Venues

Siebel Center for Design

Siebel Center for Design 1208 South 4th Street, Champaign, IL, United States

Digital illustrations - A collection of over 60 curated artworks in 10 digital galleries, spanning a mix of architecture themes, film genres, directors and eras. Memories of far-away places from our favorite films remain with us all our lives, imprinted in our heads, engrained in our hearts. “From Backdrop to Stardom: How Movies Create Memorable Spaces” offers fresh insights into

Cafe Kopi

Cafe Kopi 109 N. Walnut St., Champaign, IL, United States

TBD

Hopscotch Bakery + Market

Hopscotch Bakery + Market 802 W. John St., Champaign, IL, United States

Come celebrate our favorite art students from Southside! Artwork (felt donuts and ugly dolls) done with the amazing Mrs. Lozar!!! Work will be up for a month - viewing open during store hours. Friday, 4/12: 8am-2pm Saturday, 4/13: 8am-2pm Sunday, 4/14:  8am-2pm

Common Ground Food Cooperative

Common Ground Food Cooperative 300 S. Broadway Avenue Suite #166, Urbana, IL, United States

The Flatlander Art Gallery at Common Ground Food Co-op is featuring the installation from Krannert Art Museum and Booker T Washington STEM Academy 5th Graders. Over the course of two years, Krannert Art Museum and Booker T Washington STEM Academy have partnered to bring art making and exploration to students during the weekly Fabulous Friday program. Working with the same

Carle Park

Carle Park 400 W. Indiana Ave, Urbana, IL, United States

The Save Our Trees Public Art Activation at Carle Park in partnership with the Urbana Park District - Carle Park will be transformed into a public art installation for Boneyard weekend. Prairie Rivers Network, along with our members and community volunteers, will be tying ribbons around each and every one of the 300 trees within the park. Our goal is

Ascend Art360

VIRTUAL Featuring community youths and Interdisciplinary members. Designs inspired by Nature, Fiction/ non-fiction creatures, traditional crafts, Puzzle designs. Medium: paper, yarn, natural elements, found objects. The Exhibit will display Artworks (Visual/ Multimedia) by community and interdisciplinary members as part of the Collaborative ‘Conscious Designing Inquiry project’. Most displays are Repurposed crafts and Arts based on Nature Exhibit and a virtual

Spurlock Museum

Spurlock Museum 600 South Gregory, Urbana, IL, United States

Juxtapositioned III by Durango Mendoza Durango Mendoza (1945–2020) was an artist, photographer, and published writer of short stories and poetry. He was a resident of Illinois for about 50 years—first in Chicago, then Oak Park, then Urbana. Featuring photography, mixed media, and wooden sculpture. Durango's ideas about Indigenous identity are interwoven—juxtaposed—with his relationship with the world around him, reaching back

Urbana Free Library

The Urbana Free Library 210 West Green Street, Urbana, IL, United States

Featuring Red Herring Writers, CU BIPOC Artist Collective, & USD #116 Elementary School Art Exhibit! Writers from the Red Herring Fiction Workshop (Champaign-Urbana’s longest-running writing workshop) will share their work, with a rich variety of creative writing styles and topics included. The Red Herring Fiction Workshop has been meeting since 1980. They currently meet at the Champaign Public Library at

High Cross Art Studios

High Cross Studios 1101 N. High Cross rd., Urbana, IL, United States

The gallery area at High Cross Art Studio will display artwork from eight resident artists. During the designated times, someone will be available to describe the work, and to give a tour of the open studio spaces. At their convenience, artists will be available to discuss their work. Sylvia Arnstein Gary Beaumont Martha Churukian Kim Curtis Olly Greer Viktoria Ford

Champaign Public Library

Champaign Public Library 200 W Green St, Champaign, IL, United States

The Champaign-Urbana Spinners and Weavers Guild will be showing all the steps in the Spinning and Weaving process as a part of the Boneyard Arts Festival. In addition, other fiber arts including knitting, crochet, felting, and more will be shown. "Space! The Milky Way, Two Ways": Lobby installation by Adriane Binky Donley. Friday, April 12th: 9am–6pm Saturday, April 13th: 9am-6pm

The Literary

The Literary 122 N Neil Street, Champaign, IL, United States

TINY ART SHOW! Over 45 artists are showing 6"x 6" work based off of their favorite book. The mediums are all different and varying styles. Friday, 4/12: 9am-9pm Saturday, 4/13: 9am-9pm Sunday, 4/14: 9am-8pm

CU Woodshop Supply

CU Woodshop 1305 N McKinley Ave, Champaign, IL, United States

CU Woodshop Supply is an Oasis for the local woodworking community. Brian Knox and CU Woodshop Supply is presenting the finest work from featured woodworking artists in the local woodworking community. This exhibit features the amazing talents and creativity that this community has to offer in a wide variety of techniques, wood and associated materials. From furniture and wood turnings

Planted

Planted 16 E Washington Street, Champaign, IL, United States

1. Mary Bell of Woodmiration will be displaying a selection of original watercolor paintings and prints with a focus on landscape, nature, and plants. 2. Macy McCall of TwinFringe will be displaying a variety of wall hangings with weavings and macramé. She will also be displaying a collection of colorful, bohemian earrings made from recycled materials. 3. Jason Mack of

Suzu’s Bakery

Suzu's Bakery 114 North Walnut Street, Champaign, IL, United States

We invited the Suzu's staff to display their artwork! There will be a variety of different styles and media on display including ceramics, fiber art, illustrations, and more. Grab a snack from the counter and check out the artwork from our talented staff! Friday, 4/12: 10am-7pm Saturday, 4/13: 10am-7pm Sunday, 4/14: 10am-5pm

Esquire Lounge

Esquire Lounge 106 N Walnut, Champaign, United States

Stained glass by Allie Janae will be hanging in window alcoves. Friday, April 12th: 10am-12am Saturday, April 13th: 10am-12am Sunday, April 14th: 10am-12am