Film and Gender scholar Madelyn Ritrosky tells the story of a thoroughly modern 1920s woman, in her new short film “Stardust and Moonbeams.”
Danish fiber artist Isabel Berglund calls her large installations "social art," for the way groups of people produce and the interact with them.
Critics complained that his work wasn’t serious. He was cornball. He was just a calendar artist. His first artwork to be acquired by a museum went for $100.
An exhibition at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures examines how Chinese quilts transformed from household items to celebrated artworks in the modern era.
"My first puzzles, the back side of the puzzle could actually be a hand-painted set piece that you might’ve seen onstage at a Cardinal performance."
Furniture maker Siosi Design blurs the lines between art and craft, and lifestyle and work.
A seminal modern sculpture began as a cheeky affront to long-accepted aesthetic criteria. At 100, Duchamp's Fountain has become a lofty totem of modernism.
Pictures on view on the IU campus showcase how a new generation of feminist activists is using street theatre and social media to rally awareness in China.
While a new film is sparking national interest about Columbus architecture, a veteran tour guide hopes to refresh locals' passion for hometown design.
Highlights from the Adams collection range from moonlit scenes at the dude ranch to everyday objects that tell the real stories of life out West.