American Indian Studies Program

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  • There can be seen various dancers with side glances in red, blue, and cream attire. None of which look directly at the camera.
    • 7:00 pm
      2/10/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Main Level Galleries, 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    Danse Soirée de Bonbons – an offering of dance, music, art, treats, and conversation. Rebecca Nettl-Fiol presents short works from her repertoire from 2007-present, featuring songs by Jacques Brel. A reception follows each performance. Performances by Joe Bowie, Laura Chiaramonte, Roxane D’Orléans Juste, Jacob Henss, Rachel Rizzuto, plus Alex Tecza and Kato Lindholm

  • Oil on canvas by Nasrin Navab, Evin Ward 4, 1989. Tired female figures sitting around in a detention center/ward of some sort.
    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm
      2/11/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Lower Level, Hood Classroom, 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    All are welcome to join us for the opening reception for Reckless Law, Shameless Order at Krannert Art Museum. During the opening reception, artist Sarah Ross will moderate a gallery conversation among exhibiting artists about their experiences of police, courts, ICE, surveillance, and incarceration and how they use art to express realities of those experiences.

  • There can be seen various dancers with side glances in red, blue, and cream attire. None of which look directly at the camera.
    • 3:00 pm
      2/11/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Main Level Galleries, 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    Danse Soirée de Bonbons – an offering of dance, music, art, treats, and conversation. Rebecca Nettl-Fiol presents short works from her repertoire from 2007-present, featuring songs by Jacques Brel. A reception follows each performance. Performances by Joe Bowie, Laura Chiaramonte, Roxane D’Orléans Juste, Jacob Henss, Rachel Rizzuto, plus Alex Tecza and Kato Lindholm.

  • There can be seen various dancers with side glances in red, blue, and cream attire. None of which look directly at the camera.
    • 1:00 pm
      2/12/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Main Level Galleries, 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    Danse Soirée de Bonbons – an offering of dance, music, art, treats, and conversation. Rebecca Nettl-Fiol presents short works from her repertoire from 2007-present, featuring songs by Jacques Brel. A reception follows each performance. Performances by Joe Bowie, Laura Chiaramonte, Roxane D’Orléans Juste, Jacob Henss, Rachel Rizzuto, plus Alex Tecza and Kato Lindholm.

  • There can be seen various dancers with side glances in red, blue, and cream attire. None of which look directly at the camera.
    • 3:00 pm
      2/12/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Main Level Galleries, 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    Danse Soirée de Bonbons – an offering of dance, music, art, treats, and conversation. Rebecca Nettl-Fiol presents short works from her repertoire from 2007-present, featuring songs by Jacques Brel. A reception follows each performance. Performances by Joe Bowie, Laura Chiaramonte, Roxane D’Orléans Juste, Jacob Henss, Rachel Rizzuto, plus Alex Tecza and Kato Lindholm

  • Image of the Kuroshi ensemble, consists of the members Jason Finkleman, Saori Kataoka, Kavi Naidu, and Joy Yang. They are all smiling and looking ahead.
    • 5:30 pm
      2/17/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Lower Level, Auditorium (KAM 62), 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    Join us for a Sudden Sound Concert by the ensemble Kuroshio. Kuroshio is the continuous flow of creative spirit expressed by an ever-evolving ensemble of improvising artists of Asian descent who explore and contemplate diasporic histories through multilayered channels of sound and performance. Kuroshio features Jason Finkelman (percussion, laptop electronics), Joy Ya

  • A black and white image of Allison Parish glancing to the side.
    • 5:30 pm
      2/17/2022

    Join us for this virtual lecture by Allison Parrish presented as part of the School of Art + Design Visitors Series. Poet and computer programmer Allison discusses her recent experiments in computational manipulations of language in vector form, and argues that such representations make possible previously unknown varieties of linguistic expression and poetic experience.

  • Oil on canvas by Nasrin Navab, Evin Ward 4, 1989. Tired female figures sitting around in a detention center/ward of some sort.
    • 1:00 - 3:00 pm
      2/18/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Lower Level, Hood Classroom, 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    Join us for My Name is Inanna, a play by Ezzat Goushegir, the resident playwright of Chicago, performed by Maryam Abdi as part of the exhibition Reckless Law, Shameless Order: An Intimate Experience of Incarceration. There will be a Q & A after the show, moderated by Bob Jenkins.

  • Graphic Design of the Rest Lab created by Isabel Young. Has a graphing paper grid background overlaying a dark blue base. On the white graphing paper there can be seen doodles of stars (both filled in and hollow), clouds and other dots. Graphic Design expresses on three post-it notes (green, orange, and blue) that the pop-up lab will take place in the morning (from 10 am to 1pm) and the afternoon (from 1pm to 4pm).
    • All Day
      2/22/2022 - 2/26/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Main Level, Contemporary Gallery, 500 E Peabody Dr, Champaign, Illinois 61820

    Rest Lab is a week-long pop-up space to encourage resting with intention, situated in the Contemporary Gallery in the Krannert Art Museum. Morning Gallery | 10am–1pm Explore creative prompts that energize your body and mind. Afternoon Gallery | 1–4pm Slow down and recharge as the gallery lights dim and the space transforms.

  • LaPier
    • 3:30 pm
      2/23/2022
    • Room 62, Krannert Art Museum Auditorium

    Professor LaPier will discuss why there is no better time in history for Indigenous people to be telling and writing their own stories.

  • Image of speaker A. D Carson smiling toward the camera. He is wearing a black white sox cap, a blue graphic tee, and a dark grey cardigan over the tee.
    • 5:30 pm
      2/24/2022
    • Krannert Art Museum, Lower Level, Auditorium (KAM 62), 500 E Peabody Dr. Champaign, Illinois

    In the talk A.D. Carson will discuss the academically “peer-reviewed” rap album, i used to love to dream, its composition, development, and the process of publishing it with University of Michigan Press. He will also briefly discuss the projects that precede i used to love to dream—his 2017 dissertation album and digital archive, Owning My Masters: The Rhetorics of Rhym