This summer's Nature Sounds series has staged live musical performances in Bloomington parks in a way that showcases the setting as much as the music.
Veteran adult entertainer and artist Annie Sprinkle and partner Beth Stephens propose a pleasure-driven approach to environmentalism.
In her book Practically Joking, IU folklorist Moira Marsh suggests that the common prank be reevalutated for its social and aesthetic function.
Tackling socio-political issues with carving tools is a family affair for Bloomington printmakers Danielle Urschel and Izzy Jarvis.
Two IU filmmakers may have proven Leonard Bernstein's theory that to achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan, and not quite enough time.
If you’re an artist who makes cast iron sculpture, you can’t just do it anywhere.
Poet and publisher Dave Torneo discusses the first of six volumes of Karl Ove Knausgård's autobiographical novel, translated from the Norwegian.
The intimacy of the book—that it is something you hold in your hand--is what lends the medium of the artist's book so readily to personal expression.
After life taught her to find opportunity in adversity, Elizabeth Vaught has built her studio practice on creating art from discarded objects.
Its grand name notwithstanding, the American Piano Factory is a one-man show. And over 27 years of house calls, Dave Cox has developed a faithful clientele.