Berthe Morisot by Édouard Manet
Krannert Art Museum's holdings include more than 10,000 pieces ranging from contemporary works to those dating to 4000 BCE. This lithograph by Édouard Manet is part of its permanent collection of European art.
Édouard Manet (1832–1883), Berthe Morisot, 1872. Lithograph. Gift of James Russell Vaky 2002-1-1. Image courtesy of Krannert Art Museum.
Earthquake Recovery Efforts in Haiti
When disasters strike, urban planners join teams that analyze recovery efforts by documenting the institutions and organizations involved, identifying funding sources for aid, and assessing the effectiveness of governance. Rob Olshansky traveled to Haiti shortly after the 2010 earthquake to evaluate the short-term steps taken to restore basic services and consider how the country and its institutions would need to change to make long-term improvements.
Photo by Rob Olshansky.
Trumpet Lesson with Ronald Romm
Faculty members—including Ronald Romm, a core member of the Canadian Brass for 30 years and a prolific recording artist—regularly meet one-on-one with students majoring in a performance-focused discipline. Undergraduates hone technical skills, master tone, develop their artistic voices, and gain insight into how to succeed as professional musicians in today's demanding environment.
Photo by Natalie Fiol.