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Arts & Humanities

  • Metamorphosis

    "I've always liked to see how everything changes," said IU Kokomo Art Gallery intern and guest curator Lori Brubaker.

  • 'Jersey Boys' savings

    IU staff and faculty can save up to 50 percent on tickets to see "Jersey Boys" at IU Auditorium.

  • Don't stop the presses

    In honor of IU Press' 65th anniversary, enter to win a photography book featuring Indiana state parks.

  • Be our Valentine?

    Enter to win a Valentine's evening in Bloomington, including an overnight stay at IU's Biddle Hotel and two tickets to an IU opera performance.

  • Read all about it

    Enter to win a new biography of IU alumnus and former Indiana governor Paul V. McNutt, namesake for one of IU Bloomington's residence halls.

  • Na'vi to Newspeak

    An IU Bloomington doctoral student will teach a course on constructed languages in the spring.

  • Artful learning

    A New Albany couple has pledged more than 50 works of art to IU Southeast to be part of a permanent exhibit.

  • Following a dream

    Piedad Llerena started her quest for a college degree 10 years ago at age 32. She will graduate in December from IU East.

  • Holiday spirit

    Enter to win tickets to holiday shows at the IU Auditorium.

  • Transformative art

    A workshop at IUPUI uses papermaking as part of the healing process for those touched by war.

  • Ticket giveaway

    Enter to win two tickets to see "Anything Goes" on Nov. 17 at the IU Auditorium.

  • Art prize

    An IUPUI professor's wooden frieze won an unprecedented sum and both the popular and expert vote at an international art competition.

  • New exhibit

    Artwork by IU Southeast professor Brian H. Jones will be on display Oct. 16 through Nov. 21 at the Barr Gallery.

  • Laughs with Leno

    Enter to win two tickets to Jay Leno's Oct. 17 performance at the IU Auditorium in Bloomington.

  • World premiere

    IU South Bend will premiere faculty composer Jorge Muniz's "Shapeare's Love" on Oct. 4 in Northside Hall.

  • Shy scribe

    "I've been writing since I could use a pen," said Hollis Donald, a poet who works as a janitor at IU Northwest.

  • Winning redesign

    IUPUI alum Colin Tury's design has been selected by Brunswick Billiards for the company's sixth iteration of its iconic Gold Crown pool table.

  • Start spreading the news

    Four IU students will showcase their talents at this year's Carner and Gregor Barely Legal Show-Tune Extravaganza in New York City.

  • Top museums

    IUPUI professor Elizabeth "Elee" Wood visited 54 museums in one year and constructed a list of her Top 10 favorites.

  • Summer Music Series

    Inside IU is giving away two tickets to the Jacobs School of Music's Summer Philharmonic Orchestra concert on June 28.