‘China Remixed’ student blogger looks forward to Gene Yang’s upcoming talk 

Guest blog by IU graduate student Bridget Albert from SPEA’s arts administration program: On Feb. 23, award-winning graphic novelist and comic book artist Gene Yang will be visiting Indiana University as part of IU’s inaugural Global Arts and Humanities Festival, “China Remixed.” As an arts administration student, I have partnered with the IU Arts and […]

African American Dance Company’s annual workshop features classes, events, performance

Post by IU Newsroom intern Laura Ellsworth: Indiana University’s African American Dance Company will present its 19th Annual Dance Workshop on March 3 and 4 in the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center at IU Bloomington. The workshop exposes participants to dance and music from the perspective of the African American and African Diaspora through master dance classes, […]

A different kind of artistry: Orchestrating sustainability with the theatre department

Post by IU Newsroom intern Laura Ellsworth: The IU Bloomington Office of Sustainability has 30 programs on the docket to support its conservation goals for 2020, and one IU student, with the help of a university grant, is doing her part to make these goals a reality. Olivia Ranseen, a 2020 Sustainability Scholar and environmental […]

‘China Remixed’ weekly speaker series launches Feb. 15

The Indiana University Bloomington Arts and Humanities Council will kick off a weekly speaker series Feb. 15 as part of the 2017 Global Arts and Humanities Festival, “China Remixed: Arts and Humanities in Contemporary Chinese Culture.” The festival speaker series brings world-renowned scholars and journalists to campus for discussions of contemporary political, social and cultural […]

Alexander Julian emphasizes communication, color in seminar with IU design students

“Design is creative problem-solving.” This was one of the major points made by Alexander Julian, an award-winning fashion and home furnishings designer, when he addressed a crowd of School of Art and Design students Oct. 26 at Indiana University Bloomington. His appearance at the newly renovated Kirkwood Hall was part of The Bill Blass Fashion […]

Fall has arrived, and is brimming with art

When the tent sales featuring mattresses and cheap furniture pop up on vacant lots and the streets are clogged with moving trucks, I know it is official: The students have returned. Classes in Bloomington start Monday, and campus is already starting to hum. There are plenty of great arts happenings on tap this fall, so […]