Lawrence Arts Center Residencies

The Lawrence Arts Center, built in 2002 and located in downtown Lawrence, Kansas has 40,000 square feet of programming spaces. The Center’s mission is to enrich individuals and the community by nurturing a love of the arts through education, exploration and expression.

Ceramics Residency:

The Artist in Residency program is designed to provide a creative environment for emerging artists and to broaden the center’s students and faculty awareness of new approaches and techniques. The residency will begin August 1, 2011 and end on July 31, 2012.  The resident will be provided studio space, $300 per month stipend, free firings, and 24 hour access to the studios.

Printmaking Residency:

The Artist in Residency program is designed to provide a creative environment for emerging artists and to broaden the center’s students and faculty awareness of new approaches and techniques. The John Talleur Print Studio (JTPS) at the Lawrence Arts Center, is the only community print shop in Kansas. Its facilities support several printmaking techniques, including intaglio, monoprint, relief, silkscreen, and letterpress, and offer access to Sturgis, Vandercook, Hoe (Washington-style), and Gordon presses. The intaglio facilities include a state of the art acid hood. The residency will begin in August 1, 2011 and end July 31, 2012.  The resident will receive a $300 per month stipend for above mentioned duties and will have 24 hour access to studio, free use of all printmaking studio equipment, and use of other visual art facilities upon approval.

Lawrence Residency

Application due April 23rd

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