The silkscreens, photographs, and memorabilia of longtime environmental activist, artist, educator, radio host and prairie champion David Monk will be on view at the Independent Media Center Gallery, 202 S. Broadway, Urbana, from August 12-28. …
Posts by Cope Cumpston:
The Art of Reckless Law and Shameless Order
A timely and provocative exhibit will open this Friday, February 11th at Krannert Art Museum: Reckless Law, Shameless Order: An Intimate Experience of Incarceration.
Abecedarian Amble: N is for Number
N is for Number. A roll of the dice. A scratch-off to hold your breath for. The formula that describes the spirals of a pinecone. The charisma quotient of your Stout Halfling. And so much more.
Abecedarian Amble: Q is for Quilt
Cope brings Abecedarian Amble back with the letter Q, taking her on a quilting journey from C-U to Chicago.
The Altgeld Bells chime their first century
The Altgeld Chimes are turning 100. Cope offers a look back at their history as the U of I campus comes together to celebrate.
Abecedarian Amble: R is for Radical
Cope revisits the letter “r” in this installment of Abecedarian Amble.
INNER VOICES Social Issues Theatre, at a quarter century
INNER VOICES, the University of Illinois' social issues theatre ensemble, is celebrating 25 years of live performances probing difficult social issues that can imperil a student’s success in college and beyond.
C-U steps up for Women’s History Month
Cope shares some opportunities to honor Women's History Month in C-U.
AIDS activism in C-U: A brief history
As World AIDS Day approaches, Cope looks back at how C-U's fierce activists lead the way in education, outreach, and care.
Collaboration in action
Ingredients: One solar decathlon house, one innovative project for the School of Social Work, and two actors from the Station Theatre. Put them together and see what happens.