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  • Beyond Utopia? Art, Theory, and the Coming of "Spring"

    A Conference on aesthetics, politics, and new revolutionary movements presented by the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory. The seminar will be held April 26 & 27 at the I Hotel & Conference Center. 

  • MFA Show 2012: Public Events

    The 2012 Master of Fine Arts exhibition is currently on view in the Krannert Art Museum and in addition to the opening reception, the graduate office is organizing a short series of public events for the purpose of highlighting MFA research and practice.

  • David Stork "When Computers Look at Art"

    Featured in Thursday's On-Campus Boneyard Arts Festival programming is a Center for Advanced Study's MILLERCOMM 2012 lecture by David Stor: "When Computers Look at Art". The talk will take place Thursday, April 19, at 5:30 pm in Room 62 of the Krannert Art Museum. 

  • The 2012 Boneyard Arts Festival

    The Boneyard Arts Festival, a four-day event presented by 40 North | 88 West, will be held this weekend beginning Thursday, April 19 and ending Sunday, April 22. Featuring hundreds of artists, the festival takes place in a variety of venues countywide ranging from galleries to law offices. 

  • Will Arnold - Untitled (from Whistling in the Dark), Archival Inkjet Print, 30'x40', 2012

    2012 MFA Exhibition

    The 2012 MFA Exhibition opens this Saturday, April 14, 2012 in a reception at the Krannert Art Museum from 5 - 7. The artists featured this year are: Will Arnold, Justin Farkas, Daniel Krueger, Erica Leohner, Brian Liang, Maria Lux, Nicholas Mullins, Eric Suh, Nicki Werner, Sarah Beth Woods, and Michael Woody. The MFA exhibition is both a requirement of the MFA program and an opportunity for the students to showcase their work. 

  • Elizabeth Catlett

    Elizabeth Catlett, an American sculptor who lived and worked in Mexico for most of her career, died Monday at age 96. Catlett was politically and artistically active during the civil rights movement and gave up her American citizenship to live in Mexico in the 1950s. Her work is internationally collected and she continued to create and show her work in the last years of her life.

  • Architecture and Beyond: Opportunities Abound by Lee W. Waldrep, Ph.D.

    In a recent article published on http://www.architectsuccess.com/, Assistant Director in the School of Architecture here at UIUC, Lee W. Waldrep discusses the myriad of career paths for architecture students.

  • The Google Art Project Expands

    Google announced today in a launch ceremony held at the Musee D’Orsay that it has expanded the Google Art Project’s online access to museums and artworks. The project is expanding upon its previous 1,000 images of works in 17 museums in 9 countries to more than 30,000 images from the collections of 151 museums in 40 countries.