At the Orpheum Children's Science Museum, we inspire, engage and educate children through exploration of science and the arts. We are in our 20th year of enriching our community through camps, after school clubs, special events, exhibits and field trips. The Orpheum has great birthday parties, facility rentals, and volunteer opportunities. We are located in downtown Champaign, Illinois.

The Orpheum is a community leader that unites schools, business, universities and community colleges, performance centers and groups, artists and the array of talent and resources prevalent in our community to enrich and enliven daily life of families and the community. There are many ways to get involved in helping the Orpheum maintain its successful role in the Champaign-Urbana community, including volunteering, becoming a member, and providing financial support.

Our home is the Orpheum Theatre, one of the finest historic buildings in central Illinois. This beloved facility is one of the best examples of adaptive reuse of an historic structure in the country. The New Orpheum Theatre opened on October 19, 1914 as both a vaudeville theater and a "moving picture" house. All the great stars of the Orpheum Theatre Circuit played Champaign, and it was considered to be the finest theater in downstate Illinois. The Orpheum is a one-third scale model of the opera hall at Versailles and one of the earliest designs of the prestigious architectural firm of Rapp and Rapp of Chicago. The theater closed in 1986 and stood vacant until 1989, when PACA began its campaign to save the theater. In 1992, it was purchased and renovated for a hands-on science museum. Museum doors were opened on December 27, 1994. The second phase of construction was completed in 2000, which included the vestibule, lobby, and mezzanine. The museum continues to grow, add new exhibits, and educational opportunities. We are currently planning for expanding the facility while renovating the theater through a generous matching grant by the National Park Service. We are proud to be a member of Museum at the Crossroads, which is a consorium of museums of Champaign County.Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Board of Governors" White/Black-Royal Blue

Shyama offers belly dance lessons of several varieties for beginning and intermediate learners. Lessons are made to fit each student, and are paced as the student needs.

Group classes are currently held Monday evenings at Hybrid Performance Arts in Lincoln Square Mall. Foundations is held at 5:30pm, and Intermediate at 6:30pm. Each class is $20. Private lessons are also available by request!

Available Lessons:

Beginner's Fusion
Intermediate/Advanced Fusion
Basic Choreography (learn a simple dance of Shyama's, or build one to your own music with Shyama)
Advanced Choreography (learn a complex dance of Shyama's, or build one to your own music with Shyama)
Metal Choreography (learn one of Shyama's personal metal choreographies)
Sword Dance
Veil Dance
Voi Spinning (space allowing. May have to be held outdoors)

Booking for performances is also available! Please contact me to host belly dance at your next event!Běžecké tretry Nike

Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion ( promotes a vibrant exchange of ideas in the visual arts. Located at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, KAM is the second largest general fine arts museum in Illinois. Our art exhibitions and dynamic programs appeal to students, educators, families and the community.

Kam's rich permanent collection contains over 10,000 artworks dating from the fourth millennium BC to the present. The museum is nationally recognized for our extensive collections of ancient Andean, European and American art, including twentieth-century paintings, photographs, and works on paper. Our recently renovated gallery, Encounters: The Arts of Africa, celebrates the global reach and contemporary relevance of the arts of Africa and its diasporas. These holdings, combined with collections of Asian, ancient Mediterranean, and medieval art, make KAM one of Illinois' premier cultural destinations.

To discover more, visit our website ( ), connect with us on Facebook ( ) or follow us on Twitter ( ).

KAM is located at the corner of Sixth St. and Peabody Dr. in Champaign. Parking is free on weekends and evenings after 6pm. At all other times, metered parking is available.Air Jordan

The UCIMC is an arts, music, and event space located in Downtown Urbana. Additionally, we also house a number of artists studios.

In the heart of downtown Urbana, Lincoln Square offers places to eat, shop, work, relax, and do business with plenty of parking. In addition, Lincoln Square is the perfect venue for all events, large or small. With its large, open spaces, numerous catering options, and hotel accommodations right next door, Lincoln Square offers everything you need for a great event.
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Historic, fully-renovated 1921 movie palace and live performance space in downtown Champaign offering a broad range of dance, concerts, speaking events, private parties, films, meetings and more. Home of the annual Roger Ebert's Film Festival. Available for rental by contacting the theatre office at the information below. 1463 seat capacity. Owned and operated by the Champaign Park District.Nike

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