In 2015, the IU Art Museum acquired an infrared camera, OSIRIS, an indispensable conservation tool that allows a painting's "underdrawing" to become visible.
Founded in 1870, Irvington gained popularity as an intellectual and artistic haven as home to celebrated Butler College. Today, the legacy continues.
Originally opened in 1917, the Irving Theater was a center of neighborhood activity for 50 years; today, owner Dale Harkins hopes to restore its former glory.
Join Little Indiana’s Jessica Nunemaker as she explores the town of Vevay, the home of the first commercial winery in the U.S.
Established in 1873 by German immigrant Christopher Schnabel, the National Library Bindery of Indiana is the oldest manufacturing company in Indianapolis.
Founded in 2001 by artist Gerry Masse, the Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum feature over 100 sculptures along 3-miles of trails in the hills of Greene County.
Tucked away among the offices of IU's chemistry building, craftsman Don Garvin is busy creating one-of-a-kind glassware where creativity and science merge.
Bloomington’s first interactive film festival, the Middle Coast Film Festival features over sixty films by filmmakers across the country, including Indiana.
After years playing the guitar, Clint Bear decided to build his own guitar; today, his custom guitars are nationally known for their superior sound and detail.
Pulling from a variety of musical influences, all-girl rock band, Thee Tsunamis, strives to epitomize the fun in punk, and pay homage to b-movie culture.