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Lawrence ArtWalk 2013

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In what has become one of Lawrence's favorite annual arts events, many Lawrence-area artists will once again open their private home studios to the public to showcase their artwork. The Lawrence ArtWalk, which is Lawrence's original art walk and now in its 19th year, is expected to feature over 50 Douglas County artists who will be exhibiting their work individually or as part of artists' groups; and is a fabulous opportunity to meet some of the area's finest artists in their creative work environments, see demonstrations of their arts and crafts, and purchase locally produced art. Artists will be displaying work in a wide variety of mediums including ceramics, drawing, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography and sculpture. From funky to exquisite, the ArtWalk will have it all! Lawrence ArtWalk 2013 is officially scheduled for Saturday, October 26, 10am-6pm and Sunday, October 27, noon-6pm. However, several artists will be exhibiting their work for extended hours - or holding receptions - in the evenings or on Friday, October 25 (which is when Downtown Lawrence will be buzzing with its monthly Final Fridays arts event). Guide maps for the ArtWalk, which is free and self-guided, will be available in October at selected locations in Lawrence including the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire. Visit the Lawrence ArtWalk on the web at www.lawrenceartwalk.org for more information and in October to view samples of every artist's artwork, which will be available for sale. Calendar info Lawrence ArtWalk 2013 Lawrence, Kansas. 19th annual Lawrence artists' open studios featuring the visual artists of Douglas County, Kansas. Saturday, October 26, 10am-6pm & Sunday, October 27, noon-6pm. Extended hours and artists' receptions: to be announced. Website: www.lawrenceartwalk.org Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Email: info@lawrenceartwalk.org Tel: 785.865.4254 (John Wysocki, Director; messages only)

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