Art & Science Family Day with the Spencer Museum of Art, where there will be activities focused on perspective.
Greg Rudnick associate professor of physics and astronomy will discuss how do astronomers study galaxies billions of light years away and billions of years in the past. He will talk about what a galaxy is, how scientists observe them, and how to study their evolution, even though the scale of time is far beyond a human lifetime.
Clinical Recruitment are seeking talented, committed Medical Assistants, LPNs, RNs, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Come and tour the Medical Office Building, meet one-on-one with clinic managers, and learn about the different opportunities at The University of Kansas Physicians.
Please contact Human Resources at 913-945-8857 to RSVP.
The Climate + Energy Project is hosting a screening of the sixth segment, “Against the Wind”, during the Showtime debut, Monday, May 19th at 7:00 pm at Liberty Hall Theater in Lawrence. This segment features Kansas rancher, Pete Ferrell. Ferrell’s ranch in south-central Kansas is also home to one of the state’s first wind farms, the Elk River Wind Farm. The screening is presented at no charge.
The public screening of the documentary will be followed by a panel discussion. Panelists will include: Pete Ferrell, Elk River Wind Farm; Kimberly Gencur Svaty, the Wind Coalition; and Dr. Johannes Feddema, KU Geography and contributor to International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Reports. Cynthia Haines, KCUR Film Critic, will serve as moderator.
Join us for this year’s 53rd Annual Art in the Park Exhibition! Art in the Park, the annual juried outdoor exhibition of fine art and fine craft, is Lawrence’s premiere Arts event and is sponsored by the Lawrence Art Guild. Featuring the highest quality work by many area artists and craftspeople, as well as continuous musical entertainment, food vendors, and family fun. Art in the Park serves as the Lawrence Art Guild’s primary fund-raising event. More than 10,000 people typically attend Art in the Park.
Daytime panels feature local and regional experts giving tips about contracts, royalties, publishing, copyright, radio, bookings, promotion and more.
Tickets: $10 for all-day pass / $6 for the band showcase only
In partnership with Midwest Music Foundation, Kansas City Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for the Arts and InterUrban ArtHouse
Workshops & Panel Discussions; panels start at noon at the Bottleneck:
12 noon – Copyright, Contracts, Royalties & Publishing
Presentation by Don Simon of Simon Business Consulting, Inc.
1pm – Panel discussion: Radio in the Land of Digital
Featuring: Laura Lorson (KPR), Mark Manning (KKFI), Paul Chandler (formerly Alice 102), Mike Hannah (92.9 The Bull FM), and KJHK Station Manager Lucas Homer (KJHK 90.7 FM)
3pm – A Moving Target: Music Promotion & Growing Your Audience
4pm – Demo Dip: submit your demo to be listener to and review by music industry experts!
Live @ KJHK sessions with showcasing bands:
Carswell & Hope
Attend this Peace Corps Information Session to see a brief video highlighting the work of volunteers worldwide, hear from our campus recruiter, and learn about the benefits of Peace Corps service including paid living expenses, full health/dental coverage, graduate school programs with credit/financial assistance, a $7,425 allowance upon completion, and the valuable international development/cross-cultural skills gained as a Peace Corps volunteer.
As a part of our Thursday evening programming, we’re offering a creative night at the museum: bring your sketch pad, pull up a chair, and sketch anything from mammal skulls to bird wings to fossils.
Questions? Call 785.864.4450 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org