Nicole finishes up her two part series on Museum of the Grand Prairie's offerings, talking with various community members about the impacts museums have on African Americans.
Nicole's series on museums during the pandemic continues. Here's part one of her two part series on Museum of the Grand Prairie.
Debra catches up with artist Judith Johnson about the pressures of life and art during these unsettled and unsettling times.
Debra shares a list of five local artists to follow on Instagram
Apolonia chats with artist and assistant professor of graphic design at the University of Illinois Stacey Robinson about his Afrofuturistic art.
Melinda speaks with Anna Peters, co-owner of Art Coop, about personalized art kits and community partnerships during the pandemic.
Debra shares her monthly list of must-see, mostly virtual arts experiences.
Apolonia chats with artist and Fresh Press Paper studio manager Veronica Pham about creating and living sustainably.
Between pandemic & protest: Krannert Art Museum pivots to reach diverse Champaign County communities
Nicole talks with Krannert Art Museum about how they are adjusting in the midst of the pandemic.
Debra chats with Giertz Gallery director Lisa Costello about what it means to run a teaching gallery and how she has been faring during its shutdown,
Debra reviews Sal Nudo's psychological thriller, The Millionaire's Cross.
Debra chats with Rachel Lauren Storm about poetry, the Urbana Arts and Culture Program, and the intersection of art and social justice.
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