Image of the inside of the Ewing Theatre

Illinois Shakespeare Festival announces new managing director

The Illinois Shakespeare Festival is delighted to announce the appointment of a new managing director, Dr. Derek R. Munson.
woman speaking

Native American Film Series for spring 2021

The Native American Film Series for spring 2021 will include discussion forums focusing on historic, contemporary, and unheeded issues facing Indigenous peoples.
Installation view at University Galleries of Jen Bervin and Charlotte Lagarde, "Su Hui's Picture of the Turning Sphere," 2016-2020

University Galleries offers virtual tours, programs, and online resources

A variety of online resources have been made available related to the exhibition Jen Bervin: Shift Rotate Reflect Selected Works (1997-2020).
Artwork by Teri Croft, four-colormonotype, titled Sunset

The 36th Annual Printmakers’ Exhibition and Sale virtual event going strong and running through January 22

Celebrating its 36th anniversary, the Printmakers' Exhibition and Sale will be virtual this year. The event is open, online only, now through January 22, 2021.
Image of Concert Hall with cutouts of Reggie and individuals filling the seats

Illinois State University School of Music opens house to virtual audience

Whether performing an individual recital or in an ensemble, musicians want to share their experience with an audience.
Sercan Sengun

Illinois State game design course uses online tools to build community, awareness

Creating great video games requires close collaboration between people from seemingly disparate disciplines.
Image of the inside of the Ewing Theatre

An interview with 2021 Sutter Family Shakespeare Scholarship recipient Abigail Anderson

Abigail Anderson Abigail Anderson was recently announced as the 2021 recipient of the Sutter Family Shakespeare Scholarship for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival. The Sutter Scholarship is...
Music therapy graduate student Taylor Stengren conducting a telehealth session from a Centennial West classroom.

Music therapy students care for clients through telehealth

Face-to-face interactions bring joy to both music therapy students and their clients. Although students are now completing their clinical hours through telehealth sessions, they have continued to...
Two dancers in a movement

The School of Theatre and Dance presents Shift: Fall 2020 Dance Concert, November 17-19

Illinois State University’s School of Theatre and Dance presents a fall dance concert unlike any before it. In order to meet the challenges of pandemic restrictions, the dance concert will be...
From right to left, Judith Briggs, AJ Kepa, and Katie Barko stuff packets with art supplies for the Saturday kids' art classes.

Art education students gain experience, give back through children’s classes

The art teacher education program within the Wonsook Kim School of Art focuses on realistic experiences in the field to help their teacher candidates grow as educators and to teach them the...