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    Instant Denton captures moments through instant film photography

Instant Denton captures moments through instant film photography

With a Polaroid camera in hand, John Eric Munoz, photographer and UNT CoLab employee, photographs anything that catches his eye as he travels throughout Denton. Working in the CoLab, Munoz admires the mediums of painting, drawing and other crafts, but his focus is mainly on photography — instant photography to

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    Student starts online soap business while juggling studies

Student starts online soap business while juggling studies

Passion and motivation are two traits valued by Kathryn Davis, criminal justice and psychology double-major and the owner of Nature Works by Kat, her Etsy shop. Using these qualities, she started her online store in June 2020 to bring handmade sugar scrubs and bath bombs to shoppers across the country.

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    Alumni debut arts and music festival Denton Makers Fest

Alumni debut arts and music festival Denton Makers Fest

Parked cars line East Sycamore Street around Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios on April 30 as arts and music enthusiasts attend Denton Makers Fest’s first event.  The festival took place from noon to 6 p.m., featuring more than 30 vendors. Artists displayed and sold work ranging from hand-made pottery and jewelry

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    Alumna transforms imaginary worlds into physical art forms

Alumna transforms imaginary worlds into physical art forms

As a child, alumna Kenna Reid felt something was wrong with her. She did not fit in with others and often internalized her own insecurities. To evade these anxieties, she began to bring herself into her own imaginative worlds. Since then, these fictional lands have been frequent forms of escape

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    Local band ‘Darling Farm’ starts to bloom

Local band ‘Darling Farm’ starts to bloom

While the music of Denton-based band Darling Farm is about everyday life, the group’s journey has not followed the standard trajectory of the local scene. Less than a year old, Darling Farm released an extended play in March that currently has thousands of streams on Spotify. The band is now

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    Made in Denton serves as Arts & Jazz Fest fundraiser, connects community through love for music

Made in Denton serves as Arts & Jazz Fest fundraiser, connects community through love for music

Red lights illuminate the stage as the upbeat guitar riffs of Canadian guitarist Redd Volkaert fill the space. Members from across the Denton community gathered around Dan’s Silverleaf take in the Friday night atmosphere and entertainment. The Made in Denton Music Event, a three-day fundraiser for this October’s Denton Arts

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    Trans Pride Fest celebrates transgender community through music and dancing

Trans Pride Fest celebrates transgender community through music and dancing

As music blares over the speakers, a large group of people donned in colorful eye makeup, bright jewelry, LGBTQ+ flags and patches surround a stage in front of the University Union. On the lawn around them, booths were inhabited by organizations from both on and off-campus, local artists, outreach groups

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    Made in Denton Music Event fundraiser debuts this weekend

Made in Denton Music Event fundraiser debuts this weekend

Similar to the Denton Jazz and Arts Festival, the Made in Denton Music Event, a new benefit concert, is being held from April 29 through May 1. Single-day tickets are $20 and passes for all three days are $50. Made in Denton will serve as a fundraiser for the Denton

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    Former university printmaking professor creates letterpress business

Former university printmaking professor creates letterpress business

Within the walls of 4 Acre Press in Argyle, former university professor Syd Webb, 33,  sits at her desk surrounded by a collection of machinery, artwork and letterpress type which signify more than a decade of hard work and cultivation. A printing press, purchased during her final year of undergrad, rests

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    27th annual Redbud Festival aims to plant seeds of environmental awareness

27th annual Redbud Festival aims to plant seeds of environmental awareness

A crowd gathers around the yard of the Denton Civic Center as models strut across the stage dressed in their elaborate creations. The audience cheers as each designer flaunt their new look: a plastic bottle train, a scrap fabric sleeve and a hula hoop-hoop skirt. These sustainable designs made their

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