ATG runs on Cash and Action
MOVERS make this parade happen. We are grateful and in awe of the enthusiasm and loyalty from these great peeps.
This man brought the Art Tougeau parade to Lawrence in 1998! We owe a lot of smiles to this guy.
Alas, Charles passed the torch to Pat who has carried the parade into the now with grace and enthusiasm.
The Creative Arts Industries Commission provided $5000.00 for out of town art cars to participate in the parade. Thank you!
Zany GRFX put the punk and zip on tshirts, postcards, and other Art Tougeau printables thanks to Amy Albright's Stony Point Graphics studio.
The Lawrence Arts Center kicks off the parade by hosting the pre-parade party. Check out LAC for a class or an event! See you at the party.
Eric, (Fransworth Bike Laboratory), donates a bike each year to the ATG bike raffle. This helps a ton. Thumbs up for Eric!
Deena rallies her LHS art students to make the coveted ATG trophies. She and her students illuminate the mantles of Makers and keep them coming year after year.
To put it simply, pert near every photo on this website was taken by Ann. She tells the ATG story every year. Thank you! Hire Ann when you need a real photographer.
LAC's steamroller print class has a heavy wheel to roll, resulting in gorgeous prints that ramp up our creative juices! Keep it comin'.
The Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission provides matching funds for ATG escapades. Thank you!
Uncle Steve is the teddy bear box knife genius that sees to it that there are cardboard cutout cars for kids to paint and strap on the day of the parade.
The ATG parade thrives on the prowess and keen observations of our volunteer judges. Thank you for stepping up.
Cheryl Hanback, CHC Web Strategies, gives this website a home on the web free of charge - she deserves a trophy! Thank you.