I can sum Tally's Folly up in three words. It’s a valentine.
The Cardinal Stage Company opens their season with "Inherit the Wind" a production of Lawrence and Lee’s dramatization of the 1925 Scopes Trial.
John and Lynn Bower have produced six books of John’s stark black-and-white photographs that concentrate on places and objects that have fallen by the wayside.
Mackenzie Hammel came to Bloomington from Cincinnati to study at the Jacob's School of Music. She's also one of this year's multi-talented Wells Scholars.
During the month of September, they’ll be opening their doors for an evening of coffee, snacks, music, and of course art.
Johannes Brahms was asked to tour with Hungarian violinist Eduard Hoffman. So it came as little surprise when he created two volumes of Hungarian dances.
Sally and Matt both have some carefully hidden or repressed past secrets that have to be share.
Chicago-based actors Ernsest Perry, Jr and Danny Goldring are like a couple of old lions in their roles based on William Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow.
Cutting-edge in its time, turn-of-the-century mid-western Impressionist painting laid the groundwork for the American art establishment in the heartland.
Nicole Bruce with her delight in villainy, made this Othello an elan of evil.
We're especially pleased about the day of events at Indiana University focusing on environmental peace and sustainability
Who's on First? Well, for the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, "Wu's on First."
Visitors to the Indiana University Lilly Library find a wealth of knowledge and history at their finger tips.
Community members join forces to create art in an open and welcoming environment at the Collaboration Room.
One came for photography and the other for print making, but both have an active interest in the spectrum of arts and in community involvement.
The first pieces that had any substance were little pieces by Bach and I’ve loved him ever since
It has never been easy for cellist to adapt the Bach sonatas for viola da gamba to their instrument; not that they haven’t tried.
I think I was a librarian before I knew what the word meant.
Opera and theater have been stereotyped as elite art forms, but Indiana University is working hard to change that old-fashioned notion.