IU Summer Band concerts have been drawing crowds for more than 50 years.
The Terre Haute Police Department is working to preserve the memory of Officer Brent Long, who was killed last summer while serving a warrant.
An Indiana University historian has discovered and restored what might be the oldest gramophone recording in the world, using a technique he developed himself.
The Commission of Higher Education has given the nod of approval for Ivy Tech Bloomington’s new two-year Associates of Fine Arts degre
As rules for national roller derby competitions are put in place, the Bleeding Heartland Roller Girls worry some players may not get the chance to play.
The twenty-nine food and art businesses added to the statewide association will receive marketing and business support from Indiana Artisan.
The Terre Haute organization Wabash Valley Art Spaces seeks to make public art more accessible and engaging.
A new report from the group Americans for the Arts shows a 15 percent increase in the number of arts-related businesses in Indiana since 2010.
The new quilt exhibit at the Monroe County History Center, “The Quilters Story,” focuses on the relationship of the quilters to their craft.
Every month Eric Ayotte chooses a theme, sends it out on Facebook, and encourages people to make a movie—any kind of movie.