"In the spirit of these animals, I find my subjects. My intent is not to portray them as victims, but as dignified in their survival." Check out this week's Workspace featuring a local artist with a cause.
The latest graduate students of The School of Art + Design’s Master’s of Fine Arts program will be showcasing their work at the Krannert Art Museum this weekend.
With 100s of Boneyard installations and events to choose from, two writers with fine-arts backgrounds explain what they're looking forward to most this upcoming weekend.
C-U's annual artist showcase is all about process. We stopped by in the morning and evening to check it out.
Marika explores the work of Alicia Henry and finds out more about this week's opening reception at Giertz Gallery.
Have you met this local artist? Take a look inside his process of creation, video and more within.
PechaKucha is back for a night of celebration with ten stories from ten presenters.
Sarah previews the newest exhibitions at Krannert Art Museum, ranging from post-Depression to modern performance art to the University's long history. Regardless of the age of the works, art has a way of reflecting the context of the viewer, and shedding new light on current topics.
Marika explores the point of drawing and interviews the guest curator of the drawing invitational exhibition at Parkland.
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.