Kate discusses the goals of Lodgic Everyday Community, and the tour they gave to the artists they commissioned to influence the space.
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Ninth Letter accepting submissions for web edition until March 31st
Ninth Letter currently has an open call for submissions for their Winter 2018 web edition, which will feature the theme of climate, as well as for their 2018 Literary Awards. According to their website, Ninth Letter …
Memorable moments from Ebertfest with Melissa Merli
Kate sits down with Melissa Merli to discuss Roger Ebert's Film Festival — how it started, how it has changed, and her most memorable moments from the last twenty years.
Final show at Outhaus coming up
After nearly four years, The Outhaus is coming to a close; their final show is coming up at the end of this month, featuring Peregrination: A Kinship memoir by Samantha Hill, improvisations by Matthew Steinke …
Catch a Sneak Peek at Urbana Public Arts on April 26th
Urbana Public Arts will be hosting a Sneak Peek event at Broadway Food Hall on Thursday, April 26th, where they’ll announce the 2018 Urbana Arts Grantees, and you’ll get a taste of what’s in store …
Boneyard Arts registration extended to March 26th
40 North announced that they’re extending the registration deadline for potential venues for the Boneyard Arts Festival until Monday, March 26th. So there’s still time to put something together to participate in this awesome festival! …
Wilson and the genre of the weird
Kate speaks with local author Caleb Wilson about his debut novella Polymer, which was published as a part of the New Bizarro Author Series and subscribes to being part of the “genre of the weird.”
Short Story Time, a new monthly event at BrewLab
BrewLab Coffee is starting a new monthly event series called “Short Story Time,” which will give a platform to local authors looking to share their works with a small audience. BrewLab hopes that “by creating …
Gallery conversation happening this week at Krannert Art Museum
Krannert Art Museum is hosting a gallery conversation with faculty and curators to discuss the exhibit entitled Allan deSouza: Through the Black Country… According to the website, the guests involved will be “Jamie Jones, assistant professor …
This month in the Arts: March 2018
Arts Editor Kate Fenton details what she's looking forward to seeing this month.