Acclaimed documentary photographers Andrew Lichtenstein and Cedric Nunn to speak

Post by IU Newsroom intern Tori Lawhorn: Indiana University’s new Center for Documentary Research and Practice, an entity within The Media School, will present the lecture “Landscape | Memory | Trauma” on Sept. 24 as its first public program. Two contemporary photographers, Cedric Nunn from South Africa and Andrew Lichtenstein from Brooklyn, N.Y., will present their work together […]

William Siegmann’s cultural legacy shown in exhibitions at IU Art Museum, Mathers Museum

Guest post courtesy of IU Newsroom intern Emily Davis: Indiana University alumnus William Siegmann (1943-2011) was a leading expert on the art and culture of the African countries Liberia and Sierra Leone. A photographer, collector, and overall connoisseur of art, his work transcended traditional aesthetic values and reflected his vast knowledge of the cultures in which […]

Ansel Adams film screening and discussion to honor 25th anniversary of Sycamore Land Trust

Guest post courtesy of IU Newsroom intern Emily Davis: “I believe the approach of the artist and the approach of the environmentalist are fairly close in that both are, to a rather impressive degree, concerned with the affirmation of life.” — Ansel Adams  In recognition of the 25th anniversary of Sycamore Land Trust, the Indiana University Art Museum will […]

School of Fine Arts plans annual ‘Open Studio’ night

The Hope School of Fine Arts will host its annual “Open Studios” night Nov. 1. The event is free and open to the public, with activities planned at four buildings: the Fine Arts building, 1201 E. Seventh St.; Central Stores Art Annex, 1206 E. 11th St.; Morgan Hall, 909 E. 11th St.; and the McCalla […]