center’s newest performance for very young children ages 2-6! Rachel Cross is an opera-singing, baby-whispering, harp-playing, plant-loving, dancing-through-life creative. She’s a jack of all trades musician and has an impressive and eccentric collection of instruments. She’s been known … [more]