While Normal uses groundwater as a public water supply, Bloomington uses surface water. What are the differences between the two?
Over the past few years, high-profile protests have sparked renewed discussions on the right to peacefully assemble. In this session the history and major Supreme Court rulings on the freedom of assembly will be reviewed.
This session will use a combination of Supreme Court cases and real world examples to explore the way(s) free speech has evolved in the United States since 1787.
The United Nations annually publishes a "World Happiness Report" and almost every year Denmark is ranked as the world's happiest country. What makes Danes happy?
Artists Claire Hedden and Albion Stafford explore sculpture in different materials.
Doug Johnson and Melissa Oresky explore painting and collage work.
Explore the evolution of the Court from the least powerful branch to possibly being the most powerful.
Barry Blinderman and Doug Johnson will discuss the paths of overseeing artist venues, the University Galleries and McLean County Arts Center.
Nancy Fewkes and L J Douglas will explore their works in photography and prints.
Bill McBride will explore noir style, learn the language to describe it.
This lecture examines narratives of incarcerated women and their experiences with addressing their pasts as a means of successful reentry to society post- incarceration.
Folk tales by Charles Perrault, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, literary fairy tales by Hans Christian Anderson and Aesop's fables will be discussed. Some of the oldest stories are still the best.
This session will consider the various forms and functions of poetry for young children, middle graders, and young adults. Participants will be encouraged to share their own experiences with poems and songs they have memorized from childhood.
Examination of how words and illustrations work together to tell a story. Selection and discussion of outstanding picture books from the history of children's literature.
This class with Michael Wiant of Dickson Mounds Museum will highlight archaeological field work and the discovery of extraordinary objects.