The vision of the Eastside People’s Intercultural Center (EPICENTER) is to explore the development of a new intercultural arts space and hands-on archive that highlights, is led by and serves underrepresented communities in Douglas County. In the next year, we will be coordinating an exhibition of contemporary social movements, a People’s Art speakers series, a radical history walking tour, and traveling to consult with leaders of inspiring cultural organizations.

 
 

Programs & Events

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All events are free and open to the public

 
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Opening: Saturday, August 24th, 7-9pm


Untold Stories: Douglas County Social Movements from 1968-2018,
will include material never exhibited before from the collections of the Kansas Key Press, C.J. Brune Radical Library, Food Not Bombs, and Wakarusa Wetlands, among others. Funded by the Douglas County, Heritage Conservation Council (HCC), Natural & Cultural Heritage Grant Program.

Opening: Saturday, August 24th, 7-9pm
Location: Murphy-Bromelsick House at the corner of 10th & Delaware in Hobbs Park, Lawrence KS 66044

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People’s History of East Lawrence Tour

People’s History of East Lawrence Walking Tour, has approximately ten stops in East Lawrence, each with particular social, cultural or historical importance. The tour is funded by Freedom’s Frontier.

Date: Self-guided

Maps of the tour will be available at the Murphy-Bromelsick House

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Get a free map and learn more about the tour:
Saturday, August 24th, 7-9pm
Location: Murphy-Bromelsick House at the corner of 10th & Delaware in Hobbs Park, Lawrence KS 66044

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Homemade, a neighborhood cookbook and food tasting festival