Moving for Monarchs is a monarch conservation video using dance filmed on Konza.
The KSU Prairie Studies Initiative is a network of students, faculty, staff and university de-partments interested in the prairie, especially the tallgrass prairies of Kansas. The Prairie Studies Initiative supports programs to raise awareness about the importance and challenges of the prairie.
Visions of the Flint Hills is an annual juried exhibition featuring art of the prairie. All artworks depict or are derived from the Flint Hills area of Kansas.
Throughout its history, Konza Prairie has served as inspiration for numerous artists. Below is a list of recent artists who have used Konza in their work:
- Gayle Dowell, jeweler
- Kelly Yarbrough, painter
- Debra Marquart, author
- Edward Sturr, photographer
- Elizabeth Dodd, poet
- Erin Wiersma, painter
- Julian Hoffman, photographer and writer
- Lisa Grossman, painter and printmaker
- Susan Rose, painter
- Tim Sigle, photographer