In Halcyon, her debut collection of poetry, Madeline Blair's narrator journeys into the underworld, a modern-day Persephone who is pulled back from the brink of death, but left forever altered.
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According to photographer Jess T. Dugan, the portraits and accompanying narratives of To Survive on this Shore "offer a nuanced view into the struggles and joys of growing older as a transgender person and offer a poignant reflection on what it means to live authentically despite seemingly insurmountable odds."
There's nothing scary about the arts calendar this October. From visual art to dance to theatre, it's nothing but treats.
According to co-owner Katye Newhouse, Prism Studios seeks to dismantle the idea that "art only looks a certain way and that if you can’t achieve that narrow definition then you are just bad at art."
"You will stop drowning when you realize you can breathe through your tears," writes Tarriona "Tank" Ball in "Survival Guide," from her debut collection of poems.
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.
Did you know that with the proper paint and priming, an outdoor mural can last more than ten years? Take a deep dive into the mural making process with Carlie Upchurch and Lisa Kesler.
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.
In the Dreaming with Johnny universe, artist Sophie McMahan strives to "keep a balance between beauty and the grotesque."
The Urbana Museum of Photography is many things. It just may not be what you think it is.