Orson Welles on the threat of technology, woodchucks in doll clothes, and bicycle safety complete with monkey masks—all from the IU Film Archive.
River-themed concerts, art exhibits, and permanent installations will try to connect Terre Haute residents to the Wabash during the yearlong celebration.
Harvey Phillips' new autobiography makes a case for his place in the American music canon.
Getting ready for the Potpourri of the Arts means learning not only new movements, but new cultural traditions as well.
Four years since starting a career in comedy, Jamison Raymond has won the Fourth Annual Comedy Festival. But he says he's still got a lot to learn.
The Board of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, & Science will sell a work by Pablo Picasso that was recently discovered in the museum's storage.
Coming to terms with the high-stakes pressure of tattooing is part of the learning process.
LeGrand and Boswell are plein air painters, meaning they work outdoors, at the mercy of changing light and the elements.
At the Kokomo Makers’ Art Market, people may come to buy goods and watch demonstrations from crafters, artisans, and amateur inventors.
Bernstein’s print will be in an international exhibition called the Creative Cities Collection at the Barbican Centre in London.