Spend some time this month exploring a museum or park with a friend, a loved one, a family member or your children.
To each artist a sketchbook is a way of capturing ideas – there are no rules. What do you capture in your sketchbooks?
With the help of various how-to books in the library’s collection (and my determination to keep trying), I present to you… my simple step-by-step photo essay: Zan and the three paged tunnel book.
What really happens between exhibits at the Sabatini Gallery? Here are some sneak-peek images of what we are doing to get ready for the next exhibition.
Lean more about paper cuts from the five amazing artists featured in the 11th Annual Art Exhibit for Children, A Cut Above.
Museums are my hobby. I love visiting as many as I can whenever I travel. They tell the stories of our communities. However deep in recesses of their gift shops and bookstores lurks my undiagnosed addiction.
Discover some of the many symbols found in Chinese decorative arts on display at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery in the Hirschberg Gallery from April 6 through May 18.
Have you ever wondered where the library keeps all its art? Let’s take a look at Special Collection Storage down in the basement of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.
Woven glass—that’s right woven glass. We are all used to seeing woven rugs or woven blankets, but glass?
December 7, 2011 marks the 70th Anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.