Indonesian Students Club

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Sunday, April 25, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    Join Julie and Nathan Gunn, international performing artists and University of Illinois faculty members, for engaging conversation with special guests around contemporary topics in the arts.

    • 3:00 pm

    Few contemporary plays have been as widely performed and well-loved as Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters.

Monday, April 26, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    Join Julie and Nathan Gunn, international performing artists and University of Illinois faculty members, for engaging conversation with special guests around contemporary topics in the arts.

    • All Day

    • 12:00 - 3:00 pm
    • Chez Veteran's Center

    • 1:00 - 1:50 pm
    • Virtual via Zoom

    Learn how to set up the Grade Center so it reflects your specific course's policies. Once you know a few simple tips, you can customize the Grade Center to any course's needs. Registration is required.

    • 1:00 - 2:00 pm

    Mark your calendars for Preservation Week 2021, April 25-May 1, at the University of Illinois Library. These virtual events are free and open to the public.

  • Alison
    • 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    Join Julie and Nathan Gunn, international performing artists and University of Illinois faculty members, for engaging conversation with special guests around contemporary topics in the arts.

    • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
    • Innovation Studio, Rm 172, Armory Building

    Visit the Innovation Studio during open hours! Held twice a week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10am - 2pm. Experience 3D printing, Virtual Reality, Laser Cutting and more. Activities are free! 

  • Irani
    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm

    • 3:00 - 4:00 pm   Wed afternoon
    • online

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Friday, April 30, 2021

Saturday, May 1, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    Join Julie and Nathan Gunn, international performing artists and University of Illinois faculty members, for engaging conversation with special guests around contemporary topics in the arts.

    • All Day

    • All Day

    Illinois Theatre’s Great Scenes from American Kitchen Sink Theatre is a live streamed production that presents scenes from four kitchen sink theatre plays, all set in America between the early 20th century to present with a diversity of playwrights, characters, actors, ethnicities, and genders.

Sunday, May 2, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    Join Julie and Nathan Gunn, international performing artists and University of Illinois faculty members, for engaging conversation with special guests around contemporary topics in the arts.

    • All Day

    Illinois Theatre’s Great Scenes from American Kitchen Sink Theatre is a live streamed production that presents scenes from four kitchen sink theatre plays, all set in America between the early 20th century to present with a diversity of playwrights, characters, actors, ethnicities, and genders.

Monday, May 3, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    Join Julie and Nathan Gunn, international performing artists and University of Illinois faculty members, for engaging conversation with special guests around contemporary topics in the arts.

    • 1:00 - 1:50 pm
    • Virtual via Zoom

    Run reports on almost anything in your course! Whether you seek performance data for a specific test question or detailed comprehensive grades for 1000+ students, Compass's reporting function can lend real insights. Registration is required.

    • 1:00 - 1:10 pm
    • https://illinois.zoom.us/j/81410164935?pwd=RTlnUFNEVStMdnFKSjVrUG9JMXJHdz09

  • Gold
    • 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    Join Julie and Nathan Gunn, international performing artists and University of Illinois faculty members, for engaging conversation with special guests around contemporary topics in the arts.

    • All Day

    • All Day

    • All Day

    • All Day

    • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
    • Innovation Studio, Rm 172, Armory Building

    Visit the Innovation Studio during open hours! Held twice a week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10am - 2pm. Experience 3D printing, Virtual Reality, Laser Cutting and more. Activities are free! 

    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm

    Please join us for the AI Infodemic Reading Group, where will we survey several readings and other media over the course of the semester related to the topic of AI and information systems, data, curation, classification, and discovery.

    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Wed afternoon
    • online

    In this short online course you will learn how to use some of the data analysis features and tools in Excel 2016. Topics will include learning the basics of PivotTables; using subtotals in a list of data; setting up data validation rules; using Goal Seek, Solver, and Scenarios.

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

    This 2 hour Outlook Calendar live workshop, participants will learn to schedule & edit appointments; work with calendar labels and tasks displayed on the Calendar. We will schedule with the Scheduling Assistant, practice scheduling a conference room, and discuss scheduling Online Meetings, and discuss calendar permissions.

    • 4:00 pm
    • Krannert Center Amphitheatre

    Combining elements of comedy and empathy, The Last American Hammer tells the story of a failed rural community in Ohio’s rust belt. Its bluegrass-infused score features strings, mandolin, and banjo.

    • 6:00 - 7:00 pm
    • Zoom

Thursday, May 6, 2021

Friday, May 7, 2021

Saturday, May 8, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    • All Day

    The Theatre Studies New Work Festival provides an opportunity for three teams of Illinois Theatre students serving as playwright, director, and dramaturg to collaborate in the development and production of a substantial piece of theatre.

Sunday, May 9, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    • All Day

    The Theatre Studies New Work Festival provides an opportunity for three teams of Illinois Theatre students serving as playwright, director, and dramaturg to collaborate in the development and production of a substantial piece of theatre.

Monday, May 10, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    • 1:00 - 1:50 pm
    • Virtual via Zoom

    Schedule a 10-minute wellness check of your course! Using Zoom breakout rooms, our experts will review your settings and help you finish the semester strong. Registration is required.

    • 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    • 3:00 - 4:00 pm   Wed afternoon
    • online

    Join us in a one-hour online session to learn about the basic features of Zoom. This session is aimed for first time or beginner users.

    • 3:30 - 5:00 pm

    • 4:00 - 5:00 pm

    Join the 2020 Beckman Institute Graduate Fellows to five-minute talks about their interdisciplinary, collaborative research.

Thursday, May 13, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm   Thurs morning
    • online

    A properly designed database makes it easier to work with up-to-date, accurate information. Investing the time required to learn the principles of good relational database design ensures that you will end up with a database that meets your needs and can easily accommodate change. This online workshop provides guidelines for planning an Access database.

    • 10:00 am
    • https://illinois.zoom.us/j/83436850342?pwd=UDFOVzA1UXVvK0FmeFZLYTd3RkY3UT09

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Th afternoon
    • UIUC -- online

    Microsoft Teams is a communications tool available through MS Office 365. During this two-hour online workshop, we will learn how to navigate the Teams environment and communicate with others in Teams. We will practice participating in online Teams meetings, and discuss sharing screens and files during meetings. We will create a team and channels.

Friday, May 14, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

    • All Day

Saturday, May 15, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • 8:30 am

    • All Day

Sunday, May 16, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

  • flyer the great artdoors
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Two sculptures from the Great ARTdoors Program 2020 are now on view in the front lobby of the Spurlock Museum. The pieces, Kinsey Fitzgerald’s Mother and Child and Ja Nelle Davenport-Pleasure’s Seeds of Injustice, were commissioned by the Great ARTdoors Program in 2020, as part of a collaboration between the Spurlock Museum, 40North, Urbana Arts and Culture, Urbana Park Di

    • All Day

Monday, May 17, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • All Day

    • All Day

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Tues afternoon
    • online

    In this 2-hour online course learn how to create and work with Access forms. Create a new form using the form wizard and explore layout and design view. Add and modify form controls including a calculated control and lookup control.

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Wed afternoon
    • online

    In this 2-hour short course you will learn how to add, divide, multiply, and subtract by entering formulas into Excel 2016 worksheets. Other topics will include an exploration of just a few of the hundreds of functions available in Excel. We will learn how to find a specific function, as well as how to get help while entering arguments.

Thursday, May 20, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm   Thurs. morning
    • online

    This 2-hour online class introduces the Access query object.  Topics include working in design view; creating a simple query by adding and removing fields and adding criterion. We will create multi-table queries; calculated fields and set field properties; explore a totals query, parameter query, and action queries.

Friday, May 21, 2021

Saturday, May 22, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

Sunday, May 23, 2021

  • blues dancing
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Like other branches of African American vernacular dances such as Chicago Steppin’, Hip Hop, and Lindy Hop, the roots of Blues dance originated from African and African American dance traditions. Included in the exhibit are artworks by contemporary artists, archival photographs, and video interviews.

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

Monday, May 24, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm   Tues afternoon
    • online

    In this 2-hour online workshop we will explore the whole set of features for managing information in tables in Excel 2016. These features make all the typical tabular manipulations—sorting, filtering, analyzing, and formatting, easier than ever.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm   Wed morning
    • online

    In this 2-hour online class, learn how to create a basic Access report, and explore layout and design view.  In design view add controls and set properties for those controls; learn about calculated controls, apply sort & group feature to report data, finish up with graphics (themes and conditional formatting).

Thursday, May 27, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • All Day

    • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm   Thurs morning
    • online

    In this 2-hour online workshop, you will learn how to select data in a worksheet and work with Chart tools to customize the chart type, chart layout, and chart style that best represents the selected data. Once the chart is exactly the way you want it, we will learn how to save it as a template to use again.

    • 2:00 - 3:00 pm   Thurs afternoon
    • online

    In this new 1-hour online course, you will learn about conditional formatting of data in Excel 2016. Topics will also include applying special formatting to numbers.

Friday, May 28, 2021

Saturday, May 29, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

Sunday, May 30, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

Monday, May 31, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

  • monotype print
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    In his new work, A World Through Windows, Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad explores how the "pandemic has reduced our sense of space and our spheres of influence," even while it has "increased our connectivity around the world" (Mourad). Using a technique that uses monotype on fabric, ink drawing, and sculpture, Mourad has created an original and exciting experience.

    • All Day

    • All Day

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

    • All Day

    Based on Henry James’ novel of the same name, The Turn of the Screw is a classic ghost story that touches on contemporary issues, including the loss of innocence amidst situations of anarchy. When premiered in 1954, the work’s disturbing nature was a novelty in the opera world, and it continues to be one of the most popular and frequently performed operas in English.

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

    • All Day

    Based on Henry James’ novel of the same name, The Turn of the Screw is a classic ghost story that touches on contemporary issues, including the loss of innocence amidst situations of anarchy. When premiered in 1954, the work’s disturbing nature was a novelty in the opera world, and it continues to be one of the most popular and frequently performed operas in English.

    • 2:00 pm
    • Zoom

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Friday, June 4, 2021

Saturday, June 5, 2021

  • debates decisions demands
    • All Day
    • 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois

    Explore campaign memorabilia and learn about the Women's Suffrage Movement and Jim Crow voter suppression. Includes three poster exhibits: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, from the New-York Historical Society, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, from the National Archives, and Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence from the Smithsonian.

    • All Day

    Based on Henry James’ novel of the same name, The Turn of the Screw is a classic ghost story that touches on contemporary issues, including the loss of innocence amidst situations of anarchy. When premiered in 1954, the work’s disturbing nature was a novelty in the opera world, and it continues to be one of the most popular and frequently performed operas in English.