Regardless of the vagaries of time and place--no matter how dramatic--Annemarie Mahler-Ettinger identifies with the art she has made since the age of three.
It's the rare artist who maintains a serious stake in visual arts and music. Family, friends, colleagues, and a suprising protege remember Sandy Wood Taylor.
The first solo museum show of T.C. Steele's paintings in Indianapolis since his death in 1926 asserts the artist's devotion to his native surroundings.
The Bloomington Open Studio Tour is celebrating its fifth year of showcasing art and building community with a bike map, a mobile app, and demos galore.
All year, IU's art museum has been celebrating its 75th birthday. This week, the occasion was toasted by a stunning act of philanthropy.
Along with cold brews and hot cars, the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 will be fueled by a highly unlikely injection: poetry.
There are plenty of dinosaur bones out west, but fossils on federal land are reserved for museums and universities. This makes thing complicated for hobbyists.
At IUCA+D, scientists, artists, software designers, and architects from around the country are considering how freehand drawing sparks the imaginative process.
The danger of chemical spills has taught Annie Bowling to respect the lab coat, but underneath that, the research technician's dress code is stress-free.
WFIU Arts salutes Cardinal Stage's casting of 16 area women in "Love, Loss, and What I Wore" with true local stories about suiting up for life's challenges.