On Topeka’s First Friday Art Walk on November 5, you will be able to see the newest show at the NOTO Arts Center, Topeka Parks & Green Spaces posters with unveiling of new, NOTO-themed poster. The exhibition remains on display through November 27.
Then on November 18th at 6pm there is a Life Drawing Session at Noto Arts Center. There will be a live model for artists to work from. You can bring your own materials or they will have some you can use. Wine and cheese will be provided at this 21+ event. You can purchase your ticket at https://explorenoto.org/event/life-drawing-session-3/
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A Celebration of Winter is a six-week vendor & craft market presented by Donaldson’s Jewelers on Saturdays: Nov. 20, 27, and Dec. 4, 11 and 18. There will be a wide variety of arts, crafts, antiques & gifts, as well as special Santa visits every Saturday. Performances by local schools will also be featured.
The NOTO Arts District has become an attraction to art lovers and history buffs alike with beautiful scenes of art and history. The restaurants, locally owned shops, art galleries and studios have become a favorite art walk destination.
First Friday Art Walk hours are 10 am to 9 pm. Visit the NOTO Arts Center to pick up a map of participating businesses and view the newest exhibit at the Morris Gallery.
Entertainment can also be found on First Fridays, at various venues during the art walk up and down N. Kansas Avenue, as well as streetside vendors. The restaurants, locally owned shops, art galleries, antiques and studios have become a favorite art walk destination.
–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice
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