The Illinois School of Architecture approaches design with a sense of shared responsibility and ethics to prepare alumni to contribute to the creation of an equitable and more preferable future for all.
Students at the School of Art and Design can now explore responsible futures through research in traditional print media and emergent technologies such as data visualization, digital interaction, information design, systems thinking, and visual narrative through the new Master of Fine Arts in Design for Responsible Innovation.
The Krannert Art Museum is a cultural destination and a virtual presence that strives to enrich the human experience by inviting visitors to make connections through the visual arts between the past and present, between what is understood and what is unknown.
The Department of Landscape Architecture is preparing its faculty, students, and alumni to respond to challenges such as rapid urbanization, inequity, and climate change by designing spaces that are nourishing, sustainable, and democratic.
Since fall 2019, faculty and administrators have worked together to articulate a new vision for the School of Music, one that reconceptualizes what a music education should mean in the twenty-first century.
Illinois Theatre alumni-founded company Definition Theatre is set to break ground on a new black-box theatre and community center on Chicago’s South Side. The Department of Theatre is also thrilled to be collaborating with playwright and director Madeline Sayet on The Neverland.