The Architectural Cake Contest takes a playful approach to the task of historic preservation, but ends up revealing that architecture is just the icing on top.
Painter Rowena Comrie, president of the Scottish Artists Union, exhibits abstract oils and landscapes in watercolor at two Bloomington galleries.
Just in time for the spring wedding season, the exhibition "I Do...Do I?" showcases IU jewelry makers’ own take on the most iconic piece of jewelry.
Hollywood's enfant terrible, actor and film maker Crispin Glover hosts two evenings at the IU Cinema, featuring live performance and a film screening.
Bloomington's doyenne of the arts was recognized for six decades of service to Bloomington with the dedication of January 9, 2013 in her name.
A show at the Grunwald Gallery proposes that a small painting has different associations and effects than a large one does. In other words: size matters.
In an era of bumper stickers and electronic greeting cards, Kim Ransdell's take on a 15th-century technology offers the possibility for fresh messages.
A ten-by-ten foot scrapyard angel will be suspended from the aptly named "Auto Heaven" building.
Following Mark Ratzlaff’s career has been challenging—before to his current show, his last solo exhibition was held in 2005.
Christopher Coake's debut novel "You Came Back" is a bona fide ghost story channeled through the experience of grief.