Maddie and Debra went to the first West Side Arts festival on September 17th. Here's what they saw and learned.
This year's PYGMALION arts offerings are all about the complex, and sometimes humorous, intersections of art and identity.
Fall festivals and fairs aren't just for pumpkins. Find out how to satisfy your arts cravings at these upcoming events.
Throughout its significant 100 piece exhibition, Fake News and Lying Pictures is Krannert Art Museum at its best.
Fall semester brings a lineup of significant and thoughtful exhibitions and performances which promise to leave us better for experiencing them.
Monk in Retrospect, installed at the IMC gallery until August 28th, is a love letter in words and images.
Three artists. Three locations. Three new murals that bring color, energy, and vitality to Urbana.
Debra chats with writer and director Tania Arazi Coambs about Stoplight, which premieres at the Station Theatre on August 11th.
Debra recaps her visit to the 2022 Crystal Lake Park Art Fair.
Paul reviews the latest Carnivale Debauche show, Nerdlesque.
Debra shares five August art experiences you won't want to miss.
Amy captures the magic of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival and encounters some familiar C-U thespians along the way.
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.