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building community

Sarah Jones


La House expands programming to serve the Arlington and Bruce middle schools as well as after-school programs like Manos Felices. This is also the year that we open our new studio at 50 Island St., forming part of the artist community there. This studio became our home-base in between projects and our public hours supported community events like Canal Open Studios.

In the summer of 2016, we host our first Artist Residency, bringing the Colombian street-art collective Piranhas Crew to the city of Lawrence to beautify, activate, and feminize the local Misserville Skatepark as part of their international arts-activism platform, GIRLS TO THE FRONT.

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