Debra previews the upcoming 16th annual Hooey Home Show and goes behind the scenes with Hooey creator Jill Miller.
John talks about the Cavagna Sangiuliani Collection and its origins with curator Chloe Ottenhoff of the University of Illinois Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Chloe interviews choreographer Cynthia Oliver about her newest work, Virago-Man Dem.
Angela talks with local performer, writer, and activist Susan Parenti.
Journey into the Randolph Street Community Garden, as Angela overviews what it was like to listen to the stories of Dawn Blackman during August's Art Now! episode.
Angela chats with Lisa Costello, director of Parkland College's Giertz Gallery.
Ben talks with Professer Donald J. Schleicher, conductor of the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra.
Kate discusses the goals of Lodgic Everyday Community, and the tour they gave to the artists they commissioned to influence the space.
Jeff Nelson discusses Laurence Lieberman's career, including his work at the University of Illinois and his recent publications.
Katie sits down with local artist Kim Curtis to discuss her work, who has influenced it, and how she got here.
Kate speaks with local author Caleb Wilson about his debut novella Polymer, which was published as a part of the New Bizarro Author Series and subscribes to being part of the "genre of the weird."
Katie speaks with Niccole Powers about her life in art, the challenges of tattoo art, and pursuing creativity always.
The Arts Section strives to celebrate our community's rich and vibrant artistic scene, from theatre to local authors, film, performance art, and everything in between.