Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Summer Music

    Win two all-event passes for the Jacobs School's Summer Music festival, opening June 14!

  • Art at Glick

    Art created by 23 artists with Indiana ties is now on display at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute.

  • New facility tours

    Herron's annual "Look/See" event will offer the first public tours of the Eskenazi expanded fine arts center.

  • Euclid Quartet

    IU South Bend's resident quartet just released a new CD.

  • Final show

    IU Kokomo's undergraduate art show features the work of three graduating seniors.

  • Student, rapper

    Senior communications major Jarrett Adams says his IU experience has taught him how to succeed as a rap artist.

  • Celebrating Bradbury

    IUPUI faculty member Jon Eller will be the featured speaker during a Ray Bradbury celebration in Indianapolis.

  • 'Frau in Mond'

    IU Southeast employee Lee Staton's 30-inch replica of a rocket from a Fritz Lang film is on exhibit in Germany.

  • Night at the opera

    Inside IU and IU Opera Theater are giving away two pairs of tickets to Philip Glass' "Akhnaten."

  • Saturday in Bloomington

    Inside IU is giving away an overnight stay at the IMU's Biddle Hotel and tickets to Traces at IU Auditorium.

  • Remembering Blanca

    A new exhibit at IU Northwest features the paintings of the late Blanca Lopez, a 1992 alumna.

  • Indigo nation

    Assistant professor and indigo artist Rowland Ricketts is the first Indiana artist to be named a 2012 United States Artists fellow.

  • Money isn't everything

    A majority of arts graduates do not view salary levels as the dominant measures of their success, an IU study finds.

  • Awakening memory

    Arts administration students co-curated an exhibit of works by Peruvian artist Casilda Pinche Sanchez.

  • Art jobs expand

    IU reports that nonprofit jobs and wages have grown in Indiana arts and related industries.

  • Win tickets!

    Enter to win four tickets to holiday favorite "Chimes of Christmas."

  • Calcutta book

    An IU journalism professor's book presents daily life in Calcutta beyond its well-known poverty.

  • Filmmaker visit

    Filmmaker Todd Solondz will bring his socially conscious satire to IU Cinema.

  • Real world: Bloomington

    Visiting professionals bring real-world experience to IU opera and ballet productions.

  • Win 'Grinch' tickets!

    Inside IU and IU Auditorium are giving away four "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" tickets.