One of the toughest questions young artists ask is “How do I set prices for my work?” It’s hard to think of a labor of love as a commodity. But art is a business.
This fun book shows you how to make something cute and simple each day of the year.
Creativity helps us think outside the box, problem solve, in everyday life situations.
Are video games art? The Museum of Modern Art in New York says “Yes”.
Consider yourself officially invited to our growing Facebook party.
The Friends of the Library sponsors our competitions. From their sponsorship, we are able to purchase art for the library’s collection. Here are this year’s purchase award winners.
In recognition of American Indian Heritage Month, I want to share the art of Santa Clara Pueblo artist Roxanne Swentzell with you. We’ll take a closer look at her sculpture called “Laughing at the Ducks”, which is part of the library’s permanent art collection. Then we’ll hit the road to see examples of her work in museums in Kansas City and Denver.
Sabatini Gallery Family Art Day. Take a break from shopping, eating turkey and watching football. Bring Grandpa, Aunt Mary, Cousin George and the kids. Build your own Winter Fantasy artwork or work together as a team! What will you create?
Spend some time this month exploring a museum or park with a friend, a loved one, a family member or your children.
Area art enthusiasts have a rare opportunity to see some of the finest examples of contemporary printmaking in the nation here in Topeka. View the amazing prints in the Printed Image 4, a juried, biennial exhibit starting Nov. 16 at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery. Hand-pulled prints are beautiful, velvety and can express any idea. […]
With exceptional architecture, lighting and plenty of places to sit, why not bring your sketchbook to the Library and spend the day drawing the building itself?