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.
Readers of Bloom Magazine are being invited to take a look at their city through the eyes of its homeless residents.
Lilly Library curator Andrew Rhoda discusses how puzzles can teach us about history and ourselves.
Beyond clichés about the heartland and the popular imagery of "authenticity", a new photography magazine seeks to tell the real stories of the Midwest.
Personal effects, zoological specimens, and bric-à-brac from across IU’s two centuries abound in the Wunderkammer, currently on view at the Grunwald Gallery.
In Bloomington, there’s a new way for visual artists to connect with patrons. And the business model comes from an unlikely source--the crop share.
The designer who determined what the 70s looked like spent his teen years in Indiana. Budding Hoosier designers are finding inspiration in vintage Halston.