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July - September 2024


Mulvane Art Lab at NOTO's First Friday

July 5, 5-7pm, NOTO Arts District

Look for the mobile Art Lab at NOTO's First Friday to participate in a fun artmaking activity!


En plein air Painting Workshop with Ye Wang

July 13, 9-11am, Art Building, Washburn University

Registration $25

Join us for a plein air (outdoor) painting workshop led by Washburn art professor, Ye Wang. All supplies will be provided. Beginners welcome! 

Registration is required and will close at 5pm on July 12th.


Printmaking Workshop with Michael Hager 

July 27, 1-4pm, Art Lab

Registration $25

Learn how to create a one-of-a-kind linocut print! Guided by Washburn art professor Michael Hager, participants will carve their own linoleum blocks and then print using a table-top press. All supplies will be provided. Beginners welcome! 

Registration is required.



September 7, 12-4 pm, Mulvane Art Museum

Join the Mulvane Art Museum in a celebration of art that spans 100 years of serving the community as Topeka’s and Washburn University’s art museum. All galleries and the Art Lab will be open. There will be live music and entertainment, an outdoor tent filled with artmaking activities, scavenger hunts, live animals, food trucks, birthday cake, and so much more. This event is free and open to the public.

A few highlights:

  • Explore the Mulvane galleries as you follow a scavenger hunt to earn a special prize.
  • The Last Carnival: Be amazed by fire performers!
  • 100 Years of Animals: With the help of the Topeka Zoo, we will transform the Art Lab into an encounter with animals! The program includes a presentation, educational games, interaction with live animals, and discussions.
  • Workshop with Juniper Tangpuz: Get creative with us at this artmaking activity for families. Artist Juniper Tangpuz will lead participants in constructing their own animal-inspired sculptures.
  • Performance by Dennis Rogers: Experience the mesmerizing process of Navajo sand painting. Artist Dennis Rogers will performs this ritualistic craft handed down to him from his father and grandfather. 
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