“It’s a rebalancing, so those artists that have been historically suppressed have a voice,” Susan Earle, curator of the exhibition, said.
Arts & Culture
The Spencer Museum of Art officially reopened its doors Feb. 20 and is hosting in-person and virtual events. Meanwhile, the KU Natural History Museum struggles to reopen.
After months of preparation, Crimson and Blues will compete this Saturday at its first a cappella competition of the year.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of African and African American studies at KU, the Spencer Museum of Art is displaying a virtual art exhibit, as well as hosting other events.
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The Spencer Museum of Art has reopened with two new exhibitions that focus on health and the human body. One of the exhibitions, “Healing, Knowing, Seeing the Body” also has a virtual experience.
The Nest is currently offering in-person as well as virtual tours and has competitive pricing for the 2021-22 school year. With furnished bedrooms, free parking, clubhouse and pool, The Nest is a great place to live as a student in Lawrence!
Latchkey Deli is a new restaurant located on 1035 Massachusetts Street and is set to open within the next few months. The restaurant will serve up deli classics as well as some items that are unique to Latchkey.
CHALK contributor Caroline McCone writes about the Lawrence skateboarding community and how their bond remains strong amid the coronavirus pandemic.