Be Moved's Mammalia, Wonder Fair's Cat People, celebrating spring at the Lost Art Space, a multimedia shindig at the Lawrence Art Party, and 99 Bottles at the Pig
February Final Fridays Preview: 'Bright' art at Wonder Fair and getting inside artists' heads at Lost Art Space
Two best bets for this month's Final Fridays come from new exhibits at Wonder Fair and the Lost Art Space.
January's Final Friday events include unsettling imagery at the Invisible Hand, two exhibitions at the Percolator, and a community project at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Art for Skate's Sake exhibition aims to raise money for Centennial Skate Park facelift.
The Springfield, Mo., band stops by the art space Tuesday in support of "Tape Club," the band's new collection of B-sides and rarities.
One of the many local holiday markets up and running this Black Friday, Wonder Fair is offering screen prints from Tad Carpenter and stationary from Heather Smith-Jones in addition to their existing inventory.
The skeletons will be out of the closet when Watkins Community Museum of History presents "Living Memories: Celebrating Day of the Dead this Friday," an exhibition that explores the way people commemorate the dead.
Make your way through an elaborate blanket fort and enjoy some cold weather drinks while looking at work from a variety of artists including fiber artist Kim Eichler-Messmer.
The Kansas City performance art spectacle employs a gyroscope, burlesque dancers, stilt walkers and a marching band for this year's pre-Halloween show at Liberty Hall, 644 Mass.
Meredith Moore and Paul DeGeorge have plans for the downtown gallery.