Linda Reimond is director of the preschool program at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Lawrence artist Dave Loewenstein is pictured on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 in his studio. Loewenstein explained that his secret to surviving off of his art has been diversifying the kinds and amounts of projects he takes on.
Guitar maker Leo Posch is pictured in his shop with one of his guitars Wednesday, March 9, 2011. Posch, who plays banjo in the local band Midday Ramblers, said that he couldn't imagine being an instrument maker without also being a musician.
Jane Pennington works out of her basement designing and making costumes for local theater productions.
The Lied Center technical crew poses for a portrait before the final showing of Rock Chalk Revue. The crew ensures the show goes on — no matter what. The technical crew handles lighting, audio, set-changing and a multitude of other tasks that make shows go smoothly.
Lucas Nappo, a Haskell Indian Nations University student from Fort Hall, Idaho, helped paint some new pieces of art on the campus in 2010. The metal-fabricated Appaloosa horses were decorated by a number of student artists and add to the growing collection of campus art. Nappo is of the Shoshone Bannock tribe.
Alex Baldwin, 11, playing the part of the Wolf, left, beckons Little Red Riding Hood, Iris Hyde, 9, during rehearsals of the play in March. Third- through fifth-graders were rehearsing "Fractured Fairy Tales" in the performance-based class at the Lawrence Arts Center. The class is 16 weeks long and gives students a chance to audition, be cast, and gather sets, costumes and props for a performance.
Amy Albright shows a picture of her daughter, Bess Davison, 10, taken during a rehearsal of "The Music Man," a play in which Bess is playing a member of a marching band. Albright is active with the Lawrence Arts Center; she takes photographs and helps with electronic marketing as a way to give back after her three daughters have participated in many programs through the center.