"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.
After over 50 years, Bloomington-based baseball legend George Shively finally has a gravestone.
Since he was four years old, Bill Wolfe knew he wanted to be an artist; today, his stunning, life-size bronze sculptures can be seen throughout the country.
Bloomington resident Ian Sundstrom's color based strategy game is being released today. The game is called Sature.
Historical photographs by Frank Hohenberger served as inspiration for new music by student composers at the Jacobs School of Music.
James Balog's career as a wildlife and environmental photographer has taken him to the extreme ends of the world and himself.
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?
Onya LaTour had hopped a freighter to Russia and run an art gallery in Puerto Rico before opening the Indiana Museum of Modern Art in a Nashville farmhouse.