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Events at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from March 15 through April 8


Released 3/9/2007
lectures
26 Monday
“Bones of Contention: The Making and Meaning of a National Hero (Vasil Levski).” Maria Todorova, UI. 7:30 p.m. Ballroom, Alice Campbell Alumni Center, 601 S. Lincoln Ave., Urbana. Center for Advanced Study.

27 Tuesday
“Ninth Letter: A Unique Literary Arts Magazine.” Jodee Stanley, UI. Noon. Latzer Hall, University YMCA. Know Your University.

“The Memory of the Holocaust and the Arab-Israeli Conflict.” Idith Zertal, University of Basel. 7:30 p.m. Reading Room, Levis Faculty Center. Jewish Culture and Society and South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

29 Thursday
“In the Wake of ‘The Nigger Pixie’: Dave Chappell and the High Cost of De Facto Crossover.” Bambi Haggins, University of Michigan. 5 p.m. Lucy Ellis Lounge, 1080 Foreign Languages Building. Cinema Studies.

“The Church and Politics.” Charles Curran, Southern Methodist University. 8 p.m. Spurlock Museum auditorium. Program for the Study of Religion.

30 Friday
“A Multitude of Blessings: A Christian Approach to Religious Diversity.” Cynthia M. Campbell, McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago. Noon. Latzer Hall, University YMCA. Friday Forum.

“The Domestication of Wild Religions.” Daniel C. Dennett, Tufts University. 4 p.m. 112 Gregory Hall. Philosophy.

3 Tuesday
“Second Annual C-U Edible Books Festival.” Noon. Latzer Hall, University YMCA. Know Your University.

6 Friday
“Forgiveness and Politics: An Ethic for Enemies.” Don Shriver, Union Theological Seminary, New York City. Noon. Latzer Hall, University YMCA. Friday Forum.

“Rethinking the Cold War in the Middle East.” Rashid Khalidi, Columbia University. 4 p.m. Third floor, Levis Faculty Center. MillerComm and Program in South Asian & Middle Eastern Studies.

8 Sunday
“Accelerating Discovery and Innovation: Designing Creativity Support Tools.” Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland, College Park. 3 p.m. Room 126, Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

colloquia
15 Thursday
“The Novel After Terrorism: Testimony From El Salvador.” William Castro, UI. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

“Interfacing Chemistry With Biology for the 21st Century.” Kim Janda, Scripps Research Institute. Noon. 192 Lincoln Hall. Chemical Biology.

“Generations and Generationing in Families, Labour Markets and Welfare States: Aging Policy in Canada, France and Britain.” Susan McDaniel, University of Windsor. 3 p.m. 336 Lincoln Hall. Sociology.

“Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Carbon Nanotubes Interfaced With Silicon Surfaces.” Peter M. Albrecht, UI. 3 p.m. 2269 Beckman. Nanoelectronics and Biophotonics.

“The Uncanny Physics of Superhero Comic Books.” James Kakalios, University of Minnesota. 4 p.m. 141 Loomis Lab. Physics.

“European Union Trade Policy and the Fate of the GATS Trade Negotiations.” Robert Thompson, UI. 4 p.m. 319 Gregory Hall. Global Studies, European Union Center, Arms Control, Disarmament and International Security, and LAS Global Studies Initiative.

19 Monday
“A Comparative Approach to Cancer Biology and Therapy.” Chand Khana, DVM. Noon. 80 Small Animal Clinic. Translational Biomedical Research Seminar/Veterinary Medicine.

“Sequential Silylcarbocyclization/Silicon-Based Cross-Coupling Reactions.” Jack Hung-Chang Liu, UI; and “Total Synthesis of Papulacandin D: Application of a Fluoride-Free, Silicon-Based Cross-Coupling Reaction.” Chris Regens. UI. 4 p.m. 116 Roger Adams Laboratory. Organic Chemistry.

22 Thursday
“Tandem One-Pot Allylic, Vinylic C-H Activation.” Jared Delcamp, UI; and “Nanofiltration Membranes Modified With Rigid Star Amphiphiles.” Yunyi Lu, UI. 4 p.m. 116 Roger Adams Laboratory. Organic Chemistry.

26 Monday
“Nanoparticles for Targeted Cancer Therapy.” Jianjun Cheng, UI. Noon. 80 Small Animal Clinic. Translational Biomedical Research Seminar, Veterinary Medicine.

“Historical Materials and Research on Premodern Japan.” Ishigami Eichi, Tokyo University Historiographical Institute. 1 p.m. Lucy Ellis Lounge,
1080 Foreign Language Building. East Asian Languages and Cultures.

“Information Retrieval in Context.” Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research. 4 p.m. 1404 Siebel Center. Computer Science.

27 Tuesday
“Between Ramallah and Tel Aviv: Gay Palestinians and the Politics and Performance of Race and Sexuality in Israel-Palestine.” Jason Ritchie, UI. Noon. Lucy Ellis Lounge, 1080 Foreign Languages Building. South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

“ ‘It’s Worse Than the War’: Crime, Talk and Transition in El Salvador’s Postwar Era.” Ellen Moodie, UI. 3:30 p.m. 356 Armory Building. Arms Control, Disarmament and International Security.

28 Wednesday
“Mining Stream and Sensor Data.” Spiros Papadimitriou, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. 10 a.m. 2405 Siebel Center. Computer Science.

“African Studies: Perspectives From Veterinary Biosciences.” Val Beasley, UI. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. African Studies.

“Silence as Discourse: Gender, Violence and Honor in Stories From Lahaul, India.” Himika Bhattacharya, UI. Noon. 911 S. Sixth Street. Gender and Women’s Studies.

“Regulation of Axon Guidance Receptor Expression and Function in the Developing Drosophila Nervous System.” Greg Bashaw, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Noon. B102 Chemical and Life Sciences Lab. Cell & Developmental Biology.

“Technical Visionaries: Engineering Insights Into Creativity and Innovation.” Raymond Price, UI. Noon. Call 333-2595 for location. Engineering and Technology Studies.

“Choice of Routes in Congested Traffic Networks: Experimental Tests of the Braess Paradox.” Amnon Rapoport, University of Arizona. 2 p.m. 1040 NCSA. Age of Networks/Supercomputing Applications.

“Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism.” Amos Guiora, Case Western Reserve University. 3 p.m. 384 Armory. Arms Control, Disarmament and International Security.

“Effects of Exercise on Hypothalamic Signaling and Food Intake: Lessons From the OLETF Rat.” Tim H. Moran, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 4 p.m. 103 Mumford Hall. Nutritional Sciences.

29 Thursday
“Tax Policies, the Underground Economy and Income Distribution.” Marcelo Arbex. UI. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

“Starting and Stopping Archaeal Transcription.” John Reeve, Ohio State University. 4 p.m. B102, Chemical and Life Sciences Laboratory. Microbiology.

“Design and Evaluation of Millimeter-wave Power Amplifier MMICs.” Francois Colomb, Raytheon. 4 p.m. 151 Everitt Lab. Electrical and Computer Engineering.

30 Friday
“Shock and Vibration in Rail and Other Transport Modes.” Bill Shust, Objective Engineers Inc. 11:45 a.m. 335 Grainger Engineering Library. William W. Hay Railroad Engineering Seminar/Civil and Environmental Engineering.

“Bioimaging, Contrast Agents and Delivery of Therapeutics.” Ken Watkin, UI. Noon. 1005 Beckman Institute. Beckman Institute.

“Heme Utilization by Bacterial Pathogens: A Novel Antimicrobial Target?” Angela Wilks, University of Maryland, Baltimore. Noon. B102 Chemical and Life Sciences Auditorium. Biochemistry.

2 Monday
“Economic Advances of Immigration.” Geoffrey Hewings, UI. Noon. 210 Illini Union. Women and Gender in Global Perspectives and Democracy in a Multiracial Society.

“Evolution in the Test Tube as a Means to Create Useful Biocatalysts.” Manfred Reetz, Max-Planck-Institut fur Kohlenforschung. 4 p.m. 116 Roger Adams Laboratory. Organic Chemistry.

3 Tuesday
“Appropriating the Past: Language, Archaeology and Ideology in Central and South Asia.” Hans Henrich Hock, UI. Noon. Lucy Ellis Lounge, 1080 Foreign Languages Building. South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

“Liberal Reform in an Illiberal Regime: The Creation of Private Property in Russia, 1906-1915.” Judge Stephen Williams, U.S. Court of Appeals. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Russian, East European and Eurasian Center.

“An Introduction to Perceptual Control Theory: A Show and Tell About a Copernican View of Behavior and Its Implications for Research” Gary Cziko, UI. Noon. 210A Education Building. CSTL Division/Education.

“Terrorists: Deterring States That Can’t Live Without Them.” Lt. Col. Chris Eisenbies and Lt. Col. Sean Frisbee. 3:30 p.m. 356 Armory Building. Arms Control, Disarmament and International Security.

“Visual Modulation: Effects of Circadian Clocks and Olfactory Input.” Lei Li, University of Notre Dame. 4 p.m. 1005 Beckman. Neuroscience Program.

4 Wednesday
“Perspectives From Library Sciences and International Library Programs.” Barbara Ford and Susan Schnuer, UI. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. African Studies.

“Pictures of Traces of Places, People and Groups: Recent Work From the Microsoft Research Community Technologies Group.” Marc Smith, Microsoft Research. 2 p.m. 1040 NCSA. Age of Networks/Supercomputing Applications.

“Vaccinating Ad Hoc Networks Against Misbehaving Nodes.” Matthias Hollick, Technische Universitaet Darmstadt. 4 p.m. 3405 Siebel Center. Information Trust Institute.

“Combination of Dietary Tomato and Broccoli Are Effective Growth Inhibitors of Prostate Cancer.” Kirstie A.-M. Canene-Adams, UI. 4 p.m. 103 Mumford Hall. Nutritional Sciences.

5 Thursday
“Prostitution in Early Twentieth-Century Brazil: A Case of Tolerance and Repression.” Simone Dasilva. UI. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

“Biribi: the History of a Cultural Imaginary.” Dominique Kalifa, Universite Charles de Gaulle. Lille III. 3:30 p.m. 217 Illini Union. French.

“Statistical Mechanics of the Genetic Code: A Glimpse of the Emergence of Life.” Nigel Goldenfeld, UI. 4 p.m. 141 Loomis Lab. Physics.

“The Molecular Basis of Eukaryotic Transcription.” Roger Kornberg, Stanford School of Medicine. 4 p.m. 274 MSB Auditorium. Ada Doisy Lecture/Biochemistry.

“Verification of Complex Analog Integrated Circuits.” Henry Chang, Designer’s Guide Consulting. 4 p.m. 151 Everitt Laboratory. Electrical and Computer Engineering.

A Taste of Art. “Making History.” Anne D. Hedeman, UI. 6 p.m. Krannert Art Museum Auditorium. Krannert Art Museum Council.

6 Friday
“Beyond the Double Helix: Reading and Writing the “Histone Code.” ” Charles David Allis, The Rockefeller University, New York. Noon. 274 MSB Auditorium. Ada Doisy Lecture/Biochemistry.

“Some Properties of Reputation as a Governance Mechanism in Social Networks.” Ronald Burt, University of Chicago. 2 p.m. 1040 NCSA. Age of Networks/Supercomputing Applications.

“Extraterritoriality and Just War Theory: Rhetoric and Belief in Transnational Warfare.” Colin Flint, UI. 3 p.m. 336 Lincoln Hall. Political Science, Sociology, Geography, Urban and Regional Planning and Global Studies.

theater
29 Thursday
“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Obsessed with his own well-being, Argan becomes the object of ridicule in Molière’s comedy of a hypochondriac sure of his imminent demise. Squandering his family fortune on pills and elixirs, Argan goes so far as to offer his daughter’s hand in order to acquire the most fawning medical attention. This production transfers events from 1673 France to the health-obsessed America of 1900. Admission charge.

30 Friday
“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

31 Saturday
“DynamO Theatre: me me me....” 3 p.m. Colwell Playhouse, Krannert Center. With a talented mix of mimes, jugglers, gymnasts and more, DynamO Théâtre excels in the art of imaginative storytelling through acrobatic movement. In me me me,’ parents and children alike will delight in the adventures of Mathilde, an enthusiastic student who attempts to overcome rejection with an unexpected move that takes an entire school by surprise. Recommended for ages 8 through 12. Admission charge.

“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

1 Sunday
“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 3 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge. Dessert and Conversation: 2 p.m. Krannert Room.

4 Wednesday
“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

5 Thursday
“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

6 Friday
“Reefer Madness.” 7:30 and 11:45 p.m. 160 Armory. The ‘hit’ musical inspired by the anti-marijuana film of the 1930s. Armory Free Theatre.

“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

7 Saturday
“Wonderful Town.” 7:30 p.m. Assembly Hall Star Theatre. The city lights. The humming traffic. The bustling crowds. There is nothing like the first time you land in New York City. The delightful tale of two sisters, Ruth and Eileen. They’re fresh off the bus from Ohio, ready to follow their dreams, fall in love and take New York by storm. With a score by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green and a book by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov, the show is a fast and funny big-city adventure and a glorious celebration. Part of the News-Gazette Broadway Series. Admission charge.

“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge. Dessert and Conversation: 6:30 p.m. Krannert Room.

“Reefer Madness.” 7:30 p.m. 160 Armory. The ‘hit’ musical inspired by the anti-marijuana film of the 1930s. Armory Free Theatre.

music
15 Thursday
Thursdays at Twelve Twenty Concert. Tito Carrillo Jazz Combo. 12:20 p.m. Beckman Institute atrium. School of Music.

UI Symphony Orchestra. Donald Schleicher, director, and Ian Hobson, guest conductor. With Jinah Lee, piano. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

16 Friday
Jazz Forum. UI Stephens Combo and UI Jazz Trombone Ensemble. Noon. 25 Smith Hall.

Junior Recital. Lindsay Gomes, oboe. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

17 Saturday
Senior Music Education Recital. Ivy Thomas, cello. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

28 Wednesday
Senior Recital. Jisoo Park, piano. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

29 Thursday
Thursdays at Twelve Twenty Concert. Ketaruh Bixby, harp. 12:20 p.m. Beckman Institute atrium. School of Music.

“Sudden Sound Concert.” 7:30 p.m. Krannert Art Museum. The trio Straylight features Geoff Gersh, Charles Cohen and Jason Finkelman, who uniquely combine guitar techniques, analog Buchla synthesizer, and African and Brazilian percussion respectively, and have been improvising and creating music for dance and film since 1992. Krannert Art Museum.

Enescu Ensemble. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. An evening of string chamber music of various composers. School of Music.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Trent Jacobs, bassoon. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

30 Friday
Master of Music Recital. Daniel Chaim Pozzebon, tenor. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

31 Saturday
Guest Artist Recital. Arte Bella. 1 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall. Charlotte Mattax, director and harpsichord; Sherezade Panthaki, soprano; and Benjamin Hayek, viola da gamba.

Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. Leon Fleisher, conductor and piano. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Fleisher leads this European ensemble in symphonies by Boccherini and Haydn. Admission charge. Prelude with Leon Fleisher and members of the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. 6:30 p.m. Tryon Festival Theater, Krannert Center.

1 Sunday
Graduate Recital in Vocal Coaching and Accompanying. Yukiko Kaneko, piano. 11 a.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital in Vocal Coaching and Accompanying. Jennifer Garrett, piano. 1 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Sara Giovanelli, horn. 1:30 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

UI Percussion Ensemble. William Moersch, director. 3 p.m. Tryon Festival Theater, Krannert Center. Featuring recent music for large percussion orchestra with the UI Chamber Singers, Fred Stoltzfus, conductor. Admission charge. School of Music.

Doctor of Musical Arts Project Recital. Elivi Varga, flute. 5 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Lesley Hastings, clarinet. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Brass Chamber Music Recital. 7:30 p.m. Music Building auditorium.
Concerto Urbano. Charlotte Mattax, director. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

2 Monday
Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Min-Li Hwang, cello. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Guest Artist Recital. 7:30 p.m. Music Building auditorium. Members of the Romanian News Music Ensemble.

3 Tuesday
Faculty Recital. James Pugh, trombone. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. An evening of jazz trombone. Admission charge. School of Music.

4 Wednesday
Concerto Urbano. Charlotte Mattax, director. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Vocal and instrumental chamber works of the Baroque era played on period instruments. Admission charge. School of Music.

Master of Music Recital. Bomi Lim, piano. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Studio Recital. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall. Cello students of Ann Zettervall.

5 Thursday
Thursdays at Twelve Twenty Concert. Graduate Brass Quintet. 12:20 p.m. Beckman Institute atrium. School of Music.

Chick Corea and Gary Burton. 7:30 p.m. Tryon Festival Theater, Krannert Center. To celebrate the 35th anniversary of their groundbreaking first duo album, these consummate musicians meet again for melodic and harmonic exploration that promises inventiveness, depth, and astounding spirit. Admission charge.

Master of Music Recital. Chen-Yu Huang, harp. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Haejin Song. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

6 Friday
Jazz Forum. Jeff Parker, jazz guitar. Noon. 25 Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Aki Otake, piano. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Senior Recital. Andrew Dixon, jazz saxophone. 7:30 p.m. 25 Smith Hall.

7 Saturday
Senior Recital. Drew Fredrickson, tuba. 5 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

Junior Recital. Andrew Schurman, jazz saxophone. 5 p.m. 25 Smith Hall.

Graduate Recital. Nicholas DelVillano and Anne Kovarik, trumpet. 5:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra. Steven Larsen, music director and conductor, and Ronald Hedlund, bass-baritone. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

dance
29 Thursday
Mark Morris Dance Group: “Dido and Aeneas.” 7:30 p.m. Tryon Festival Theater, Krannert Center. An evening-length work complete with live musical accompaniment by the MMDG Music Ensemble and the UI Chamber Singers. Admission charge.

30 Friday
Mark Morris Dance Group: “Dido and Aeneas.” 7:30 p.m. Tryon Festival Theater, Krannert Center. An evening-length work complete with live musical accompaniment by the MMDG Music Ensemble and the UI Chamber Singers. Admission charge.

sports
(to confirm times, go to www.fightingillini.com)
25 Sunday
Women’s Tennis. UI vs. Michigan State University. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

31 Saturday
Men’s Tennis. UI vs. Northwestern University. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

4 Wednesday
Men’s Tennis. UI vs. University of Kentucky. 3 p.m. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

7 Saturday
Women’s Tennis. UI vs. Pennsylvania State University. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

8 Sunday
Women’s Tennis. UI vs. University of Michigan. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

et cetera
16 Friday
“A New Social Contract for Working Families and the Economy.” Thomas Kochan, MIT. Noon. Wagner Education Center, Labor and Industrial Relations, 504 E. Armory Ave., Champaign. Labor and Industrial Relations.

17 Saturday
Spanish Time at Public Libraries. 1 p.m. Douglass Meeting Room, Douglass Branch Library, 504 E. Grove St., Champaign. Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

29 Thursday
“Gender Matters: Re-Reading Violence, Death, and Gender in Early Modern Literature and Culture.” 8:30 am Illini Union, English Building, Smith Memorial Hall and St. John’s Catholic Chapel. Continues through Saturday. For more information, visit http://www.germanic.uiuc.edu/events/genderconference.html. Germanic Languages and Literatures, Liberal Arts and Sciences and Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities.

IPRH Ninth Annual Conference: “Beauty.” Keynote address: “The Desire to Beautify.” Buzz Spector, Cornell University. 7:30 p.m. Third floor, Levis Faculty Center. For more information, visit www.iprh.uiuc.edu. Continues tomorrow. Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities.

30 Friday
8th Annual Czech Workshop. “Czechs in the New and Old Europe: New Approaches.” 8:30 a.m. Visit https://secure.las.uiuc.edu/ATLASRegistration/full/?event=CzechSP07 or call 244-4666 for more information. Continues tomorrow. European Union Center; Russian, East European and Eurasian Center; and Slavic Languages and Literatures.

31 Saturday
2007 Veterinary Medicine Open House. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Veterinary Medicine College, 2001 South Lincoln Ave., Urbana. For more information, visit http://www.cvm.uiuc.edu/openhouse/. Veterinary Medicine.

Everything Spring Expo. Allerton Park. Two days of a variety of activities throughout the park. Visit www.allerton.uiuc.edu for a complete listing. Some activities include: 9 a.m. Bird Walk; 10:30 a.m. Heron Rookery Visit; 1 p.m. Spring Into Gardening; 2 p.m. Wildflower Hike; 3 p.m. Natural Egg Dyeing; 4 p.m. Garden and Sculpture Hike; 7 p.m. “Stories and Stars.” Admission charge. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

exhibits
“Studying the History of Art and Visual Cultures”
Main hallway, Library.
“Miss and Mister Manners: Mid-Century Etiquette and Hygiene”
Marshall Gallery, Library.
Through March 31.

“Why Knot”
Campbell Gallery.
On view March 27.
Five galleries featuring the cultures of the world.
Spurlock Museum, 600 S. Gregory St., Urbana. Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday; Noon-4 p.m. Sunday.

“Through Children’s Eyes”
Children’s Research Center, 51 Gerty Drive, Champaign.
Through March 16.

“Journeys” by Umeeta Sadarangani.
Through March 16.
Asian American Cultural Center, 1210 W. Nevada St., Urbana. 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday.

“Symagery”
Through May 11.
IPRH, 805 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Urbana. 8:30 a.m.-
5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

“Branded and On Display”
Through April 1.
“Commerce and Consumption: Works From the Permanent Collection”
“A History of New”
Through July 29.
Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, until 9 p.m. Thursday; 2-5 p.m. Sunday. Free admission; $3donation suggested.

@art gallery. Online exhibit of the UI School of Art and Design. www.art.uiuc.edu/@art.


•This calendar is excerpted from the March 15 issue of Inside Illinois, the faculty-staff newspaper at the UI.