“It’s a rebalancing, so those artists that have been historically suppressed have a voice,” Susan Earle, curator of the exhibition, said.
Artists of Lawrence
Lawrence residents and businesses display signs of positivity with window chalk, yard signs and storefront displays amid the coronavirus pandemic.
KU sophomore Mackenzie Greckel expresses her passion for art through her own small business Instagram store, Cicada Camp Company.
Graphic designer and muralist Stephen Powers spoke at the University Wednesday. Powers told stories of the communities from which he draws inspiration for his murals.
Watson Library is hosting "Rightfully Yours: KU Campus and Community Scholars Consider U.S. Voting Rights," an exhibit put together by KU faculty members in response to the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
The "Past Presence" exhibit at the Spencer Museum of Art gathers art from around the world to tell stories about the past that can shape the future.
University of Kansas senior, Brooke Metz created "Dizzzybomb," a distorted reality of her childhood home in an interactive art exhibit. The exhibit is being shown as part of Lawrence Final Fridays, a series of events which showcase local artwork each month.
David Shneer, professor of history and the Louis P. Singer chair in Jewish history at the University of Colorado, discussed WWII photographs and his upcoming book, "Grief: The Biography of the Holocaust Photograph," during the University of Kansas' "Making the Holocaust Human" lecture Wednesday, Jan. 30.
The Natural History Museum is displaying photos taken by undergraduate research students during their Namibian expedition over winter break.
KU architecture students collaborated with several sponsors to design and construct the Emergence Pavilion and a renovated limestone entrance for John Taylor Park in North Lawrence.
Former KU professor Roger Shimomura discussed his reaction to hearing that he will receive one of two honorary degrees from the University of Kansas, which will be presented at commencement in May 2020.
Industrial design students at the University of Kansas have a taxing workload that puts a strain on some students' mental health. Their workload can be as high as 50 hours per week.