Featuring the consortium premier of Michael Daugherty’s “Songs from a Silent Land” and Paul Dooley’s incredible “Masks and Machines,” the Wind Symphony will perform on Thursday, November 21 at 8 p.m.
University Galleries Director and Chief Curator, Kendra Paitz and artist Alison Ruttan talk about Ruttan’s exhibition UNMAKING OF PLACES AND HISTORIES, currently on view at University Galleries of Illinois State University through December 15.
Don’t let them clip your tiny little insect wings, Eric Anthony Berdis’ solo exhibition, celebrates LGBTQ+ people, reflects on the historical struggles of the community’s past, and encourages allyship.
“Unmaking of Places and Histories” features new and recent architectural ceramic sculptures by Chicago-based artist Alison Ruttan.
Set in, and inspired by, Reading, Pennsylvania, a town long fueled by steel mills, coal mines, the railroad, and factory work, SWEAT follows the story of a close group of friends and is centered in the bar where they have shared many drinks and moments.
Jean M. Miller, dean of Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts at Illinois State University, was named president of the International Council of Fine Arts Deans.
The Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts will honor several alumni during the Illinois State University Homecoming Alumni Day Luncheon on Friday, October 25.
A tale of love and mistaken identity infused with humor, “Twelfth Night” will be presented at the Center for the Performing Arts Theatre at 7:30 p.m. October 25-26 and 29-31, and November 1-2, and October 27 at 2 p.m.
Meet artist Jason Reblando and view his portfolio edition of New Deal Utopias as well as work from his series documenting planned communities that were part of the U.S. federal government’s Resettlement Administration during the Great Depression.
Come to sing or just to listen and enjoy 3 p.m. Sunday, December 15, in the Illinois State University Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall.