26 January 2007
Rachael Sudlow often can be found out in the country, taking photos of cows.
But her photos aren't the stereotypical farm scene. She uses the backs and necks of cows to create photos that mimic the rolling Kansas landscape.</p>
In this week's weekly Pulse Podcast/Vodcast, Sudlow talks about how she captures the images the "Cowscapes" series. She's one of the featured artists in the quarterly Lawrence Downtown Gallery Walk.
And, as always, the podcast ends with highlights for events going on this weekend.
<a href="http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2007/jan/25/photographer_heeds_cattle_call/?living">Full list of Gallery Walk participants</a>
<a href="http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2007/jan/26/pulse_video_cow_landscapes/">See videocast of today's podcast Â»</a>
19 January 2007
Paul Stephen Lim, artistic director of English Alternative Theatre at Kansas University, and KU student playwright Whitney Rowland talk about the lineup of plays - including two written by Rowland - that have been invited to compete at the regional level of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival next week in Ames, Iowa. And get a preview of the weekend's best bets in arts and entertainment.