No matter the season, Japan House provides spaces for quiet contemplation.
Cooking classes offered at Japan House emphasize that a beautiful presentation is integral to a successful dish.
Photo by Deidra Schoo
Each summer Japan House hosts Matsuri, a festival highlighting culture, food, arts, and traditions plus—of course—fun for everyone.
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.
Photo by Darrell Hoemann
In a landscape architecture class led by Stephen Sears for the FAA Summer Intensive, students sketched and collected images for design collages.
The intricately embroidered wool hummingbirds on this burial shroud suggest that it was made for a high-ranking member of the Nasca society. This brightly colored piece is part of Krannert Art Museum's extensive collection of works from the Americas.
Peru, Nasca (ca. 100 BCE). Mantle with hummingbird design (detail). Cotton, alpaca wool. Gift of Fred Olsen and the Art Acquisition Fund 1967-29-56. Image courtesy of Krannert Art Museum.