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Arts & Culture
University of Kansas alumnus Brent Learned displayed his exhibit, "Indigenous Zenith," at the Phoenix Gallery on Oct. 29.
Students are embracing a newfound interest for reading through #BookTok, a community on the app TikTok where young people share their favorite reads with others. Local bookstores and libraries are actively keeping up with the influx of new customers, one local bookstore owner said.
KU junior Natalie Williams started a mask making business during quarantine with the seamstress skills she acquired through her childhood. Williams is a marketing major who utilizes her class lessons to produce her business, Masks by Nat.
Theater at KU is back in-person with a new season of shows. From Shakespeare to the Go-Go's, KU theater this fall has something for everyone.
A new haunted house in Lawrence draws on local lore of Stull, Kansas, less than 15 miles from KU campus, which is said to be a gateway to Hell.
Live music and performances returned as downtown Lawrence hosted the annual Lawrence Busker Festival.
KU students give their perspective on fast fashion and provide insight on how they combat the urge and simplicity of online fast fashion.
KU senior and visual arts student, Mackenzie Greckel, is displaying her clothing line, "Summer Camp," in the Kansas Union Gallery until Sept. 17. Greckel's exhibit, which was funded by an undergraduate research award, showcases 12 original looks.