Bloomington Open Studios Tour offers visitors an opportunity to venture beyond the frame into the daily reality of local artists' lives and practices.
The invitation to the Phoenix Bonfire said to bring a failed creation, broken tool, unfinished poem, or similar disappointment to throw into the flames.
Organizers collected 100 pieces of art created by kids. The Royale Hair Parlor stylists chose a picture that would serve as the inspiration for a hairstyle.
Originally built as a car dealership, the I. Fell Building has been converted into something like an artist incubator.
Belt made of duct tape. Necklaces sewn together with pop-tops. Wet suits turned into dresses. It must be Trashion Refashion.
Kyle Durie needed to recharge her creative battery. She left her business printing wedding invitations to embark on a cross-country letterpress adventure.
Stone Belt's Art and Craft program goes beyond occupational therapy. The art program is right at the heart of the agency's mission. WFIU's Yaël Ksander got to know a few of those individuals, who are starting to define themselves as artists.
Curator Jenny McComas talks about a special loan of a recently discovered painting by French Romantic master Eugene Delacroix.
Curator Diane Pelrine talks about “African Art Today,” a new exhibition of works by Tijani Sitou and Kalidou Sy at the IU Art Museum.
Adelheid Gealt, Director of the IU Art Museum talks about 18th century Venetian master Domenico Tiepolo. His New Testament cycle is the subject of a book by Gealt and scholar George Knox, as well as a special exhibition at the IU Art Museum.
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