Thursday, September 3rd 6-8pm
Solve the Mammal Skull Mystery by investigating a variety of once living mammal skulls such as armadillos, beavers, horses, deer, badgers, and many more with University of Kentucky Biology professor, Dr. James Krupa! Enjoy examining and touching real animal bones during this evening of comparative anatomy fun! Learn how animals have adapted to their ever changing habitats and what we can tell about their diets, predators, and prey by looking carefully beneath the surface!Read more
Saturday, August 29th
3-7 PM in the Park
Hosted by: MLK, North Limestone, William Wells Brown, & Castlewood Neighborhood Associations, along with other Community Partners.
Entertainment by: One Sound Band and other local artists
Community Art Projects
Rain or Shine
June 18, 2015
Thank you so much for your patience as things move along even more quickly here on the construction at the Living Arts & Science Center. We were very pleased to give a tour of the new construction during the last Martin Luther King Neighborhood Association meeting on June 9. It is so much easier to understand what is going on when you are able to come inside the area. We will look forward to offering another tour this summer so that more neighbors can get a close-up look at the construction.
As you can see, the building is really taking shape with walls and windows going up. We expect to see the main staircase of the building poured in the next few days.Read more
Be a Water Wise Guy or Gal!
Follow these simple water conservation tips and make a big difference for our planet!
- Collect rainwater and cold shower water to use for watering plants.
- Plant drought-resistant trees and plants.
- Remove dying plants and weeds that compete for available water.
- Don’t run the hose while washing your car.
- Limit showers to 5 minutes and install a low-flow shower head.
- Turn off the water after you wet your toothbrush.
- Check faucets, pipes, and toilets for leaks.
- Use your dishwasher only for full loads.
Click HERE for a printer friendly handout to have at home.Read more
LASC is a not-for-profit (501(c)3) organization funded in part by:
LASC programs are made possible through the generous support of LexArts. Their annual campaigns raise over a million dollars in support of the visual, literary and performing arts in Lexington, and supports the LASC with an allocation of $102,000 for general operating support. We thank the many individuals whose passion for the arts compelled them to give generously to LexArts. Special thanks to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for their continued partnership in ensuring a flourishing future for the arts in Lexington and central Kentucky.Lex Arts Website
The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports the Living Arts & Science Center with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. Special thanks to the Kentucky Arts Council for their continued partnership in ensuring a flourishing future for the arts in Lexington and Kentucky.Kentucky Arts Council Website
LFUCG, Eco Arts, Community Block Grant, & Department of Environmental Quality.LFUCG Website
PNC’s support provides educational programs in the arts and sciences through our 2015-2016 classes and workshops.PNC Website
Thanks to the Bluegrass Community Foundation for their continuing support of the LASC’s early childhood education programs for Fayette County Elementary Schools.Bluegrass Community Foundation Website
The Living Arts & Science Center is grateful for everything the Klausing Group has done by maintaining the grounds here at the center through their 5% for the community program.The Klausing Group Website