visual arts

Monday, February 22, 2021 - 5:00pm

Dina Griffin
Dina became president of Interactive Design Architects (IDEA) in 1999. Her experience in educational, municipal and corporate projects contributes significantly to the firm’s capacities and her adept leadership and collaborative skills are invaluable to all projects, especially those with multiple stakeholder groups. She often oversees interior architecture, FF&E and finishing details on projects, in addition to her duties managing the firm’s daily operation.

Dina became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2018. She is active in the community as a board member of the Chicago Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and a former member of the Board of Directors for the Illinois Chapter. Dina is also past president of the Illinois Chapter of the National Organization for Minority Architects. Dina currently serves on the Illinois Architect Licensing Board, is a member of the Advisory Board for Contract Magazine and is a member of the Leadership Advisory Committee for The Art Institute of Chicago whose primary mission is to bring the arts to underserved neighborhoods in the City of Chicago.

Kathryn Anthony

Kathryn Anthony is a Professor at the Illinois School of Architecture, where she teaches, conducts research, and writes about how spaces and places affect people. Her expertise focuses on such topics as social and behavioral factors in design, gender and race in contemporary architecture, and entrepreneurship in design. She has also developed a new seminar on architecture, cinema, environment, and behavior. Her research has spawned award-winning books, Design Juries on Trial: The Renaissance of the Design Studio and Designing for Diversity: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the Architectural Profession. She recently co-authored Shedding New Light on Art Museum Additions: Front Stage and Back Stage Experiences, with Altaf Engineer.

One of Professor Anthony's latest books is Defined by Design: The Surprising Power of Hidden Gender, Age, and Body Bias in Everyday Products and Places. It demonstrates how design shapes our lives in ways most of us would never imagine—affecting our comfort, our self-image, and even our health.

She is the recipient of the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from Chicago Women in Architecture. The award recognizes her 40-year career as educator, researcher and author who amplified the conversation about how spaces and places affect people—chiefly addressing issues of gender and diversity in design.

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Thursday, February 4, 2021 - 5:30pm
Virtual

With renewed calls for racial justice, many arts institutions seek to “do good” in support of Black Lives Matter and other movements to end systemic racism. Commonly considered liberal bastions, the arts are nonetheless strongly associated with white privilege and elite status. Nowhere is this truer than in the arts education pipeline. In this lecture, Dr. Amelia M. Kraehe discusses white liberalism as an ideological stance that masks racism in contemporary K-20 arts education before introducing abolitionism as a contemporary praxis grounded in a Black radical tradition to move the arts beyond gestures of goodwill and toward racial justice.

Bio:

Dr. Amelia M. Kraehe is Associate Professor of Art and Visual Culture Education and Co-director of Racial Justice Studio at The University of Arizona and co-editor of The Palgrave Handbook of Race and the Arts in Education. Her scholarship, teaching, and public engagement focus on how the arts and arts education can challenge, but also reinforce, systems of inequality. She explores this seeming contradiction by investigating the ways in which the arts, as both
a disciplinary discourse and as creative cultural practices, mediate social movements, ideological formation and transformation, identity and agency. Her forthcoming book is Race and Art Education (Davis Publications).
https://art. Arizona.edu/people/directory/akraehe/

Sponsored by: School of Art & Design Visitors Committee
Francis P. Rohlen Visiting Artist Fund, College of Fine & Applied Arts

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Thursday, January 28, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Virtual Event

Join exhibiting artist Bea Nettles and Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Amy L. Powell for a virtual gallery conversation covering fifty years of Nettles’s experimental photographic techniques and formats.

Registration
This event will be in English and take place via Zoom. Registration is required.

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Accessibility
Krannert Art Museum endeavors to be accessible to all. This virtual event will be closed captioned via Zoom. If you have questions or would like to request an accessibility accommodation, please email kam-accessibility@illinois.edu.

Free (donations accepted)

Sponsored by Krannert Art Museum

Phone: 217-333-1861

Email: kam-info@illinois.edu

Website: kam.illinois.edu

Friday, February 15, 2019 - 6:00pm to Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 10:00pm
123 W. Main St., Urbana, IL

The Art MA show (X-Rated Art)
Depiction of the human form has been part of art as long as there have been artists. The power, beauty, vulnerability, and sometimes humor of nudity has a universal appeal, because deep down we have that much in common. But today, there are few venues for local artists to share works that are of a more intimate or graphic nature. “The X-rate show” seeks to provide such an opportunity to a diverse group of local artists to share with the general public their celebration of the human body. This exhibit will feature X-Rated, Sexual, and Lowbrow Art for Mature Audience ONLY! Hosting artists include Phil Strang, Cindy Blair Sampson, Marc-Anthony Macon, Ralph Roether, and Laura Anne Welle. All of these artists have participated in 40North events and most have been Ace Award nominees at some time.
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Monday, January 14, 2019 - 2:45pm to Wednesday, February 20, 2019 - 5:00pm

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Thursday, January 17, 2019 - 7:00pm
Krannert Art Museum 500 E Peabody Dr, Champaign, IL 61820

8 to Create is hosting our first Alumni Gallery at Krannert Art Museum featuring works of former 8 to Create participants. These artworks were each created within 8 hours at one of our five previous Live Art Shows, which take place every spring.

Join us Thursday, January 17th from 7:00-8:30pm for our opening night reception. There will be relaxing music and complimentary food.

The Gallery will be open for viewing from January 14th through March 1st.

*Located in the Hood Gallery downstairs*

Featured Artists:
Angelo Martinez
Deanne Wortman
Shelby Shadwell
Ghislaine Fremaux
Hong Chun Zhang
Jason Bentley
Allen Creamean
Rachel Newell
Elliott Stokes
Kira Schnitzler
EKAH
Emmanuel Obadiah
Vivian Le
Frank Vega

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/299741637340746/

Opens to public: January 14. 2019 - March 1, 2019
Opening reception:
January 17, 2019, Thursday
7pm - 8:30pm
Krannert Art Museum
Hood Gallery (Lower Level)
500 E Peabody Dr, Champaign, IL 61820/Nike_7_1

Saturday, March 2, 2019 - 9:00am
Krannert Art Museum, 500 E Peabody Dr.

Panels will be presenting on their topics as part of the Graduate Student Art History Symposium Fictions and Frictions: The Politics and Power of Narrative. For more information, please visit sahauiuc58.wixsite.com/frictions-frictions. This event is free (donations accepted) and open to the public. Please visit http://kam.illinois.edu for more information about the museum.

Sponsored in part by the Society for Art History and Archaeology.
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Friday, March 1, 2019 - 5:30pm
KAM Lower Level, Auditorium

This scholar talk is a presentation by Hannah Feldman, Associate Professor of Art History, Northwestern University. This talk is the keynote address for the Graduate Student Art History Symposium Fictions and Frictions: The Politics and Power of Narrative. This event is free (donations accepted) and open to the public. Please visit http://kam.illinois.edu for more information. This event is free (donations accepted) and open to the public. Please visit http://kam.illinois.edu for more information.

Sponsored in part by the School of Art + Design Visitors Committee and Society for Art History & Archaeology.
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Thursday, February 28, 2019 - 6:00pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 E Peabody Dr.

Celebrate the opening of KAM’s spring special exhibitions with the reception at 6:00pm. Visit the newly opened exhibitions before or after the reception in KAM’s galleries.

The reception will be held from 6-7, and the galleries will remain open until 9pm. You can visit the exhibitions during normal museum hours as well, 9am until 5pm Monday through Saturday, and until 9pm Thursday.

This event is free (donations accepted) and open to the public. Please visit http://kam.illinois.edu for more information.知らないとオヤジ認定される36の若者言葉【随時更新】 , メンズファッションメディア

Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 5:30pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, IL 61820

Join us for a talk from Matt Kenyon, new media artist, “The Ethics and Aesthetics of Accumulation and Waste.” This event is free (donations accepted) and open to the public. Please visit http://kam.illinois.edu for more information.

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