Sunday, April 18, 2004
Exhibit questions art's role as decoration
What's over your sofa?
That's the question posed by a new exhibition "A Painting for Over the Sofa (That's Not Necessarily a Painting)."
The national touring show opens Saturday in the Kress Gallery at the Spencer Museum of Art and will continue through June 20.
Complete with inflatable sofas, the exhibit invites viewers to sit down and make themselves at home while soaking in works by 18 artists that challenge the notion of art as a decorative element.
Lawrence Art Guild offers career grant
Applications for the Lawrence Art Guild's Career Opportunity Grant are being accepted.
The application form and information are available on the guild's Web site, www.lawrenceartguild.com.
Entries must be postmarked by May 31.
The $500 grant will be awarded during the guild's June monthly meeting.
Area high school wins honors at band festival
The Perry-Lecompton High School Concert Band competed in the Winter Park Ski-Music Festival in Winter Park, Colo., April 7-10.
The group received the Best in Class award for a concert band in division 2A. Bands from Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas competed.
Band directors are Mike Maloun and Nancy Zahniser.