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Art Here, Art Now: Judith G. Levy, Splendid Country Roads

During the 2019 Benefit Art Auction, we partnered 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, led students through the selection, research, and writing process for the Art Here, Art Now blog series. We would … Continued


Art Here, Art Now: Private Moments of Joy and Pain

During the 2019 Benefit Art Auction, we partnered 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, led students through the selection, research, and writing process for the Art Here, Art Now blog series. We would … Continued


Art Here, Art Now: Jen Unekis, A Sensitive Handling of Color and Tension

During the 2019 Benefit Art Auction, we partnered 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, led graduate students through the selection, research, and writing process for the Art Here, Art Now blog series. We … Continued


What a fantastic Benefit Art Auction!

Thank you to the generous sponsors, dedicated staff, supportive board of directors, talented artists, and enthusiastic art buyers who came together to raise funds sufficient to support another year of first-class exhibitions to the Lawrence Arts Center. Edmonds Duncan has been our signature sponsor since 2015, and I am continually humbled by their generosity. Their … Continued


Art Here, Art Now: Gerry Miller’s “Dinner With Mom”

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 … Continued


Art Here, Art Now: A Realm Between

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 … Continued


Art Here, Art Now: Cut and Sculpt, Light and Shadow

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 … Continued


Enroll Now for a $10 Discount on Adult Classes!

Above: Ann Dean, “Fresh Linens at La Guarida, Havana Centro, Cuba” (2017) Featured Class: Write Here, Write Now Our spring classes are in full bloom! Did you miss enrollment? Not to fear, Priscilla Howe’s Write Here, Write Now will meet beginning April 19th. This process writing class will examine narrative construction through a series of … Continued


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 … Continued


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 … Continued