The IU Art Museum kicks off its Coffeehouse Nights series with plenty of culture and caffeine
Perle Fine was on the vanguard of American art in the 40s and 50s. Her work belongs to the nation's flagship art collections. So why don't you know her name?
There was no street art in Cairo before January 25th. But afterwards, "they painted tree-trunks, they painted cars, they painted furniture in public."
The Iranian posters on view at the IU Art Museum reveal how "a democratic revolution was Islamized through a wide range of discursive and visual tools."
Renovation of the museum's atrium is being undertaken by a Mooresville firm that has successfully tackled similar projects at the Guggenheim and the Corcoran.
A look at what's in the limelight this week in local arts news.
This is the first year The Art of Chocolate has included a juried art show and online auction. Thirty-four local artists have contributed their works.
The show shimmers with the leavings of mass-produced consumer culture—a Fanta bottle cap, a plastic swing tag, a rainbow-striped chunk of flip-flop.
The process of stabilizing an aging masterpiece provides the opportunity to consider something that’s larger-than-life, from an intimate vantage point.
While it’s a frequent pit stop for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Bloomington is also home to a fair share of Buddhist art.