We’re building a database of the library’s collection of art – and you can search it the way you do the library’s catalog. Go to our new database to see the first 600 artworks from our art collection of more than 6,000 pieces.
The library’s Alice C. Sabatini Gallery is bringing the forest indoors. Against the Grain, an exhibit featuring the craft of woodturning, opens this Fri. Nov. 7, 2014 with a First Friday reception from 5:30-8 p.m.
Create poetry with forms such as haiku and acrostic, or try book spine poetry. Anyone can write poems for friends and family–I promise! And there are endless ways to tap into your crafty side in displaying your words.
Feltmaking – or Felting – has become quite popular lately, but did you know that it is a very old art? In fact, felt was the earliest known textile – predating any kind of weaving or spinning. There are several different techniques, and the Arts & Crafts Neighborhood has books to help with all of them.
Examine skateboarding in Native culture without leaving Topeka. Come to the Sabatini Gallery for Ramp It Up, a gravity-defying, colorful and informative exhibit. Find out what people are saying about it and why you should share the news too.
A 12-city national tour features Native art, skateboard deck designed by contemporary artists and gravity-defying photos. Opening Reception this Saturday with DJ Fraktul, 11am-2pm.