With their Geolocation project, artists Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman find a portal within the virtual landscape that leads back to real life.
Light Totem was designed to help promote the art museum, and perhaps offer the excuse for an after-dinner stroll. Expectations were quickly exceeded.
Basement studios joined established art spaces to host visitors for the third annual Bloomington Open Studios Tour last weekend.
Book artist Mary Uthuppuru consistently returns to the concept of the book as a physical, mechanical object—not simply a vehicle for information.
Psychologist by day, comedienne by night, Stephanie Lochbihler draws liberally from a third role--as mother--for laughs.
Karen Joy Fowler sets her award-winning novel in Bloomington, right at the border of autobiography and science fiction.
Chicago's Poems While You Wait project comes to Bloomington.
"You can always tell an urban neighborhood in transition by that harbinger of change--the corner Art Deco shop opened by two gentlemen friends.”
Some people drop everything to pursue a dream. Painter Joel Washington, however, keeps his day job to fuel his passion.
Although his pictures contain elements of visual reality, what they seem to represent is not the world out there, but, rather, inner life--a memory, a dream.