Local artist helps represent Black Lives on Young Masters’ Wall at KSAT.
Hub New Music performs new Carlos Simon composition at Williams Center for the Arts.
Get to know the H. MacKnight Black Poetry Contest winners and the inspirations behind their work.
Remote theater magic, concerts across borders, groundbreaking artists of all stripes—see how art and ideas take shape with online offerings. Some of our Fall 2020 performances are still available on demand, and Spring 2021 events will be added throughout the semester.
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In a typical year, Lafayette brings more than 100 open-to-the-public arts events to Easton. Of course, 2020 is no typical year, but there's plenty to explore online. Get to know us without having to hike up the hill.