Debra recaps her visit to the 2022 Crystal Lake Park Art Fair.
Paul reviews the latest Carnivale Debauche show, Nerdlesque.
Amy captures the magic of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival and encounters some familiar C-U thespians along the way.
Katie Koca Polite of Krannert Art Museum attributed Stringfellow's combined use of collage and watercolor to his understanding that "the fullness and complexity of the African American experience could not be adequately captured in one medium."
Watching Bad Jews is like sitting at a restaurant while the family four tables down argues. You definitely shouldn’t be watching, but gosh darn it, how could you not?
Debra shares her thoughts on Beneath a Summer Sky: Watercolors by Carol Carter, on display at Parkland's Giertz Gallery through July 28.
Among the silver gelatin prints of businesses like Fannie Mae and Jerry’s IGA, OLD NEWS: The Archives boasts a photo of John F. Kennedy speaking at the University of Illinois' Foellinger Auditorium.
Prism Studios presents Reclaim: Clarity in Community, an exhibition of "eclectic visual artworks in a variety of mediums."
Jeanette Watts' new historical novel, My Dearest Miss Fairfax, tells the story behind the story of the secret engagement between Emma's Jane Fairfax and Frank Churchill.
Debra recaps the 2022 School of Art & Design BFA exhibition.
Andrei Kureichik, currently a Visiting Artist at the University of Illinois, created a play using the real words of Belarusians caught in the struggle for democracy.
Sacred/Supernatural, which closes its run at Krannert Art Museum this weekend, explores mark making as a vehicle for mythological and religious meaning making.
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.