Nika recaps her experience at this year's Resist 2.0 event, an art fair dedicated to the theme of resistance.
Katie attends the annual 8 to Create live event and chats with some of the organizers and artists involved about this unique event.
Nika takes a look at the upcoming 11th Annual Fairy Tale Ball at the Urbana Free Library.
Arts Editor Kate Fenton details what she's looking forward to seeing this month.
Jeff Nelson details the history behind German orchestra Staatskapelle Weimar before their performance at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts.
Meghan reviews Charli Brissey's Miraging at Krannert Center's Studio Dance I, an abstract performance that re-invisioned the boundaries and relationships between bodies, beads and any other barrier that separates us.
Maureen reviews the Shakespearean comedy put onto the Krannert Stage and taking audiences through the twists and turns of love triangles, pranks, and trickery gone wrong.
Rachel reviews the Monticello Theatre Association's production of the classic Tennessee Williams play.
Courtney speaks with a few of the choreographers from Dance at Illinois' upcoming Studio Dance I about the paths that led them here and the importance of dance.
Kate sits down with the director of Champaign Urbana Theater Company's upcoming production of You Can't Take It With You Jessica Elliott to discuss the importance of family in their production.
Katie Burke discusses Illinois Theatre's upcoming production of Twelfth Night, or What You Will with director Matthew Arbour.
Nika sits down with Mary Hodson, Cathy Emanuel, and Kay Bronston to discuss Champaign County Nursing Home's upcoming art fair.
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.