Indian paintings depicting Hindu epics, royal portraits and stories of love can be seen at Krannert Art Museum’s “From Hand to Hand” exhibition, opening Feb. 28.
Krannert Art Museum recently purchased a painting by University of Illinois alumna Louise Fishman that will be part of an exhibition of 20th century paintings at the museum.
Two Illinois professors tell the story of a secret Hollywood studio at the heart of the Cold War and the early nuclear age.
Illinois ethnomusicologist Michael Silvers writes in his new book about forro music of Brazil and its connections to the environment, drought and politics.
Krannert Art Museum will screen short films about AIDS activism – the only downstate Illinois venue to show the films – for World AIDS Day on Dec. 1.
The first solo U.S. exhibition by Irish artists Kennedy Browne at Krannert Art Museum raises questions about global commerce and technology.
University of Illinois art and design faculty members show their work at Krannert Art Museum.
Krannert Center for the Performing Arts has a new assisted listening system to help patrons with hearing impairment enjoy performances.
Krannert Art Museum exhibitions highlight Chicago art and blue and white ceramics from its collection.
The first Roger Ebert Symposium will explore the cinematic presentation of science with help from an IMAX film shot from space, a former astronaut and a diverse group of academics and experts.
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