Vern Fein, published author and horse racing enthusiast, takes a look at a great tale of a thoroughbred champion.
Sarah and Rebecca offer their dual opinions on the Spring chapter of BEAR from the Unreliable Bestiary, currently at the Station Theatre.
Janjay and Nic talk about what's on everyone's mind lately: President Trump, and how his policies and cuts will affect the Arts in C-U.
What did the PKN speakers have to say? Check out these quick summaries and some great photos of the event.
Mathew gets seriously dazzled by Illinois Theatre's production of Failure: A Love Story.
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.
Speculative dino-fiction comes to C-U by way of a self-published paleontologist author.
Rebecca goes in intentionally ignorant to meet Repetition by James Tadd Adcox, which ends up being somewhat familiar and farcical at the same time.
Marika explores the point of drawing and interviews the guest curator of the drawing invitational exhibition at Parkland.
Marika glimpses what the U of I faculty have been producing at the School of Fine Art + Design.
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.