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This month’s Final Friday reminds us of the talented folk drawn to, and cultivated from, the Lawrence community.
A taste of Kansas City’s high-end art scene has arrived in East Lawrence, where some of the priciest paintings in town hang inside a once-leaking, crumbling, vacant 1890s warehouse. The Cider Gallery, which includes event and office space, is planning its grand opening on Friday. By Sara Shepherd
The art in this month’s Lawrence Final Fridays covers the gamut, from a photographer who documents stalwart items from the history of the heartland to a forward-looking artist known for ephemeral set designs in Hollywood. By Margie Carr
To celebrate its fifth anniversary, Wonder Fair is planning a community-driver art event befitting of its reputation as one of Lawrence’s best-kept secrets. On Friday the small, upstairs art gallery, shop and studio at 803 1/2 Massachusetts St. will kick off a month-long “art adventure.”
A sculptor and production designer who has worked with film iconoclasts such as Isabella Rossellini and James Franco will present a multi-part “art experience” in collaboration with Lawrence rock band Hospital Ships.
With Lawrence still digging out from Thursday’s snowstorm, most art galleries are rescheduling planned Final Fridays events for next Friday, March 1. However, some activities are still on and others have been rescheduled for other dates. Here's what we know so far. By Sara Shepherd
If you like art to tell you about where we’ve been as a society or where we are going, you won’t want to miss this month’s Final Friday. By Margie Carr
“Riverkings” — these generations of fishermen who made their livings and supported their families on the Kansas River are the subject of a new exhibit at the Watkins Community Museum.
“When you put creative people together, amazing stuff happens,” Eric Kirkendall says.
The month of love is fast approaching, and the Percolator Artspace is planning a fitting tribute. The Percolator is seeking artwork about love — or lack thereof.
The final Final Fridays event of 2012 offers one more opportunity to reflect on the thriving arts community in Lawrence.
How and what does one pack for beginning a journey into — according to the ancient Mayan timekeepers — a new 26,000-year cycle?
Forget door-buster sales at the big box stores, writes Margie Carr. This month's Final Fridays will provide plenty of gift ideas from an array of talented and acclaimed artists.
Few would argue that Final Fridays is the opportunity to celebrate the local arts scene, but how often do we stop and consider the talented individuals who make a special trip to Lawrence for the monthly event? This Friday we have the opportunity to meet several artists from around the country, and who knows? Maybe if we meet them we’ll gain a new appreciation for the world around us. By Margie Carr
“Woven Dream” opens Wednesday at the Lawrence Art Guild’s 1109 Gallery, 1109 Mass.
If you’re going to have a thriving arts community, you need more than talented people and spacious galleries, you need studio space.
Final Fridays turns 2 with a wide array of can't-miss exhibits.
This month's Final Fridays is highlighted by new developments and galleries in east Lawrence.
Developer Tony Krsnich was pretty confident he was on to something last year when he started converting the 1904 Poehler Grocery Warehouse in east Lawrence into a 49-unit apartment building.