‘States of Incarceration’ explores history, future of mass imprisonment

Post by John Schwarb, IU Communications specialist: No other country in the world has embraced incarceration as much as the United States. That’s a blunt truth — yet perhaps not an irreversible one, as a new exhibit coming to Indianapolis this spring will explore. “States of Incarceration,” a traveling exhibit and website created by more […]

Herron artists and ArtPrize boxes: ‘Intersections’ back with ‘Minimalist Division’

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.

Getting to know IUPUI’s new first lady

On Aug. 16, Niloo Paydar begins her work as first lady when her husband, Nasser Paydar, IUPUI executive vice chancellor and former chancellor of IU East, takes the helm as IUPUI chancellor.