Publications, presentations, performances and more from Illinois State faculty and staff.
The New Sounds Uptown concert series at the University Galleries will feature Muyassar Kurdi at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 3.
Duane Boutté, an assistant professor in the School of Theatre and Dance, is developing a play based loosely on his own family history and identity.
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival partnered with Illinois State’s Ewing Cultural Center to present ShakesFEAR, a haunted tour through Shakespeare’s most gruesome imagery.
Together, the three Vasel sisters are part of an Illinois State marching band tradition that stretches back more than 80 years. Big Red, or BRMM, has 285 members this fall and thousands of alumni.
Senior Lucero Aguirre shares what it’s like to be an art major at Illinois State University, from classes to arts clubs to building up your portfolio. Part of our #BirdofMouth video series.
Illinois State’s Big Red Marching Machine recently traveled to Shriners Hospital for Children in Chicago to meet patients and promote a new Fox TV show.
The professor in Illinois State University’s School of Theatre and Dance is teaching acting majors how to be believable (and safe) while fighting on stage.
Illinois State University Jazz Ensembles I and II, directed by Tom Marko, will present their annual Valentine’s Big Band Dance from 7-10 p.m. Friday, February 14, at the New Lafayette Club, located at 1602 S. Main St. in Bloomington.
Early glass program graduate Jack Schmidt is still a pioneering artist today.