The cycle of art

Steve McGuire, a University of Iowa professor of 3D design and metal arts, has ridden his bike across the country three times. He said when he's riding, with the vast expanse of the sky stretched before him, he can't go more than an hour without soaking in not only the beauty of the landscape but also the realization of his own diminished existence compared to it.

The singularity of absurd

Standing on stage, gesticulating wildly, and flitting around may seem an actor's job, but that didn't stop director Eric Forsythe from climbing out of his seat in the audience and doing just that.

Funk seasoned with seasons

For the funk band whysowhite, the ever-changing seasons of Chicago continually shape its sound. Vocalist D-Pop Fantastic said the summers play a huge part in inspiring the band.

Art that walks

With the excitement of spring around the corner (maybe) and extended hours of daylight comes the Spring Gallery Walk.

Fairy tales reimagined realistically

Many authors experience a sort of typecasting. Once they've gotten their start in a specific genre, they can allow that genre to define them, rarely, or never, dabbling in the unknown.

Getting pinned

I've had the same corkboard on my bedroom wall since first grade, and I haven't removed or replaced any of the items on it in years: not the junior-high dance pictures, Iowa basketball ticket stubs, or Seventeen magazine clippings of Chad Michael Murray.

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