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Kent Wired

Art in the Park hosted an in-person event with nearly 80 vendors. Handmade items for purchase, art demonstrations and live performances were part of this years gathering.

Returning vendors join Art in the Park to connect with the community again

Lucy Connolly Reporter September 20, 2021

The weather was beautiful last weekend at Fred Fuller Park where vendors sold handmade items for the weekend event of Art in the Park. Vendor Jody Cercone said he was excited to get back out and connect...

Katy Schormann, a sophomore fashion merchandise major at Kent State, models one of the 100 recruitment masks she designed for her sorority Chi Omega. She said the design was inspired by Louis Vuitton designs, but personalized for her own sorority.

Quarantine hobby becomes expanding handmade design business

Josie Thomas Jobs/Money reporter October 11, 2020

Katy Schormann opened up Kaitlyn Christine Co. through Instagram when quarantine hit at the end of March. It kept her hands moving through the stay-at-home months and some extra cash in her pockets, Schormann...

Olivia Wink is a sophomore Art Education Major at Kent State, she makes art and posts them on her Instagram or Etsy @winkfloydart and 40% of all earnings goes towards an animal sanctuary/cause that protects and cares for the animal that is the subject of the art. Nov. 12, 2019.

Kent artist aims to help animals through artwork

Sophomore art education major Olivia Wink has loved animals and art since she was a young girl, and now she is working to combine them for a greater purpose: helping animals.As a child, Wink had several...

Brian Feltner performs at Fred Fuller Park during Art in the Park on Saturday Sept. 12, 2015.

Art in the Park brings art, music to downtown Kent

Bailey Purpura September 13, 2015

Kent’s 22nd annual Art in the Park at Fred Fuller Park included more than 80 booths of works like recycled jewelry, wooden clocks, clothing and decorations made with utensils.Allie M. Designs, located...

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