Art

Art

Studio Visit: Carol Farnum

Studio Visit is a Q&A with a local artist. Here, a visit with Carol Farnum. The watercolor artist recently chatted with The News-Gazette's Melissa Merli.

Did you study art at the UI?

No, I studied ecology and evolutionary biology, but I have been doing art since I was 13. So it's been a duality. It's always been a constant.

Entertainment listings, Sept. 25-Oct. 2, 2014

A listing of events, provided by the venues. Here are 

That's entertainment: Spotlighting events around the area, Sept. 24-Oct. 1, 2014

Music, science and art get together

CHAMPAIGN — Music will meet science will meet art at "The Sounds of Science" at 2 p.m. Saturday at Krannert Art Museum, 500 E. Peabody Drive, C.

Look ahead: Top picks from Melissa Merli for the week to come

Look ahead: Top picks from Melissa Merli for the week to come

Succumb to the movement

Here's what's happening on the art scene

Artoberfest contest

Sullivan Area Arts is putting out a call for artists to participate in its fourth annual Artoberfest contest to take place during Octoberfest on Oct. 17-18 in the Moultrie County seat.

Studio Visit: Melonie Mulkey

Studio Visit is a Q&A with a local artist. Here, Melonie Mulkey of Champaign chats with Melissa Merli. Mulkey is a sculptor and photographer whose work is part of the two-person exhibition "A Little Touched, But Otherwise Alright" on view through Oct. 4 at Figure One, 116 N. Walnut St., C.

Look back: Highlights from Melissa Merli on the week that was

Look back: Highlights from Melissa Merli on the week that was

Mariachi at its best

Top of the Morning, Sept. 20, 2014

Charles Yost's "Pipe Trapped Apparitions" is the 43rd sculpture brought to our community by the Public Art League since 2010.

I asked the sculptor what passers-by will think of the skyscraper on Park Street in downtown Champaign. The funny guy that he is, Yost gave me options.

"Oh no, another 'arty' thing that I don't understand."

Or ...

Entertainment listings, Sept. 18-25, 2014

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Krannert Art Museum program helps youngsters celebrate art

CHAMPAIGN — Picture the atmosphere at any typical art museum — pensive, quiet, a safe place for experiencing different types of skilled expression.

Now, throw 50 fifth-graders into the mix. Chatter and excitement take over, but the end result is the same: Art is celebrated.