Stand Up for Science A Benefit for the KU Natural History Museum Friday, April 13 6:30 pm Tickets available now at biodiversity.ku.edu
At the KU Natural History Museum, we know the transformative power of science: our science research, education and outreach experiences inspire creativity and discovery among adults, families and schoolchildren from Kansas and beyond. Science is key to addressing our complex challenges for advancing human well-being, including sustaining the planet, achieving breakthrough discoveries in energy, medicine and food production, and championing what is fact over what is fake.
On Friday, April 13 we invite you to Stand Up for Science, a benefit for the KU Natural History Museum. At this event, we will transform Abe and Jake's Landing in downtown Lawrence into a virtual natural history museum with food and drink, entertainment, games and activities for adults, and auctions. Order tickets online through our ticket portal. Tickets are $50 per person or $500 for a reserved VIP table for 8 people. You may also call 785-864-4450 to purchase by phone or you may purchase tickets at the museum lobby during business hours.
785-864-4450 , tickets available now at biodiversity.ku.edu
The Creations of Hope gallery is proud to present this exhibit and special presentation by art therapy pioneer Charles Anderson, ATR, whose legacy and impact can be hard to quantify in words. Reflecting upon themes of struggle and survival, moments of dismissal, and windows of opportunity, Mr. Anderson guides us through his life. He illustrates moments recalling his identity as an artist, an art therapist, and African American man and, in turn, lends insight into the ways he navigated the perceptions and expectations that society often placed upon him. The exhibit opens on Friday April t6hth and runs through May. Special presentation by Charles Anderson is on Saturday, May 19th, 2:00-4:00 pm. The mission of the Creations of Hope Gallery is to raise awareness of the mental health and the healing power of the arts. The gallery is located in the NOTO Arts District and is open Fridays 12-5, Saturdays 11-3, and is open late the Frist Friday of each month.
The U.S. Air Force Academy Band Presents "A Celebration of Excellence"
Event Dates and Times
- Starts: 7:00 PM
- Ends: 8:30 PM
Topeka Performing Arts Center, Topeka, KS
The U.S. Air Force Academy Band to Perform at Topeka Performing Arts Center in Topeka, KS
The United States Air Force Academy Band from Colorado Springs presents “A Celebration of Excellence” at Topeka Performing Arts Center in Topeka, KS on Friday, 13 April 2018 at 7:00 PM. This family-friendly event will feature the Concert Band in a program that highlights musical diversity and represents the excellence of our men and women in uniform. The concert is free and open to the public. General admission ticket distribution will begin on March 14 at the TPAC Box Office or online at Ticketmaster.
Under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Daniel L. Price, the United States Air Force Academy Band proudly represents the Air Force Academy and its mission to educate, train, and inspire men and women to become officers of character, motivated to lead the United States Air Force in service to our nation.
One of nine performing ensembles within the Academy Band, the Concert Band is comprised of 40 professional active-duty airman musicians. From patriotic favorites and traditional marches to spectacular concert works and Broadway classics, this versatile ensemble presents a unique variety of musical styles that is sure to entertain audiences of all ages. The Concert Band supports the Academy Band’s mission to advance the United States Air Force Academy and the Global Air Force missions by providing professional music products and services for official military, recruiting, and community relations events worldwide.
For over 60 years, the Academy Band has used the power of music to honor our nation’s heroes, inspire Air Force personnel and the nation they serve, produce innovative musical programs and products, and communicate Air Force excellence to millions around the world.
All United States Air Force Academy Band performances are presented on behalf of Lieutenant General Jay B. Silveria, Superintendent, United States Air Force Academy.
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