Here's what you need to know about the Festival of Writers, the the two-day, talent-packed wordfest coming to Krannert Center for the Performing Arts this weekend.
Debra shares her list of "don't miss" arts events for the month of November.
PHILANDANCO! is bringing their "miracle of skill and energy" to the Krannert Center on October 28th.
On the appeal of zines, Will Arnold observes, "You can can fold some paper and call it a book, and it can go live in the world that way."
There's nothing scary about the arts calendar this October. From visual art to dance to theatre, it's nothing but treats.
The in-person 2021 C-U Black and African Arts Festival promises a feast for all of your senses, plus a one-stop way to support Black and African-owned businesses.
This month's arts picks focus on pride. They offer opportunities to explore spaces and celebrate experiences that may feel like home to you, or, may challenge you to think and feel outside of your comfort zone.
With everything from beachscapes to tango, there's plenty to dip into as you enjoy your last slice of C-U summertime arts.
"It almost feels a bit like starting over which can be a bit messy but wholly thrilling at the same time," says 40 North Executive Director Kelly White about Boneyard 2021.
After months of preparation, The Station Theatre is revamping its focus on racial justice this summer with a brand new Teen Spotlight workshop for young artists of color.
May 2021 in the C-U arts scene means celebrating graduating visual and performing arts students, and beginning to explore ways, even in-person, to learn and explore the arts yourself.
According to Matt Wiley, "One of the benefits of a simple illustration style is how significantly facial expressions and framing can have on the feeling of a scene."
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.