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Krannert Art Museum summer exhibition, events sharpen focus on photography

Krannert Art Museum’s landscape photography exhibition looks at our relationship with nature, includes workshops with noted local photographers.

Illinois design students create virtual reality scenarios for those soon to be released from prison

University of Illinois design students created immersive reality scenarios to help people who are soon to be released from prison learn how to meet certain challenges.

MFA Exhibition at Krannert Art Museum to feature work by art and design graduate students

Krannert Art Museum will feature the work of graduate students in art and design in its MFA Exhibition, opening April 21.

Illinois architecture professor designs transformable, adaptive structures

University of Illinois architecture professor Sudarshan Krishnan designs lightweight and transformable structures that can expand and collapse to adapt to a user’s needs.

Artists at Krannert Art Museum want you to use your ears as well as your eyes

Artists Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme want you to listen to, and not just look at, their work on view at Krannert Art Museum.

‘Gathering’ concert series features new music to celebrate sesquicentennial

The University of Illinois Wind Symphony and Chamber Singers will perform a new composition written to celebrate the U. of I.’s sesquicentennial in April concerts at New York City’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and at Urbana’s Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

Interdisciplinary theater piece gives glimpse into world of quantum physics

“Quantum Voyages,” an interdisciplinary theater piece created by University of Illinois physics and theatre professors, gives a glimpse into the strange world of quantum physics.

Illinois theatre department, alumni celebrating program’s 50th anniversary

The University of Illinois theatre department is celebrating its 50th anniversary with events March 3-5.

Portrayals of doctors in comics have become more realistic, nuanced

Depictions of medical doctors in comics have become less stereotypical and more realistic, says Carol Tilley, a University of Illinois professor of information sciences and a comics historian and scholar.

Illinois graphic design professor fights human trafficking with app, education

A University of Illinois graphic design professor has developed a cellphone app that enables users to report suspected cases of human trafficking anonymously.

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