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UNT alumna explores past experiences through artwork

    UNT alumna explores past experiences through artwork

In order to interpret and explore past traumatic experiences, UNT alumna and artist Leah Flook curates illustrations and sculptures to process her thoughts and emotions.  “I really make my work

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UNT professor brings awareness to injustices in Egypt through her award-winning film ‘489 Days’

    UNT professor brings awareness to injustices in Egypt through her award-winning film ‘489 Days’

From March 25-29, Denton held its annual Thin Line Festival, an event for musicians, filmmakers and photographers from all over the globe. Due to the effects of the coronavirus, the

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Thin Line Festival goes virtual amid COVID-19

    Thin Line Festival goes virtual amid COVID-19

The 13th annual Thin Line Fest took place March 25 – 29, but this year it had a new spin. Due to COVID-19, the festival was moved entirely online, consisting of

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The Elgin Marbles should be returned to Greece

    The Elgin Marbles should be returned to Greece

During my study abroad trip to London last summer, a classmate and I wandered into the massive British Museum to act like tourists for a day. As we pushed our

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KB Illustration: From crafting in Denton to designing and freelancing in Dallas

    KB Illustration: From crafting in Denton to designing and freelancing in Dallas

KB Illustration creator Kristen Barnhart was first featured in the North Texas Daily almost two years ago, four months after

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KUZU 92.9 FM spices up the Denton music scene with volunteer radio and local artist endorsement

    KUZU 92.9 FM spices up the Denton music scene with volunteer radio and local artist endorsement

Tucked in a little nook on Elm Street is a small, colorful building that could easily blur into the busy

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Denton artist conveys themes and emotions through unconventional art

    Denton artist conveys themes and emotions through unconventional art

What some people may see as trash, Denton artist and resident Stacy Tompkins sees as objects for her artwork. Tompkins

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Artists going solo isn’t the end of the world

    Artists going solo isn’t the end of the world

To the surprise of many, Hayley Williams from Paramore announced her new solo project on Jan. 6, marking her first

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Is it possible to disconnect the art from the artist?

    Is it possible to disconnect the art from the artist?

It has happened more than once and will most likely happen again when a well-known artist is involved in a

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Graffiti should be better represented on campus

    Graffiti should be better represented on campus

UNT is an institution filled with many diverse talents that are showcased around campus. We are able to uplift our

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