Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Summer performance

    Enter to win tickets for the opening performance of IU South Bend's Summer Theatre Series.

  • Unique collection

    The IU Black Film Center/Archive has received a donation including over 300 linear feet of records and an original grave marker.

  • The Art Collaborative

    IU East faculty member Ann Kim will display her artwork about the interplay of business and social justice at an exhibit opening May 30.

  • Festival of Dance

    IU Northwest's annual dance festival features student choreography in styles ranging from hip-hop to modern.

  • 'Kiss Me, Kate'

    Go behind the scenes of IU South Bend's new musical "Kiss Me, Kate," based on Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew."

  • 'Art weirdo' spreads design love

    Herron alumnus Trevor Renwick is using what he learned at his alma mater to spread his love of art to Indianapolis high school students.

  • Prose before bros

    Read about the people behind the cheeky IU Theatre "King Lear" tweets, staff discount night and a ticket giveaway.

  • Much ado about Will

    IU South Bend's upcoming performance of "As You Like It" continues a yearlong campus celebration of Shakespeare.

  • High-tech hall

    IU South Bend's performance hall is being converted to a space that can be tuned like a musical instrument.

  • 'Cloud 9'

    The gender-bending comedy, written by playwright Caryl Churchill, features MFA actors who take on role reversals.

  • Art sale

    IU South Bend's annual art sale, opening Nov. 21, was entirely curated by students this year.

  • Honoring Hoagy

    IU is celebrating Hoosier son Hoagy Carmichael with a music and film filled 114th birthday celebration. Enter to win a book about the music icon.

  • 'Three Kids in a Car'

    All proceeds from an IU Southeast faculty member's album will go to the Harvard University Stem Cell Institute.

  • President's Medal

    Three IU professors were recognized for their contribution in art, design and folklore and ethnomusicology.

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    50 years, 50 bikes

    IPFW celebrates a milestone with 50 sculptural bike racks on display at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art.

  • 'The House on Mango Street'

    The community and other IU campuses are invited to join IU Northwest's 2013 "One Book" initiative.

  • Luce grant

    Two IU professors are the recipients of a three-year grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.

  • Win tickets

    IU Bloomington will host the Orphans Midwest film symposium Sept. 26 to 28. Enter to win tickets.

  • One Book, Many Voices

    "Wine to Water" is IU East's selection for its campus-community shared reading project.

  • 'An uneven canvas'

    Advantages and inequalities persist for post-secondary arts graduates, the new SNAAP report indicates.