Ten Bloomington poets took a cue from ten paintings by local artists to create new poems "just loosely tied to the original, that take on a life of their own."
Family secrets are compounded by context in Ian Woollen's third novel, which begins in the battened-down '50s.
Thirty years ago, Barb Lund took a risk: she started a pottery business…and succeeded. At retirement age, the artist's career path is still unconventional.
A musical revue joins an up-and-coming folk artist with his musical—and philosophical—forebear in a kinship that transcends space and time.
Their neighborhood has been documented by photographers with work in the Museum of Modern Art, but now the kids on Pigeon Hill are representing themselves.
"I’ve got to go back, because it’s going to get ugly," Bill Foley told his bureau after Bachir Gemayel was shot. "And I was right. I hate being right."
For Ben Pines, painting unremarkable scenery in a simplified way is not as much about representing the world out there, as it is about discovering himself.
Poetry Out Loud, the national recitation contest, inspires local high schooler Phiona Raffington to plunge into words and create community among her peers.
Indiana landscape painter William Forsyth’s latent modernism may have secured his place in history—Thomas Hart Benton’s version at least.
It's been said that the essential is invisible to the eye, but how do art museums present their collections to their visually impaired visitors?