Is music-making valuable only when pursued toward virtuosity? The St. Charles Parent Band revels in its amateur status, yet nudges members toward improvement.
Mark Ratzlaff has made paintings of possums and pizza boxes, but he's being hailed by the most staid arts organizations in Indiana. Does subject matter?
Architects, designers, and community stakeholders convene for the launch of Exhibit Columbus, to further the city's identity as an aesthetic standard-bearer.
Before it is razed and reënvisioned, a derelict neighborhood in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan is being occupied by IU MFAs competing in ArtPrize 2016.
Whether stress reliever, creative outlet, antidote to screens, or happy hour pastime, coloring has become popular among adults and lucrative for publishers.
A new series of books combining poetry and images documents some Bloomington children's first forays into poetry while offering tangible sustenance to others.
Krisha Fairchild's portrayal of a tormented prodigal daughter who once called Bloomington home screens at this weekend's Middle Coast Film Festival.
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.