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What most people don’t know about 3D animation

    What most people don’t know about 3D animation

Many people across the world enjoy 3D animations by Pixar and Disney for their humor and the endless things that can be done with the power of computer animation. What

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Gatekeeping in the poetry community: The legitimacy of ‘Instapoetry’

    Gatekeeping in the poetry community: The legitimacy of ‘Instapoetry’

Who determines the legitimacy of poetry? Is there a literary Supreme Court? Are there bigwigs gathered in a circle with a perpetual lineup of hopeful poets seeking an audience? Or

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Why majoring in art is not a path to failure

    Why majoring in art is not a path to failure

College is one of the things that almost every parent hopes for their child, expecting they will make a good future for themselves. For most parents, that hope for their

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UNT Art Exhibition to be named after Paul Voertman

    UNT Art Exhibition to be named after Paul Voertman

The UNT Board of Regents voted unanimously to name the student art exhibition in the College of Visual Art and Design’s art building after Paul Voertman during meetings on Aug.

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UNT fibers students speak out on the closing of fibers program

    UNT fibers students speak out on the closing of fibers program

The College of Visual Arts and Design, CVAD, is discontinuing the fibers major at the end of the 2018-2019 school

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‘Dusk to Dawn’ art exhibit: Willis Library plays host to staff talent

    ‘Dusk to Dawn’ art exhibit: Willis Library plays host to staff talent

On the fourth floor of Willis Library opposite the elevator banks and past rows of books lies a moderately sized

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TWU professor plays with light, form in new ‘Structured Light’ exhibition

    TWU professor plays with light, form in new ‘Structured Light’ exhibition

Usually, a darkened room at a gallery means there is no artwork to see, but this is not the case

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Local musician, Studio E host inaugural Expression festival

    Local musician, Studio E host inaugural Expression festival

Studio E is a venue hiding in plain sight. Although it is located on the always-occupied downtown Denton Square, the

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Up-coming artist Zarina Kay finds her niche in nature

    Up-coming artist Zarina Kay finds her niche in nature

Each drop of color, each speck of paint creates its own story like the autumn leaves, drifting in and out

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Texas Fashion Collection educates community about clothing and history

    Texas Fashion Collection educates community about clothing and history

Thousands of clothes hang in colorful rows throughout the room. Drawers open to reveal jewelry from hundreds of eras. A

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