Thursday, May 15, 2014

Is it summer, yet?

"Legz for Dayz" by KU Visual Art senior Solace Naeymi. 
Part of the Visual Art Senior Show on view Friday

With this chilly weather, it may not seem like summer, yet. However, we've had some interesting art event opportunities come across our desk that we would like to share.  We're getting mad organized and placing these dates on our main newsroom calendar. 

Mark your Calendars:
Visual Art Senior Show Reception is Friday May 16 at 7:30 at Art and Design. The gallery will have longer hours then usual for this graduation weekend.

M(i)(A)cro: A contemporary Drawing Exhibit.  This event also starts on Friday, May16, and will feature five artists from around the country. Also, mark down  John Paul McCaughey's exhibit starting May 23rd at the Arts Center.  He is the printmaking artist in resident at The Arts Center.

Steamroller Event: A giant bock print event will happen at the Lawrence Arts Center May 30.  These blocks are so big, they will need a steamroller to print them.

Art Tougeau  The art car parade enthusiasts are getting their cars ready for this annual event which seems to get better every year.  The parade will be on May 31.

 Kaw Valley Kickball. Sixteen days until kickball, and summer officially begins in Lawrence when Kaw Valley Kickball starts.  Team captains have already met, and regular season begins on June 1.  Hobbs stadium is waiting for us.

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