Bloomington's doyenne of the arts was recognized for six decades of service to Bloomington with the dedication of January 9, 2013 in her name.
Here, delight is camouflaged in the cloak of the everyday, whether you’re waiting for the elevator, trudging down the hall, or scanning a bulletin board.
“Five people out here in mud up to our ankles.” That's the way Amy Brier remembered the first Indiana Limestone Symposium, which she co-founded in 1997.
A 300 million year old material has made its way from the quarries of south central Indiana to the nation’s most significant landmarks.
Over the summer, the City of Bloomington partnered with the Bloomington Area Arts Council to mount a public art project designed to engage local artists, empower youth, and encourage strolling around downtown. And, as WFIU’s Yaël Ksander reports, it dealt with one of the homelier features of the urban landscape that were largely unnoticed by […]