Bernard Woma will be performing his gyil on Thursday, December 4th at "Songs and Stories of Life," a World AIDS Day Observance in Columbus
... fairies, ogres, dragons, and even blood thirsty cheerleaders!
Mat Alano-Martin revisits his upbringing from a perspective that rounds out the picture of rural poverty while generating laughs.
Defying the prevailing narrative, domestic bliss inspired Pierre Daura to paint. Works by the modern master are currently on view at the IU Art Museum.
A pantheon of characters from Yoruba folklore translated to Louisiana appear on IU's stage.
An Indiana historian returns with a new look at the state's past.
an action filled play that at its tear drenched heart is a lovely story of the uniting of two sisters
Singer-songwriter Kay Bull has "protested most everything in the twentieth century." But alienation from the mainstream has been key to her music-making.
Author Nadine Pinede's fibromyalgia has affected her writing in a surprising way.
IU's Hoo Shir A Capella sings Al Ha Nisim, We thank you for the miracle and the redemption and the mighty deeds.