The Society for the Arts in Healthcare is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation in Washington, DC. Founded in 1991, the Society for the Arts in Healthcare is dedicated to advancing arts as integral to healthcare.
Gallery located in the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library. Designed by world-famous architect Michael Graves, this landmark library features the Alice c. Sabatini Art Gallery.
Supporting the Arts offers event and exhibition schedules, ways to volunteer, and ideas for supporting local arts.
Gain an understanding and appreciation of the role this 1954 Supreme Court decision played in the civil Rights Movement. This interactive, experiential museum is located in the historic Monroe Elementary School.
Downtown Topeka, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization separate from the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce. Their mission is to promote economic and cultural growth in the Downtown Topeka Business District.
A community-wide initiative to develop and implement a shared strategic vision for what we want our community to be in 5, 10, 20 years. Our community is defined as Shawnee County which includes: Auburn, Rossville, Topeka, Silver Lake, Willard, and unincorporated Shawnee County.
With almost 3000 objects in its permanent collection, a schedule of changing exhibitions and numerous public programs, Mulvane Art Museum has something for everyone.
The development of an arts district in the Historic North Topeka Crossing area is dedicated to stimulating the cultural and economic life of the area through the development and promotion of artist studios, providing relocation incentives for artists from Kansas and throughout the Midwest.
Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce - Today. Tomorrow. Topeka.
The nation's oldest community dinner theatre, has been enhancing life in northeast Kansas with new hit comedies, cutting-edge dramas, and beloved Broadway musicals since 1936. Offers dinner and non-dinner shows.
This state-of-the-art multi-functional facility hosts touring Broadway sows, popular comedians, local dance performances, symphonies, and musical artists. In addition TPAC hosts Sheffel Theater clinic and Schooltime Theater Performances to enhance the cultural education of youth in northeast Kansas.
Filled with information to help plan your upcoming vacation or event in Topeka, Kansas.
A favorite location of SouthWind Gallery's regional plein aire artists, the Flint Hills Scenic Byway stretches 47.2 miles across the Flint Hills of Kansas on K-177 between Council Grove and Cassoday. It is a beautiful drive year-round showing off the panoramic vistas of the tallgrass prairie.
In Chase County, KS each spring there is a gathering, a coming together of art, nature and the kindred souls who appreciate them both. For one evening, the meadowlark’s song is joined by a Symphony in the Flint Hills.
Unifying representational impressionism artists throughout the Missouri River Valley region by connecting artists who are consistent in their pursuit of the rural, urban, and historic beauty of our unique geography, while embracing the various approaches unique to each artist in this representation of beauty and truth.
The Kansas Arts Commission provides opportunities for the people of Kansas to experience, celebrate and value the arts throughout their lives. Serving artists, nonprofit organizations, schools and government agencies through grants to support the arts in communities.
Visit award-winning exhibits on colorful characters and everyday folks from Kansas' past. The museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums and features a full-sized cheyenne tipi, a covered wagon, a 1950's diner and an 1880s locomotive.
Kansas has nine scenic byways, two of which are National Scenic Byways. In addition to being beautiful drives, the byways each have a fascinating history and an abundance of activities to enjoy.
Official State of Kansas Travel and Tourism Website. A dyanamic site to find new and exciting vacation adventures in Kansas.
Official site for the Kansas Lottery. Supporters of state wide arts initiatives including the Kansas Scenic Byways "Made in Kansas" lottery games in 2009. The Kansas Lottery commissioned nine paintings of the Kansas Scenic Byways to be created by artist Stan Herd. Four of the images appeared on the Painted Byways $2 Instant Scratch game tickets. The promotion also included "Second Chance" drawings on November 13, 2009 for the nine original paintings. The project's goal was to draw attention to the scenic areas of the state, while promoting a well-known Kansas artist.
Home page of Flyover People: Life on the ground in a rectangular state. This site explores life in Kansas small towns and rural areas. Content includes essays by Cheryl Unruh and regional photography.
SouthWind Art Gallery in Topeka Kansas specializes in contemporary paintings, photography and sculpture by artists with roots in Kansas and the Midwest.