Claire explores Illinois Theatre's mission of radical inclusion and the progress made since its initial statement in 2016.
Debra previews artist Margaret Wertheim's upcoming lecture on the Crochet Coral Reef project and the launch of the Urbana-Champaign's own Satellite Reef.
Debra encounters Langston Allston's new mural at North First Street Barbershop.
Melinda catches up with Jacki Loewenstein about Class Act's Zoom-based spring and summer, and their plans for a virtual fall theatre season.
Debra shares her arts to-do list for September.
Will reviews the new Netflix documentary, Rising Phoenix, which features, and was executive produced by, Champaign-Urbana Paralympian and University of Illinois alum Tatyana McFadden.
Debra chats with interior designer Kelly Hieronymus Whiting and furniture designer Jim Standerfer about their new shop, Behemoth Durable Goods.
Debra recaps her brief art encounter with Gregory Stallmeyer's installation Disunion at Weiskamp's Lightbox.
Apolonia shares her brief encounter with art by Patrick Earl Hammie and Stacey Robinson inside Flying Machine Avionics.
Debra ushers in the new arts series,Brief Encounters with Art, with a look at Common Ground Food Co-op's new pandemic-friendly outdoor art gallery which highlights local Black artists.
Osiris takes a deep dive into the methodology and delivery of this fall semester by chatting with leaders at FAA, Jan Erkert, Jeffrey Sposato, and Gabriel Solis.
William talks with Urbana filmmaker Max Pociask on Pens to Lens 2020 and the importance of people.
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