To help celebrate their first 40 years, the library has partnered with Ballet Midwest to showcase their rich history through a selection of photographs, costumes, and props and display in the rotunda. When your here, don’t forget to look up to see more iconic tutus on display!
Drawing on the wall as a kid could lead to a career as an adult.
Sometimes, artistic limitations can foster even greater creativity; when text is minimal or absent, book artists must decide how to tell stories using different tools.
Whether they use traditional materials or more modern ones, book artists thoughtfully consider the physical experience of reading the book when making their design decisions.
Beginning in the early twentieth century, the tensions between words and images provided a basis for experimentation in art.
This exhibit explores the relationship between art and language in multiple and unexpected ways. Consider the use of language and text in art and question how language shapes our encounter with art and the gallery.
Tale of an internship experience at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery.
Our national printmaking competition is on show November 4 – December 30 at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery.
The juror award winners have been announced for Printed Image 6. See what the juror had to say about the work he selected this year.
On October 16, 1916, a group of Topeka artists, patrons and enthusiasts met to organize a new art group. Its purpose was “to bring more and better art in Topeka,” to promote education about the arts, to teach art classes, and to enrich the lives of Topekans. Come see their art on October 10!
Renowned art scholar to present at the library September 16 and 17.
Basket-making is a great hobby. Try it out!