“Maestro,” an acclaimed drama about the relationship between legendary composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife, Felicia Montealegre, is directed by, co-written and starring Bradley Cooper, with... Read more about IU Cinema to host free preview of ‘Maestro,’ acclaimed new Leonard Bernstein biopic
Indiana University is investing in new leaders and initiatives in arts, humanities and culture, including new leadership positions in IU Research and on the IU Bloomington campus.
The department will join the IU Herron School of Art & Design on the Indianapolis campus, building on the strengths of the state’s top accredited arts and design program and expanding opportunit... Read more about Music and Arts Technology joins Herron School, expanding opportunities for faculty, students
Brenna McCarty is set to install her sculpture “Blue Skies” at the Indianapolis International Airport. For McCarty, the installation signifies a legacy — and her personal “thank you” to t... Read more about Herron student’s ‘Blue Skies’ art installation ready to soar at Indy airport
Creative Arts for Vets offers arts-based support for Indiana’s veterans, service members and military-connected populations to promote connectedness and improve mental health and well-being. Thei... Read more about Art + Horses program helps Indiana veterans mend invisible wounds of war
Christine Wisch is a musicologist and adjunct lecturer in the IU Jacobs School of Music with expertise on subjects such as identity, gender and female musicians. We asked her for insights into Tayl... Read more about Ask the Expert: What can Taylor Swift teach us about women in music?
The IU Arts & Humanities Council will host the world’s first academic conference on the phenomenon that is Taylor Swift Nov. 3 and 4 in Bloomington. Swifties and scholars will gather to speak... Read more about Swifties and scholars to gather at world’s first Taylor Swift academic conference hosted by IU
Thirty rural organizations across Indiana will receive funding to host arts and cultural events and programs connected to the 2024 solar eclipse, an event that will blanket parts of Indiana in tota... Read more about 30 rural organizations receive grants to support solar eclipse arts, cultural activities
Rachael Stoeltje, director of the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive and president of the Association of Moving Image Archivists, answers questions about how film archives provide a window to 20th-c... Read more about Ask the Expert: What impact do film archives have on society?