Turning a urinal into a sculpture may have been a response to the atrocity of war; African-American music has long had its own way of registering dissent.
On Valentine's Eve, one father bakes pies and sings of love; another left his loving legacy in wood and woods. Plus, pictures of Chinese feminism in action.
Artists Liz Ingram and Vik Muniz, and a Columbus architecture tour guide suggest strategies that refresh our vision and reconnect us to the world.
The mark of the outsider has been co-opted by the mainstream, yet the art form evolves. Two shows at the Grunwald Gallery explore Indiana's tattoo history.
The Pussyhat Project is one creative form of political engagement. Stewart Huff’s comedy is another.
A show of Western and Native American art and a documentary about a fashion revolution tell stories of American resilience not widely told.
Visits from the comedian behind Stan Against Evil, and a filmmaker who excavates history for the stories of the black lives that have shaped it. And a bonfire!
"I have found that going to that old place is healing." Conversations about art and pain with poet Patricia Jabbeh Wesley and actress Krisha Fairchild.
The Canopy of Lights helped revive community spirit for the heart of the city; others in town revel in the dark side of the season with a Burroughs classic.
Flying forward rolls as therapy? Bloomington's circus scene offers opportunities for growth. And the Alzheimer's Poetry Project: breaking through with verse.