At a recent Small Press Fest workshop, zine expert Dr. Spencer Keralis guided us through the history and culture of zine-making and what makes it so inherently queer.
What exactly is a small press? And how does it differ from zines and distros?
The flag has often been interpreted by artists. But what messages do these images convey, especially during divisive times?
What follows is a recount of yet another experience within the world of The Great ARTdoors.
Jess visited Krannert Art Museum, which, under COVID-19 restrictions, has to limit the number of visitors at one time.
Have you seen Urbana's latest mural at 123 Main Street? Get to know Carlie Upchurch, the artist behind Vibrant Public Mural.
TJ encounters Ja Nelle Pleasure's powerful art installation, Seeds of Injustice, at the Randolph Street Community Garden.
Debra shares her brief encounter with E.K.A.H.'s new lenticular work, Points of View, which has been installed at Lierman Neighborhood Community Garden, as part of The Great ARTdoors initiative.
Apolonia explores the need for diversity in design thinking starting with design curriculum.
Debra shares her recent encounter with Mommy Needs Her Medicine at Blacklight Box.
Debra previews artist Margaret Wertheim's upcoming lecture on the Crochet Coral Reef project and the launch of the Urbana-Champaign's own Satellite Reef.
Debra encounters Langston Allston's new mural at North First Street Barbershop.
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.