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    UNT sophomore explores nature through bug taxidermy and bone art

UNT sophomore explores nature through bug taxidermy and bone art

To some, a bug carcass is something that is immediately thrown away, but to fashion design sophomore Jerehmai Washington, it is the subject of his next project. Washington does bug taxidermy and bone art, something that he has been interested in his entire life.  “I’ve tried on and off for

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    Local artist uses abstract art to convey political messages

Local artist uses abstract art to convey political messages

After attending classes at Texas Woman’s University, working a retail job and guiding her daughter through online school, fine arts student Lauren Muñoz can be found in her studio with a 30 by 40 inch canvas and acrylic paints.  Muñoz has been drawn to art since her childhood but after

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    The Storm Witch shares ‘witchy’ themes through candles and tarot readings

The Storm Witch shares ‘witchy’ themes through candles and tarot readings

Melting wax and dropping in dyes, scents, fresh herbs and crystals, non-degree seeking graduate student Anna Eckert is the owner of The Storm Witch, a business that focuses on selling candles and tarot readings to help those around her. “The Storm Witch is basically my business that I use to

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    UNT alumna uses artwork to convey messages about the world

UNT alumna uses artwork to convey messages about the world

Exploring different worldviews through the tip of her pen, a Dallas resident uses artwork as a means of making sense out of societal themes. UNT alumna and artist Kari Presswood-Perlman creates pen and ink illustrations to tell stories about how her life experiences have shaped her and how she sees

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    Feeding neighbors through the power of social media

Feeding neighbors through the power of social media

“Denton Feed Our Neighbors Project” is a Facebook group dedicated to helping Denton citizens who are in need, mainly through sharing goods, services and outside resources. Denton resident Betsi Good started the group in early July of this year, as she was inspired by COVID-19 and a similar group called

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    Bloom Yoga integrates inclusivity, progressivism into yoga to build community

Bloom Yoga integrates inclusivity, progressivism into yoga to build community

Sliding doors separate the 95 degree heated rooms from the turquoise lobby at Bloom Yoga’s studio. The mural plastered on the wall of the lobby was created by a co-op member, and this sense of collaboration between employees is present across the business. Bloom Yoga was established in the space

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    Denton resident is ‘Makin’ Bakery’ through COVID-19

Denton resident is ‘Makin’ Bakery’ through COVID-19

Makin’ Bakery is a home bakery run by Denton resident Jennifer Carlile, providing pieces of art in the form of cookies to the community during COVID-19. Jennifer opened the bakery in November 2019 with an Instagram page, allowing her to showcase her skills and the designs she has created through

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    Cute A.F. Jewelry advocates for all communities through earring sales

Cute A.F. Jewelry advocates for all communities through earring sales

On a typical evening, elementary education sophomore Alexandria Finkley can be found molding and baking polymer clay into pieces of jewelry. Finkley is the owner of Cute A.F. Jewelry, a business she started to have a platform for creative expression and to advocate for diversity. Finkley got into making polymer

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    Breaking the Cycle: Paul Juarez’s journey of fatherhood

Breaking the Cycle: Paul Juarez’s journey of fatherhood

“Nothing replaces having a dad in your life,” says Paul Juarez. He knows because he fought hard to break the cycle of neglect and trauma with his own family. Juarez now volunteers as an instructor for a court-ordered parenting class called “Focus on Fathers” with the Christian ministry, New Day Services.

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    Denton High School artist creates and sells handmade wall hangings

Denton High School artist creates and sells handmade wall hangings

A Denton High School senior comes home from a full day of school, club meetings and drill team practice to start handcrafting orders. Woven Wonders Studio is a business owned by Denton resident Galela Zepeda that sells wall hangings made by hand. “I started it when I was in middle

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