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Art collective creates new opportunities for Denton art scene

The Denton art scene has a new player in the game when it comes to creating art shows and events.  Artners n Crime is a new art collective that plans to bring artists together through its events, created by local artists Stefani Cofer and Sarah Jo Blanchard. Cofer and Blanchard met during the beginning of the pandemic, and Cofer said they...

Merging Visions 2022 Exhibition of Art and Poetry: Call for entries

MERGING VISIONS 2022 is a collaborative exhibition of art and poetry between Texas artists within a 100 mile radius of Denton and members of the Denton Poets’ Assembly. Submission Deadline: January 14thExhibition Date & Venue: June 4-25, UNT CoLab, Denton, TX Art and poetry may be submitted at the email address below until January 14.All artwork submitted to the address will...

Shop ‘Til You Drop! Denton is home to a number of Etsy artisans offering unique local gifts for the holidays.

If you’re looking to shop local this holiday season, we have great news — there are quite a number of Etsy sellers right here from Denton making unique, one-of-a-kind items perfect for gift giving. If you aren’t familiar with Etsy yet, it is an online marketplace filled with artisans from around the world. From jewelry to home goods to bath...

Native American Student Association Red Dress Search brings awareness to MMIW crisis

Red dresses are spread across campus for the Native American Student Association’s latest project: the Red Dress Search.  As one of its programs for Native American Heritage Month, NASA began the Red Dress Search to bring awareness to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women human rights crisis. Murder rates for Indigenous women are up to 10 times the national average, according...

Celebrations highlight memorable day for TWU music students

Two high-profile events held on the Texas Woman’s University Denton campus made for an unforgettable experience for two TWU music students. November 4 marked the official opening of the university’s Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership and was followed by the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony, sponsored by the Governor’s Commission for Women. Both events attracted distinguished guests...
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