In order to promote its programs designed to help impoverished rural citizens and restore the land, the FSA launched a massive propaganda machine.
Having rarely exhibited and never sold any of his artwork, Morton C. Bradley left his entire body of work--more than 300 pieces--to Indiana University.
A show of African ceramics recently donated to the IU Art Museum is currently paired with a retrospective of the donor's own artwork.
During the month of September, they’ll be opening their doors for an evening of coffee, snacks, music, and of course art.
The Indiana University Art Museum celebrates Limestone Month with four rare watercolor paintings by noted Hoosier artist, Otto Stark.
Indiana University's Art Museum features fifteen black-and-white photos by world renowned photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto in the exhibit, "Transcendent." Curator, Nan Brewer describes Sugimoto's artistic style.
An exhibition of fifteen prints by the internationally renowned photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto is currently on view at the Indiana University Art Museum in Bloomington. A fixture of the contemporary art scene for more than three decades, Sugimoto's photography has recently surfaced in the pop music world as well, as the cover image of U2's newest album, No Line on the Horizon. WFIU's Yaël Ksander spoke with curator, Nan Brewer.
A man’s home is his castle. Or in the case of emeritus professor William Itter, home is a journey through world culture. WFIU’s Yaël Ksander took a tour and brings back this story.
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.