The first solo museum show of T.C. Steele's paintings in Indianapolis since his death in 1926 asserts the artist's devotion to his native surroundings.
Revisiting a photography project from college, Jim Maire realized he had documented a landmark that had disappeared from the Bloomington landscape.
The Bloomington Open Studio Tour is celebrating its fifth year of showcasing art and building community with a bike map, a mobile app, and demos galore.
IU and Florence Italy’s Uffizi Gallery Museum will create 3-D digital collections online of over 1,000 classical sculptures dating back to the 15th century.
All year, IU's art museum has been celebrating its 75th birthday. This week, the occasion was toasted by a stunning act of philanthropy.
At IUCA+D, scientists, artists, software designers, and architects from around the country are considering how freehand drawing sparks the imaginative process.
Naptown Knitters, a knitting circle organized by residents of a minimum security prison, meets weekly to make hats, scarves and blankets.
A relationship that flickered in the fugitive medium of the text message is reified in the most transitory of gallery spaces.
Painter Maureen Forman has used the immediacy of her surroundings and directness of graphite to discover her own voice.
Residents of Dana, Indiana bemoan the removal of a mural honoring hometown hero Ernie Pyle. One man is seeking to refurbish the war correspondent's image.