Select scenes from Music Theatre Wichita's "Thoroughly Modern Millie," starring Tessa Grady in the title role. Choreography by Mara Newbery Greer. (Video by Mary Sue Dymak, courtesy Music Theatre Wichita)
1920s come to life in 'Millie'
Preview of MTW's 'Seven Brides'
She shot award-winning photos around the world. Now, she's in Wichita
Big art for a big pool -- a really big pool
Architecture fans tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s building at WSU
Architect makes argument for saving Century II
See Wichita artist's pottery be smashed to bits
Timelapse of an 11-foot mural installation
Giant dragonfly sculpture flies over North Broadway
She sings into a well in Italy, and it sounds amazing
Workers remove artwork from facade of Eagle building
Kira Morris is an award-winning photographer whose work has been published in National Geographic, Washington Post, The Independent and many other publications. Her work is being shown right now at Aero Plains Brewing. She has her own company, Kira Morris Photography, teaches a photography course at Botanica and is the director of photography at Visual Fusion in the Delano neighborhood. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
Garden City artist Justin Brown spent two months painting a mural on the bathhouse at the Big Pool in Garden City, Kansas. This timelapse video brings it all together in less than 2 minutes. The public swimming pool, larger than a football field, is known as the world's largest outdoor municipal concrete swimming pool. (Courtesy of Lauren Lohfink)
Wichita artist John McCluggage, a ceramics instructor at Mark Arts, guides Clayton Barnett through the process of destroying one of his pots. The project was a form of "resolution and reconciliation" for McCluggage, he said. Video by Matt Riedl
Wichita architect Dean Bradley talks about why he believes Century II is worth saving. A study is to be done in the near future to decide if the performing arts center should be renovated, or torn down and rebuilt.
Timelapse video shows workmen installing an 11-foot mural of Wichita Daily Eagle newspaper boys from the early 1900s. The mural installation is part of The Eagle's move to 330 N. Mead in Old Town Square. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Since leaving The White House, former President George W. Bush has become an avid painter. He's also made it his own mission to get to know the armed service members who served him. And through a series of paintings called "Portraits of Courage," he is raising money for The Military Service Initiative, helping vets transition to civilian life.