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Lawrence Arts Center The Lawrence Arts Center serves the community and region by providing an extensive calendar of exhibitions, performances and classes. Housed in spacious, new quarters, the Arts Center is the hub of arts activities in Lawrence.

The new Arts Center has two galleries that feature exhibitions by area and nationally known artists. The 300-seat theatre and two dance studios are some of the center's most active areas and are home to the professional Prairie Wind Dancers and the Seem-To-Be Players Children's Theatre Company. Classes and workshops, available to the public, are offered in fully equipped studios for drawing, painting, ceramics, jewelry, photography and printmaking.


Hours: Open Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; and closed Sundays.
Address: 940 New Hampshire
Phone: 785-843-2787
Fax: 785-843-6629
Our Email: lartctr@sunflower.com
Our Website:www.lawrenceartscenter.com

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