The rise of a global pandemic in March flipped the theatre industry upside down— nevertheless, the show must go on. Here’s how Parkland College Theatre is making it through.
Have you seen Urbana's latest mural at 123 Main Street? Get to know Carlie Upchurch, the artist behind Vibrant Public Mural.
Claire explores the Young Artist's Studio program, its mission, history, and how it risen to COVID-19 challenge with innovative virtual workshops.
Apolonia explores the need for diversity in design thinking starting with design curriculum.
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 chats with interior designer Kelly Hieronymus Whiting and furniture designer Jim Standerfer about their new shop, Behemoth Durable Goods.
William talks with Urbana filmmaker Max Pociask on Pens to Lens 2020 and the importance of people.
Debra catches up with author Jillian Duchnowski about her debut children's book, Cassidy and the Lost Fairy of Allerton.
Nicole finishes up her two part series on Museum of the Grand Prairie's offerings, talking with various community members about the impacts museums have on African Americans.
Nicole's series on museums during the pandemic continues. Here's part one of her two part series on Museum of the Grand Prairie.
Debra catches up with artist Judith Johnson about the pressures of life and art during these unsettled and unsettling times.
Debra shares a list of five local artists to follow on Instagram
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