David Kote didn't set out to cast an African American actor as Macbeth anymore than he expected to find enough black actors to cast In the Red and Black Water.
In Bulgaria, 50,000 Jews were spared the fate of genocide when everyday heroes rebelled against the government's decision to deport their Jewish neighbors.
British actor/director Jake Graf is the first international filmmaker brought in for Pride Film Festival. His film "Chance" explores an unlikely romance.
For Jannel Smith, dancing is essential to her mental and physical health. But she had to overcome a major cultural taboo just to take the first step.
A love of nature found in Somalia is among the inspirations for Wagner's poetry.
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.