Debra shares her picks for local continuing arts education opportunities in music, dance, creative writing, and visual art.
Debra previews the premiere Crystal Lake Art Fair which takes place Saturday, August 3rd.
Debra reports on Krannert Art Museum's curation of political prints from the Dutch Golden Age.
KT reviews The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek by Naomi Wallace and directed by Saskia Bakker currently on the track at the Station Theatre.
Debra visits the Urbana Dance Company studio space and chats with founder Kate Insolia about its bold mission, innovative programming, and the powerful language of dance.
Debra previews the retrospective of Don Lake's watercolor paintings opening this week at Parkland College's Giertz Gallery.
Katie attends the Celebration Company at the Station Theatre's production of Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare on the eve of the Tonys and reflects on her experience.
Debra introduces you to Urbana's inaugural poet laureate, Will Reger.
In preview of Saturday's Lawn d'Arts multi-artist pop-up, Debra chats with ceramic artist Cory McCrory.
Debra visits wood cut illustrator Lydia Puddicombe to talk about process, life as a full-time artist, and, of course, ghosts.
Debra chats with Rachel Lauren Storm, Urbana Public Arts Program arts and culture coordinator about the City of Urbana Poet Laureate program, which will reveal its winner in the coming weeks.
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.