Paul Walker will be moving those drums out to center stage for this concert.
Nancy Hiller and Kendall Reeves' A Home of Her Own is an anthology of radical tales of female reinvention, disguised as a coffee table book for decorators.
"This isn't the type of information you usually read on a label in the gallery," Jenny McComas says of the Spoils Of War art exhibition.
the harrowing story of a Ukrainian Jewish girl’s escape from the Holocaust
Cardinal Stage brings "the kick ass wit of Molly Ivins"
On this week's episode we invite grad student David Church to chat with us about the Grindhouse series of films at the Cinema.
Conductor David Effron: his first encounter, challenges, and joys of later visits and thoughts on lingering.
In this interview, we talk to the President of Production at Funny or Die, Mike Farah; and his brother and frequent Funny Or Die contributor Chris Farah.
An old Chinese saying has it that "the darkest place in a room is the spot under the lamp."
It's one for all and all for one on stage at the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center!
In honor of Veterans' Day we could like to share pictures of our friends and family who have served and continue to serve at home and abroad.
On this week's episode we invite grad student Will Scheibel to talk about director Nicholas Ray, and his upcoming film noir class.
Lara Downes goal: "Making the world safe for classical music, one note at a time."
A colorful, energetic spectacle with plenty of flash and dash.
If you keep your ears open for it, for will hear ukuleles in music of all genres these days. It has also become a popular instrument for amateurs to pick up.
The Iranian posters on view at the IU Art Museum reveal how "a democratic revolution was Islamized through a wide range of discursive and visual tools."
A drama thoughtfully translated from 18th century Germany to 21st century Indiana.
A faculty/student collaboration brings to life the music of Schoenberg and Berg alongside the paintings of Kandinsky.
Murder By Death comes home, Paul Simon is super famous and IU Student Composers reach out to new ears.