Michaela attended the Ninth Letter celebration and heard selections of poetry, short fiction, and a lyric essay.
Mathew speaks with director Michael O'Brien about Parkland's first offering of the fall season.
This weekend's performance of High School Musical Jr. is a unique opportunity for youth with special needs.
Did you check out the 4th Annual Urbana Art Expo?
Colson Whitehead visited Champaign Public Library last night, and it was wonderful.
Julie previews STRANGE WINDOW: The Turn of the Screw, a unique theater experience happening at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Chloe interviews Dr. Sandra Ruiz, curator and Assistant Professor of Latina/Latino Studies and English about Erica Gressman’s residency at La Estación Gallery and her performance at the Krannert Art Museum.
Chloe chats with Rebecca Ferrell, Flatlands Dance Film Festival curator, about this year’s program.
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.
The red carpet was rolled out for student screenwriters and filmmakers on Saturday at Pens to Lens.
Jarrod reviews The Station Theatre's production of Sweat directed by Mathew Green.
Julie speaks with director Mathew Green about Sweat, which opens tonight at The Station Theatre.
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.