The Range | March 5, 2021
Black-owned art galleries are rare in the U.S., and in Wichita it's no different. But one former aviation worker is trying to change that here, starting with a new art gallery downtown.
This week on The Range, we visit the Mulberry Art Gallery and talk to its founder about why wanted to create a platform for artists of color.
Plus, Fruhauf Uniforms survived the 1918 pandemic, the Great Depression, and a couple of world wars. Now, the longtime Wichita company is finding its way through another difficult situation.