Post by John Schwarb, IU Communications specialist: Sarah Marriage, a Baltimore, Maryland-based maker of fine furniture and other wooden objects, is visiting the Herron School of Art and Design on Monday, Feb. 27, as part of the Phillip Tennant Furniture Artisan Lecture Series. She’s a few weeks from opening “A Workshop of Our Own” in […]
By Rich Schneider, IU Communications Specialist: The Indiana University Natatorium will make sustainability history June 18 when it begins operating as a zero-waste athletic facility for the 2016 Olympic Diving Trials. It will be the first athletic facility in Indiana to achieve zero-waste goals and the first host of an Olympic event to have a […]
By Rich Schneider, IU Communications Specialist: Several artists, including Herron School of Art and Design faculty member Danielle Riede, have their work on display at an exhibit in Indianapolis that takes as its theme the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. The name of the show, “Asphaltum,” makes the connection between these two very different […]
Grant Keeney, a 2015 Herron furniture design grad, took first place in the recent Brunswick competition with two new concepts for table tennis tables. Herron alumnus Colin Tury won the 2014 Brunswick competition for pool table design.
It’s ArtPrize time, and once again IUPUI’s Herron School of Art and Design is represented among the artists whose works fuel the annual international show that offers the world’s largest purse for an art competition.
Each Sept. 24 is National Punctuation Day, and this year the annual writing contest established by the day’s founder has ties to Indiana. And IUPUI has the perfect place to celebrate.
I got that “why didn’t I think of that?” feeling when I first browsed Austin Radcliffe’s Webby Award-winning website. Radcliffe, a 2012 Herron School of Art and Design graduate, creates and curates images of everyday stuff for the website “Things Organized Neatly.”