It will be a homecoming of sorts when Fernanda Cardoso visits Bloomington for a screening of her film 'Bloomington' at the Pride Film Festival.
A Bloomington elementary school with more than its share of challenges is looking toward an arts-based curriculum for a fresh start.
Alice Curry, Mary Moran, and Krista Weiss discuss how hard economic times have affected their budgets, their music making, and their plans for the future.
The Musical Arts Youth Orchestra, or MAYO, is an inter-school orchestra where kids of all ages come together to play a wide range of musical styles.
The 3rd annual MOSAIC Film Festival addresses issues of poverty, homelessness, and disability through a variety of short films for adults and children.
Since 2004, thousands have converged annually in Bloomington for the PRIDE Film Festival, a celebration and exploration of the LGBTQ community.
The Canopy of Lights celebrates more than just the holidays; in many ways it’s a paean to Bloomington’s dynamic downtown.
WFIU’s Josephine McRobbie visited a local karaoke night to find out just what makes this form of entertainment so ubiquitous.
Musician Dan Burton reflects on how he keeps things fresh a decade in as ringleader of Bloomington indie institution Early Day Miners.
One came for photography and the other for print making, but both have an active interest in the spectrum of arts and in community involvement.