Archive for Sunday, April 1, 1990


April 1, 1990


Studio tour to bring public to artists

The Lawrence Arts Center is offering an adult workshop April 28 called the Lawrence Artists Studio Tour 1990. Participants will visit the studios of area artists, including Bob and Miriam Green, John Gary Brown, Mary Ann Jordan, Roger Shimomura, David and Wendy Vertacnik, Jon Havner, Ruth Bowman and others. Don Lambert will serve as tour guide. The tour will depart from the arts center at 9 a.m. and will end at 3 p.m. Transportation and lunch will be provided. For more information, call 843-2787.

Center seeks staff for theater program

The Lawrence Arts Center staff is seeking applicants for positions in its summer youth theater program for junior and senior high school students. Positions include music director, choreographer, teachers, technical staff and an assistant business manager. People who apply should have professional or educational backgrounds in theater. The deadline to apply is April 5; for more information, call 843-2787.

KU associate professor wins prize for design

Delbert Unruh, associate professor of theater and film, won the 1989 Best Scene Designer Award at the Best of Theater Awards presentation March 19 at the American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City, Mo. Unruh won the prize for his design of "How the Other Half Loves," which was presented at the American Heartland Theatre in April 1989. The award is given by the Squire weekly newspapers in Kansas City.

Artists recognized

Clinton Leon of Lawrence had a piece of jewelry accepted in the Aesthetics '90 exhibit April 4-29 at McPherson College in Kansas. The exhibit represents works in more than 30 states. Also, Susan Ashline of Lawrence won a cash award at the Salina Art Center's 11th Juried Art Exhibition. She was one of seven to win.

Floral exhibit to open

Pam Carvalho, a floral artist, will hold an exhibit called "Gatherings: Works of Weeds and Wildflowers" April 16- 27 at the Baldwin State Bank in Baldwin as part of the Baldwin Community Arts Council programs. In 1987 Carvalho won a merit award from the Smokey Hill River Festival in Salina.

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