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A new outdoor market opens in Topeka this Sunday, July 19 in front of Mainline Printing, on the north side of the almost abandoned White Lakes Mall. The market will be open from 10a – 5p and feature homemade goods, fresh produce, antiques, a swap meet, second-hand items and a flea market. Anje Kearney, past[…]
The haze of energy and cloud of smoke hasn’t settled for Grateful Dead lovers who either traveled to or streamed online the five-part 50th Anniversary / Fare Thee Well tour which concluded on July 5th. For those still high on the musical journey they experienced last week, they can get yet another fix this Thursday[…]
SPIRIT OF KANSAS BLUES FESTIVAL 11:30a – 10p, Saturday, July 4 behind Reynolds Lodge, 3315 S.E. Tinman Circle, on the east shore of Lake Shawnee. ■ 11:30 a.m.: Pat Nichols ■ 12:30 p.m.: BlueCat ■ 1:30 p.m.: The 800s ■ 2:30 p.m.: Brandon Santini ■ 4 p.m.: Crystal Shawanda ■ 5:45 p.m.: Stacy Mitchhart ■[…]
On Juy 2, 105, thirty Quincy school students will have their last day of Arts Camp at the NOTO Arts Center. As a part of the NOTO Arts Camp, Quincy students have been working on a project which was started by the internationally acclaimed artist, Isaiah Zager. Zagar was in Topeka in June to conduct[…]
Renowned Mosaic Mural Artist, Isaiah Zagar, Philadelphia Magic Gardens, will participate in an artist residency in Topeka June 4 – 15, 2015 and lead workshops to better enhance Topeka urban art and the 80′ long mural project in NOTO.
The 23rd annual Mulvane Art Fair is June 6 – 7 at Washburn University and features 14 Topeka-area artists, food vendors and a beer garden near the music stage.
Kimberly Daugherty founded Green Gals in 2012 as a way to fulfill a desire in her life to grow and learn. After working in corrections for over 10 years, Kimberly decided to focus on her family and step away from the prison system. Her time “out of prison” so to say was short lived. After[…]
It is midday; the sun beats hot against my face as I approach my foe. This unassuming adversary stands alone, waiting, it seems, to be taken by surprise and fall before the might of this ninja. Hand upon my weapon, I enter… Friendliness I enter and am immediately greeted with an enthusiasm that is only[…]
GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE installation sculpture artists / brothers co-create and expand their own imagination and perception Although most artists work in solitude, installation sculpture artists and brothers Byron Goodspeed (Topeka) and Joshua Markley (Manhattan) have discovered that two minds are better than one. “We discovered a few years ago that we were both born[…]