John Mellencamp cements Hoosier legacy with donation of archives to Indiana University
The archived collection of his life and work includes items related to his iconic artistry, social activism and philanthropy, and it holds original creative works, photographs, instruments and othe... Read more about John Mellencamp cements Hoosier legacy with donation of archives to Indiana University
Jacobs School musicians honor iconic jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery in concert to air on WTIU
A century after his birth, iconic jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery is being honored with a tribute concert filmed in collaboration between the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and WTIU. ... Read more about Jacobs School musicians honor iconic jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery in concert to air on WTIU
Inmates explore higher education through IU Prison Arts Initiative
The Initiative kicked off its pilot program at Putnamville Correctional Facility, where inmates took part in “Drawing Your Story,” a visual arts and narrative storytelling class.
Flaming Lips, Son Lux, Arrested Development to perform in extensive Granfalloon lineup
Music by the Flaming Lips, Son Lux and Arrested Development, as well as keynote readings by authors Meg Cabot and Ted Chiang, kick off the fourth Granfalloon festival.
$2.5 million grant endows new curator of religious collections at IU Lilly Library
The curator will help increase public understanding of the role of religion in daily life, thanks to a $2.5 million grant to the IU Foundation from Lilly Endowment Inc.
Son of Holocaust survivors to conduct world premiere of ‘Anne Frank’ opera
This spring, IU presents the world premiere of “Anne Frank,” an original opera commissioned by the Jacobs School of Music. The opera was conceived, written and composed by a team of renowned Je... Read more about Son of Holocaust survivors to conduct world premiere of ‘Anne Frank’ opera
Recent awards favorites, queer media, Lina Wertmüller series among IU Cinema spring lineup
Indiana University Cinema returns in January with an eclectic slate of beloved crowd-pleasers, new classics and little-known treasures.
Ask the Expert: Will holiday movie-going become a ghost of Christmas past?
Movie theaters hit by the loss of audiences in recent years have left many to wonder: Will the tradition of holiday movie-going become a thing of the past? IU Cinema Director Alicia Kozma offers he... Read more about Ask the Expert: Will holiday movie-going become a ghost of Christmas past?
Grant to support 16mm film celebration
IU will present a series of public events in 2023 to mark the 100th anniversary of non-flammable 16mm safety motion picture film.