Curators explain why the Indiana State Museum is actively collecting items associated with current events, instead of using the 25-year rule.
Alexandria Hollett's poem "Blessed Are The Persecuted: An Open Letter To The Indiana Legislature" was a lifetime in the making.
Whether stress reliever, creative outlet, antidote to screens, or happy hour pastime, coloring has become popular among adults and lucrative for publishers.
"It's very tricky when a woman is funny." Ann Richards
The first US tour of UK folk duo Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker includes a date at the Lotus Festival. In anticipation, they discuss music and ice cream.
The all-woman trio Fémina brings rap folk fusion and social consciousness from rural Argentina to Bloomington for the Lotus Festival.
"This is a simple-minded play about men who enjoy killing--and those who don't." Penelope
"...forget Regret or life is yours to miss..." Mimi
"Two friends from childhood met for drinks, and they gave us a piano!" conductor David Bowden
Before it is razed and reënvisioned, a derelict neighborhood in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan is being occupied by IU MFAs competing in ArtPrize 2016.
"I'm not an officer. I work for a living." Sergeant Sulpice
“The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.” Holmes
Architects, designers, and community stakeholders convene for the launch of Exhibit Columbus, to further the city's identity as an aesthetic standard-bearer.
Bloomington's Lotus Festival just blossomed for its 23rd year, but it's the first time for Alexa Bruetman, freshman at IU and avid concert-goer.
The Swedish/Icelandic folk duo, My Bubba, brings artistic intimacy to its audiences through minimalist folk music -- and bacteria samples.
At the 23rd annual Lotus Festival, Ayaan Ali Bangash shared the intricacies of the Indian sarod and why the music we make is a reflection of who we are.