Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Light power

    Tiffany Carbonneau, professor at IU Southeast, worked with a team of visual artists to create unique stage elements for a Louisville Ballet production.

  • Peace and art

    IU Kokomo student Mary Schrock is curating an art exhibit that she hopes will inspire visitors to slow down and find tranquility.

  • Merging artistry

    An IU Bloomington 2020 Sustainability Scholar's project to reduce waste in theater will be tested in an upcoming production.

  • 'Radiant City'

    The first-ever survey exhibition of renowned artist Tom Sachs' work is on display at the Herron School of Art and Design.

  • 'All the world's a stage'

    The new edition of Oxford University Press' complete works of Shakespeare is based on research done at IUPUI.

  • Lighting the way

    Lighting designer Diana Kaiser spent time sharing some tricks of the trade with students at IU Kokomo

  • 'Muslims in the Military'

    A professor at IUPUI has written a book about members of America's military who follow Islam, dating back to the Revolutionary War.

  • Historic handshake

    IU Southeast recently acquired a bronze statue to celebrate the adventures of one of history's most famous duos: Lewis and Clark.

  • 'Collision of concept'

    Learn more about the IU Southeast assistant professor who is a finalist at the Beijing Design Week this year.

  • The Second City

    David Dufour, an IU South Bend lecturer, is getting training from one of Chicago's most famous comedy writing programs.

  • Lasting impact

    IU Southeast student Morgan Szabo spent time in Kostanay, teaching young Kazakhstani athletes about the core principles of the late Muhammad Ali.

  • 'Mapping the Muse'

    The professor was chosen for inclusion in a book showcasing poetry by Hoosier poet laureates in honor of the Indiana bicentennial.

  • 'Remembering Wes'

    IUPUI's Campus Center will stand as a tribute to Wes Montgomery during the 2016 Indy Jazz Fest.

  • Retrospective

    The exhibition at the IU Kokomo Art Gallery will feature works spanning artist Misch Kohn's 60-year printmaking career.

  • Art outdoors

    Installation began this month for IU Kokomo’s new outdoor art, featuring seven sculptures from Midwestern artists.

  • Making music

    The IU South Bend Chorale and Chamber Choirs recently traveled to New York City to perform at Carnegie Hall.

  • Philanthropy in action

    IU Art Museum has received a $15 million naming gift from Sidney and Lois Eskenazi.

  • Connecting to the community

    IU Kokomo's Union Street Gallery recently opened its doors at a downtown location.

  • 'The House Within'

    Read about collaborative work created by artist Walter Knabe and students at the Herron School of Art and Design.

  • Campus transformation

    Read more about the art installation that IUPUI's chancellor said will "deeply enrich the experiences of visitors."