A pantheon of characters from Yoruba folklore translated to Louisiana appear on IU's stage.
The IU Soul Revue prides itself on performing music from all eras of black popular music. The key is selecting tunes that are timeless.
A look at what's going on this week in local arts news.
Joel Washington is a Bloomington-based artist whose colorful style has earned him recognition both home and abroad.
The Black Film Center and Archive is one of the world's most comprehensive collections of films by black filmmakers.
How Baltimore-based writer and producer David Simon turned his 12 years on the crime beat of a daily newspaper into the critically-acclaimed series The Wire.
Indiana University's African American Dance Company hosts its 35th annual spring concert. Using dance to create different moods while relating the human condition in the African Diaspora, the dancers mix jazz, modern, and ballet in the performance. Iris Rosa, professor and director of the dance company explains to WFIU's Erica Hunter why they integrated a political theme into the show.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with performance manager Joii Byrd.
Photographer Tyagan Miller talks about his work “Covenant: Scenes from an African American Church”.
Museum Curator of Works on Paper Nanette Brewer talks about a new work in the museum’s collection by John Wilson, and a new website module focusing on the museum’s collection of African American Art.