All year, IU's art museum has been celebrating its 75th birthday. This week, the occasion was toasted by a stunning act of philanthropy.
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.
Audiences welcome the return of the much-loved summer concert series.
A faculty/student collaboration brings to life the music of Schoenberg and Berg alongside the paintings of Kandinsky.
"This isn't the type of information you usually read on a label in the gallery," Jenny McComas says of the Spoils Of War art exhibition.
When young people in the Congo document their daily life, the results include surprising glimpses of lightness and joy.
Decades later, the anonymity of many of these faces only seems to underscore Warhol’s prediction about one’s fifteen minutes of fame.
The Summer Quest is a chance to uncover the wonders of the world - animal, vegetable and mineral - without ever leaving the comforts of Bloomington.
Since 1961, Robert Laurent’s Birth of Venus fountain has been the centerpiece of Showalter Plaza, the artistic core of Indiana University’s Bloomington campus.
Although disparate in terms of form, works by Arthur Liou, Barry Gealt, and Osamu James Nakagawa emerged from the artists’ philosophical and personal kinship.