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.
Exorcising his demons through imaginative play became a lifelong pastime for Maurice Sendak. A retrospective of his work is currently on view in Bloomington.
A relationship that flickered in the fugitive medium of the text message is reified in the most transitory of gallery spaces.
Painter Maureen Forman has used the immediacy of her surroundings and directness of graphite to discover her own voice.
As part of its mission to expand audiences for classical music, the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra has been reinventing the concert experience.
Hollywood is not known for its fully realized Native American roles, but Jeremy Proulx is plumbing an iconic--yet dated--Native role for its depth.
Technology makes it easier to make a movie wherever you like. The IU alumni producing "The Good Catholic" have chosen to test this theory in Bloomington.
Residents of Dana, Indiana bemoan the removal of a mural honoring hometown hero Ernie Pyle. One man is seeking to refurbish the war correspondent's image.
Readers of Bloom Magazine are being invited to take a look at their city through the eyes of its homeless residents.
Indianapolis native, writer Dan Wakefield celebrates the reissue of his World War II home front novel and reflects on his friendship with Kurt Vonnegut.