MFA student Peter Kispert aims to leave his mark on Indiana Review through new prize

Post courtesy of newsroom intern Tori Lawhorn: Peter Kispert moved more than 900 miles for the Indiana Review. Now, a third year MFA student in the Creative Writing Program at Indiana University, Kispert is the editor-in-chief of┬áthe Indiana Review. “I came here for the Indiana Review, hands down,” he said. “I deeply respected the journal […]

IU Art Museum honors Director Emerita Adelheid Gealt with renaming of gallery wing

The Indiana University Art Museum has dedicated a wing of the museum’s first floor Gallery of the Art of the Western World in honor of Adelheid “Heidi” Gealt, who retired in July 2015. Director Emerita Gealt began working at the museum as a graduate student in 1973 and held various other posts until becoming curator, […]

‘Potpourri of the Arts’ mixes music and dance from three different IU ensembles Nov. 7

Post courtesy of newsroom intern Tori Lawhorn: Indiana University’s African American Arts Institute will present its annual “Potpourri of the Arts” concert at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, 114 E. Kirkwood Ave., in downtown Bloomington. General admission for adults is $20. Children under 12 years old and students are $10. […]

IU Cinema to host Neil Brand at U.S. premiere of Hitchcock’s ‘Blackmail’ with his new score

Post courtesy of newsroom intern Annie Brackemyre: The Indiana University Cinema will screen Alfred Hitchcock’s silent film “Blackmail” on Nov. 7 with live orchestral accompaniment. In a collaboration between IU Cinema and the Jacobs School of Music, performer and composer Neil Brand will be present for the performance of his original score. “The somewhat rare […]