Lotus at 20 is still bringing performers from around the world to our own back yard. And this year, plenty of those performers come from our own back yard.
Contemporary painting from Berlin, a celebration of abandoned films, comedian Jimmy Pardo, the Roller Girls at Playoffs, and a memoir about finding your voice.
Taking a cue from the coordinated programming scheduled as part of IU''s Themester 2013, we're examining the idea of connectedness.
An organization honored for collecting artisans' stories; a late local artisan with a storied past; and everyday stories that hover between fact and fiction.
IU's Jacobs School of Music offers tips for high school auditioners; painter George Ames Aldrich is revived; Men At Work frontman Colin Hay plays Indianapolis.
A toast to summer's pastimes from roller derby to Rolling Stones, comic-booking to cocktail-mixing, and a sidebar to Bloomington's traditional Labor Day fest.
A discussion with five community members participating in Makevention, Bloomington's first maker fair; and a visit to the 47th Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival.
We speak with photographer Mark Kidd, whose show "Long Term Parking" is currently on view, and examine the value of non-profit status for an arts organization.
Conversations with comedian Erin Foley and film director Joe Swanberg, a profile of countertenor and cellist Michael Linert, and a preview of Artistry & Rhythm.
The allure of painting on-site has captured another generation of Hoosier artists, whose work is currently represented in Painting Indiana 3: Heritage Of Place.