From festival stages to private backyards, "old-time" musicians Anna & Elizabeth connect with a musical and visual storytelling tradition that's alive and well.
In Hollywood the Black woman’s story is not often told,claims the New Negress Film Society, whose Short Film Program screened last month at the IU Cinema.
Labor Day Weekend in Bloomington has become renowned for the artistic and literary pageant that is the Fourth Street Festival.
Gamers rejoice! With IU's newly minted major in game design, a well-established extracurricular activity is now coursework.
Maria Hamilton Abegunde, who studies trauma and healing, discusses a novel told from the perspective of an 11-year-old child soldier in West Africa.
An artist who now lives in Bloomington, Ind., was inspired by Hurricane Katrina. She says it taught her to enjoy every moment she's given.
Scenery may not be the key factor when it comes to determining a good location for making movies. That decision might have more to do with community.
Bloomington’s first interactive film festival, the Middle Coast Film Festival features over 60 films by filmmakers across the country, including Indiana.
It's a $300,000 grant program for artists and arts organizations to fund performances, residencies and shows in state parks.
The Individualized Major Program at Indiana University will soon lead to a first for the school—a degree in stand-up comedy.