The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation is looking for the next winner of the Commemorative Poster Contest, a poster design competition with a prize of $1,000.
This featured artwork, "Impala," is done by Cole Bertelsen, sophomore in journalism and mass communications.
Wittney Hammeke, junior in secondary education, showcases her ceramic set.
This featured piece, “How easy it is to forget the world,” is written by Alex Rewerts, sophomore in English and mass comm.
This featured piece is photographed by Megan Chrisco, senior in criminology and psychology.
Katie Horner, senior with a BFA in ceramics and BS in psychology, showcases her ceramic pieces “Melting Days,” "Reflections," and "Green Haze."
This featured piece, “visual,” is written by Kira Bishop, senior in English.
One of this week's featured piece, "The Final Coming," is written by Graham Mathews, senior in computer science.
A new exhibition at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art showcases the work of artists struggling for equality during the second wave of feminism.
The Get K-State Ready program brings first semester preparation online and gives students flexibility.
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