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  • Feb 24 9:00 am
    Free

    Master Editing Workshop

    Interested FMS students must contact Professor Matt Jacobson (mattjaco@ku.edu) to apply. Students must bring their own footage to edit during the workshop.

    Download Additional Information: Allan Holzman Workshop.pdf


    Contact: 785-864-1348, mattjaco@ku.edu
    Department:...

  • Feb 24 12:00 pm
    Free

    SMA Art Cart: Empire of Things

    The Art Cart is a drop-in activity station where families and other groups can enjoy hands-on art projects together, taking inspiration from the works on view in the Museum's galleries. Participants will use their imaginations to assemble fragments in mixed media collage. Parking is free...

  • Feb 24 2:00 pm

    Campus Movie Series: Wreck-it Ralph

    This family-friendly comedy (PG rated) depicts characters living inside a video game and features the voice of John C. Reilly. Friday and Saturday showings at 8PM. Sunday showing at 2PM. Free popcorn on Friday.

    Contact: 785-864-7469
    Department: Student Union Activities
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  • Feb 24 4:00 pm
    Free

    Kansas' New Tax Policy: Boon or Bust?

    The new Kansas tax provisions signed into law have been variously described as either a driver for business growth and job creation or as the most regressive tax act in the nation. State Senator Tom Holland and Kansas Secretary of Revenue Nick Jordan will take part in a moderated discussion...

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