MONTICELLO — Creating art in Allerton Park sounds like a dream, especially for those with a creative bent.
Last year, Krannert
Located at the northeast corner of Washington and Neil streets, the tree rises 31 feet in the air and weighs 1.5 tons. It is made of 10,000 recycled bottles.
This year's gingerbread displays at Einsten Bros. Bagels have a different, pandemic-influenced look.
“The people I support in the arts are deeply struggling. They miss both the intrinsic rewards of creating for audiences and the vanishing infrastructures of support for what they do."
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In a memo to the council, city staff said the Black Lives Matter mural would be considered “government speech,” so it wouldn’t be making the street a free-speech zone.
Ja Nelle Pleasure’s latest exhibit of recycled art is on display at Randolph Street Community Gardens as part of 40 North’s program, which involves 10 pieces being installed across Champaign-Urbana.
I have to say, I’m incredibly proud of the team at Krannert Art Museum and what they’ve achieved over the last few months, under seriously trying circumstances.
Jon Seydl and his staff originally intended to open the museum in early July, but they wanted to make sure they were completely ready.
The coronavirus pandemic has been an opportunity for others to experience some of the challenges Liza Sylvestre goes through every day. Anthony Zilis tells the story of Krannert Art Museum’s curator of academic programs.
Donley hopes that her project gives library customers a reason to stop, take a breath, and look at something beautiful.
URBANA — As he walked through the farmers market at Lincoln Square Mall 20 years ago, some rusty sculptures made out of old farm equipment caught Richard Mohr’s eye.
With the state set to enter Phase 4 of Gov. J.B. Pritzker's Restore Illinois plan, staff writer Anthony Zilis examines what various of University of Illinois venues are anticipating will change once students and visitors return.
The show was created in 2010 by Dale and Peg Steffensen, who wanted to find a way to honor their son, Eric, who was killed in an accident with a drunk driver in 1970.
Located just inside the main west entrance of the building, the exhibit shows 10 sports and entertainment stars who performed over the years at the arena formerly known as the Assembly Hall.
Among the 2,003 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: the Class of 1997’s Julie Rodrigues Widholm, director and chief curator of the DePaul Art Museum.
A $380,000 process that ended this month saw Oscar Martinez's mural turned into five paintings, two of which were hung permanently in the southwest stairwell of the Illini Union and three of which were put on display at the Spurlock Museum, where they’ll remain for the next 10 years.
So far, it has showcased a Gospel Explosion, Spittin’ Figures, a discussion of the Tuskegee Airmen and World War II), Soul Train Karaoke and bowling at the Illini Union. At 7:30 p.m. tonight, the group will host its annual fashion show.