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Kent State University’s School of Fashion Design and Merchandising has once again been named among the nation’s elite.

The Kent State University Museum presents its "Fashions of the Forties” exhibit that features a variety of different looks that typified the 1940s. The exhibit runs through March 2018.

Poetry kiosks written for Traveling Stanzas through Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center have found their home in downtown Kent for months and recently expanded to eight Kent Campus locations.

The Kent State art community comes together to create an exhibit and silent auction to support Planned Parenthood.

On a morning in early June, the Costume Shop at Kent State University’s Center for the Performing Arts was filled with sounds—sewing machines buzzing, radio blasting, women chattering and laughing.

With less than a week to go before Kent State’s Porthouse Theatre opened its 49th season with the musical “9 to 5”—based on the hit 1980 movie starring Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda—members of the costume crew were working way more hours than 9 to 5 to meet their deadline.

Kent State professor is helping bring a beloved 1980s television series to the stage in the Human Race Theatre Company's world premiere production of "Family Ties."

Kent, OH – A group of undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Theatre and Dance’s scenery design course have been invited to design and build the set for the Lower Great Lakes Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Emmy Award ceremony taking place June 17 at the Cleveland Hilton.

Kent State sophomore fashion design and business student Madeline Mehler launched a business that creates a more sustainable, lower carbon-footprint approach to making clothes.

The 2017 Piano Institute, in association with the Piano Division of the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music at Kent State University, will present a series of master classes and recitals from June 9-18 on the university’s campus and culminate with the June 18 gala concert at Severance Hall’s Reinberger Chamber Hall in Cleveland. This program is a highly intensive and prestigious festival for talented piano students in grades 7-12. The June 18 gala concert will feature 14 highly gifted pre-collegiate pianists from the United States, China and Italy.

The new ARTshop serves as an entrepreneurial laboratory for School of Art students to display and to learn about promoting their artwork.

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