Thanks to the Friends of the Library! Their support of the Topeka Competition 30 lets us add great art to our library’s collection. For more than 30 years, the Friends of the Library has sponsored the Topeka Competition. This is a national, juried, biennial exhibition, featuring the best in contemporary arts and crafts. It started [...]
Book Art for Schools Jeanne Drewes, Preservation librarian at the Library of Congress, will teach you how to teach others! “Book Art for Schools” is a workshop that shows you how to make five different book forms. You can then share your knowledge with students, scout troops, friends, family, anyone! Join us Tuesday, April 26, [...]
Celebrating national artists working in 3-dimensional media, the Topeka Competition offers visitors an opportunity to view new and innovative work in contemporary arts and crafts. Opens April 1 at the Sabatini Gallery.
The 3D arts and crafts exhibit showcases the best from across the country. Come in to the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery for an exhibit that will exceed your expectations April 1-May 13.
More news on the Topeka Competition 30 A full-time studio artist in Helena, MT, Notkin’s teapots, ceramic sculptures and tile murals are visual explorations into social and political commentary. Through the 1960′s, 70′s and 80′s, when large scale abstract expressionist vessels and gestural ceramic sculptures were the rage in contemporary American ceramics, Notkin worked with [...]
Attention all artists 18 and over! We are now accepting submissions for the Topeka Competition. This national exhibition recognizes artists working in three-dimensional media, and offers the public an opportunity to view some of the most innovative work in contemporary arts and crafts. Eligible media are clay, metalwork, jewelry, fiber, leather, glass, wood, or any combination of the above. To [...]