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.
Debra reviews the CU Ballet's long-awaited production of Swan Lake, which took place Friday and Saturday at the Virginia Theatre.
Debra previews Re-Fashioned, the student-designed recycled fashion show, which takes place this Saturday night at Temple Hoyne Buell Hall.
The Smile Politely editors share their 2019 Ebertfest experiences.
Debra previews Ebertfest, which kicks off its 21st year this Wednesday.
Debra talks with some of this year's Boneyard Arts Festival artists and offers some tips for navigating 110+ venues and hundreds of local artists.
Debra previews the 2019 8 to Create live art show, coming to the Link Gallery at the Art + Design Building this Saturday.
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.