How is the campus limestone tour like mushroom hunting? Once you “get your eyes on,” previously camouflaged details start to pop out everywhere.
By the end of the tour, visitors know what is and what is not a gargoyle, and discover the only decorative aspect of Ballantine Hall.
“Five people out here in mud up to our ankles.” That's the way Amy Brier remembered the first Indiana Limestone Symposium, which she co-founded in 1997.
A 300 million year old material has made its way from the quarries of south central Indiana to the nation’s most significant landmarks.
The Indiana University Art Museum celebrates Limestone Month with four rare watercolor paintings by noted Hoosier artist, Otto Stark.