Indonesian Students Club

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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Friday, May 26, 2017

Saturday, May 27, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

Monday, May 29, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • All Day

    • All Day

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:30 am

    • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm   Tues. morning
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm
    • Illini Hall, room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Tues afternoon
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

    • 2:00 pm
    • A552 Chemical and Life Sciences Lab

    • 3:00 pm

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm   lunch on your own
    • Illini Hall, room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    • 9:30 am

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Wed afternoon
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

Thursday, June 1, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm   lunch on your own
    • Illini Hall, Room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    • 9:30 am

    • 6:00 - 8:00 pm
    • Sully's House, 1501 N. Dayton Chicago, Illinois 60642

Friday, June 2, 2017

Saturday, June 3, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

Monday, June 5, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:30 am

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Mon afternoon
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm
    • Illini Hall, Room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    • 1:00 pm
    • 171 Roger Adams Laboratory

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham, Champaign IL

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm   lunch on your own
    • Illini Hall, room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    • 9:30 am

    • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm   Tues morning
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

    • 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
    • Armory Building, room 428

    • 1:00 - 2:00 pm
    • Armory Building, room 428

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham, Champaign IL

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm   Wed & Fri mornings
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

    • 9:30 am

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

Saturday, June 10, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

Monday, June 12, 2017

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:30 am

    • 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
    • Armory Building, room 428

    • 1:00 - 2:00 pm
    • Armory Building, room 428

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • I Hotel and Conference Center

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm   W (lunch on your own)
    • Illini Hall, Room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    In this 6-hour workshop/lab, participants will craft a newsletter with their own stories and images using Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. Prerequisite: Basic understanding of InDesign and Photoshop

    • 9:30 am

Thursday, June 15, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    After the Sousa Band trombone section’s performance to record crowds during Chicago’s Columbian World’s Exhibition in 1893, Sousa’s exceptional trombonists Arthur Pryor, Marcus Lyons, and Edward Williams established a new showmanship standard for playing trombone solos that was emulated by many concert bands throughout America.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • I Hotel and Conference Center

    • All Day
    • Kansas State University--Olathe Campus

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 - 11:00 am
    • Illini Hall, Room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    In this 2-hour short course, we will learn the basics of layers in Photoshop. We will spend time adjusting images with Adjustment Layers and explore several kinds of image adjustments. We will also use layers for some image editing in a non-destructive method. Prerequisite: Photoshop Getting Started or equivalent knowledge

    • 9:30 am

    • 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
    • Armory Building, room 428

    • 1:00 - 2:00 pm
    • Armory Building, room 428

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Thurs afternoon
    • Urbana campus -- location to be announced

Friday, June 16, 2017

Saturday, June 17, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Monday, June 19, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 - 11:00 am
    • Illini Hall, Room 27 (lower level; NW corner of John & Wright Streets, Champaign)

    • 9:30 am

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

    • 5:30 pm

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm   Wed/Fri mornings
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

    • 9:30 am

    • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    • UIUC -- location to be announced

Thursday, June 22, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am
    • General Lounge, 210 Illini Union (1401 W. Green St., Urbana)

    The conference aims to contribute to an ongoing academic discussion at UIUC, inspired by the journal The Medieval Globe, which promotes a global understanding of medieval civilization and challenges anachronistic boundaries, categories, and expectations.

    • 9:00 am - 5:20 pm
    • 210 General Lounge, Illini Union, 1401 W. Green St., Urbana

    • 9:30 am

Friday, June 23, 2017

Saturday, June 24, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • 101 International Studies Building (910 S. Fifth St., Champaign, IL 61820)

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:00 am

    3 Concerts for Illinois Summer Youth Music - 10AM, 12Noon, 2PM

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Monday, June 26, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:30 am

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:30 am

    • 12:00 pm
    • Lucy Ellis Lounge (1080 Foreign Languages Building), 707 S. Mathews Ave., Urbana

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:30 am

Thursday, June 29, 2017

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Arthur Pryor, Ralph Corey, Kid Ory, and William “Willy” Cornish were exceptional trombone soloists at the turn of the twentieth century who brought the trombone center stage from the back seats of America’s concert and jazz bands.

    • All Day
    • Sousa Archives and Center for American Music, Harding Band Bldg., 1103 S. 6th Street, Champaign

    Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was an unconventional trombonist, composer, and bandmaster who loved circus music, American football, and his music-loving dog. The hustle of Cincinnati’s river wharfs, and his and Uncle Fred’s love of the many circuses that passed through town often distracted the young Henry from the drudgeries of school, piano lessons, and the weekly trips to

    • All Day

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, West Gallery

    The American Abstract Artists (AAA) emerged as a diverse group who engaged in various applications of abstraction: dynamic, clear geometry; abstraction influenced by surrealism and expressionism, often with biomorphic elements; and abstraction informed by the natural landscape. This exhibition features AAA works primarily from the Krannert Art Museum collection.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Kinkead Gallery

    This exhibition draws from ongoing research into the Nazi-era provenance of KAM’s European painting collection to explore diverse facets of provenance research including genealogy, documentation, the identification of marks and labels, and attribution.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Annex and Light Court Gallery

    Autumn Knight makes performances that reshape perceptions of race, gender, and authority in institutional spaces. Drawing from such disparate fields as dance, psychology, religious studies, and theatre, Knight pays attention to the ways knowledge is produced collectively among her audience members and physically in the body through language, movement, and emotion.

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Rosann Gelvin Noel Gallery

    Under the Works Progress Administration, the Federal Art Project (1935–1943) was the largest of the New Deal art programs and focused on all areas of the visual arts—including design, the fine arts, and art education. This exhibition focuses on WPA works—prints, paintings, and sculptures—allocated from the federal government that are currently housed in the museum's perm

    • All Day
    • KAM Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

    The year 2017 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of the founding of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. "Land Grant" draws from libraries, archives, and collections across campus to propose an expanded field for considering the university, while assessing the current status go punily higher education in the United States.

    • 9:30 am

Friday, June 30, 2017