Curate This! is a program for teens interested in learning more about the museum experience.
Come into the gallery today. Talented teens with an interest in the arts have created a well thought-out exhibit focusing on the individual. Participants in our Curate This! program receive real-life training for possible careers as museum directors, curators or archivists. Learn more about this library outreach effort.
How does local artist Justin Marable create his works of art? Discover two of the techniques he uses to create his images.
Based on hundreds of hours of research and being allowed in to participate, Sarah Thornton was able to get behind the scenes of seven high-energy, high-stakes art world environments.
Justin Marable and Juniper Tangpuz ask us to think about our environment and history as a whole, and how it changes through time. What would dinosaurs think of today’s technology?
You may have seen the artwork filling the windows of the Kids Library and David J’s Place in the library. The art was created by Topeka and Shawnee County elementary school children in partnership with Jennifer Marsh, of Washburn and the Dream Rocket Project. The works will be on display through April. Come in and […]
The votes are in and the prizes have been awarded! Take a look at this year’s Edible Book Festival winners.
A New Day, A New Artist, A New Art Medium This week in Art Club at Lowman Hill the third graders were introduced to the finer art of watercolor. This art medium takes a lighter approach and finer motor skills which the students have been working up to all year. The Master Artist we looked […]
Consumed, an exhibit opening April 5 at the Alice C. Sabatini GAllery, looks at history, ecology, animals and people in Pop Art-style. Charming and whimsical works of art by Justin Marable and Juniper Tangpuz tell stories about the past, present and future. Come in during First Friday and meet the artists.
Big Air Package, the newest project by the renowned artist Christo is on display this year at the Gasometer in Oberhausen, Germany.
BBC Arts editor, Will Gompertz, discusses the, “surprising, shocking, and sometimes strange story of 150 years of Modern Art.”