The Spurlock Museum of World Cultures has reopened to the public! Come in from the cold to see the new exhibit, Debates, Decisions, Demands: Objects of Campaigns and Activism, and reacquaint yourselves with the collection. Warm up next to Oscar Martinez's paintings from the mural at the former La Casa Cultural Latina, and listen to audio stories about C-U social-dance culture in the 1970s, as part of ourthe Blues Dancing and Its African American Roots exhibit. [Masks are required, as is registration for groups larger than five. To ensure our guests' safety, capacity limits will be enforced. For more information about how they are constantly working to keep the Museum safe, go to the website to read about their Covid Response.]
HOURS: Tu (12-5) Wed-Fri (9-5) Sat/Sun (10-4) - FREE.
More info: Spurlock Museum of World Cultures, 600 South Gregory Street, Urbana, Illinois 61801, 217-333-2360, https://www.spurlock.illinois.edu/
Thanks to Katya Reno of Spurlock Museum for this information item.