The University of Illinois is monitoring developments related to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and has established a central website with information about policies, impacts, health and information resources, and answers to frequently asked questions: covid19.illinois.edu
According to campus directives, Krannert Art Museum has canceled or postponed all events through the end of the semester. These include:
March 26: Art Talk Thursday with Maureen Warren
March 26: Artist Talk by Duane Slick, “A Human from Earth”
March 26: Sudden Sound Concert with Sam Newsome
April 2: SPEAK Café
April 2–4: Illinois Moms’ Weekend, both tours and the raffle
April 15: Mark Menjivar: Migration Stories
April 18: 2020 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition Opening Reception
April 23: Art Talk Thursday with Kasia Szremski
May 9: 2020 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition Opening Reception
Yoga at KAM every Friday will be suspended until further notice.
In addition, we’re making a few changes in the galleries to promote health and safety for our visitors. Hand sanitizer stations are available at all entrances; daily cleaning protocols include high-touch surfaces such as door handles, bannisters, and elevators; interactive touchscreens have been temporarily disabled; and the Giertz Education Center “Art You Can Touch” will be closed until further notice.
KAM values wellness as a key component of our mission, and we will continue our work as a sanctuary, a welcoming learning environment, and a civic space.
The museum remains free and open to the public at this time. Our Spring Break hours will be Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.
We will communicate any future changes to hours or events via email, on our website, and via our social media accounts. If you have questions or comments, please email us at email@example.com.
Last updated: March 13, 2020