The Art+Feminism Edit-a-Thon is part of a new kind of event that invites volunteers to help improve the landscape of one of the world's largest online resources.
Both "Rolling" and "Probie" were produced in just a week. Now, the students behind them are headed to the Cannes Film Festival.
Since the 1960s, the remnants of New York City's St. Paul Building have taken up residency in Indianapolis' Holliday Park. Known simply as The Ruins, the architectural features provide a glimpse back at Karl Bitter's 1898 skyscraper.
To celebrate 50 years of WTIU, we asked former staff to share their favorite memories and the impacts the station has had on their lives and careers.
We dug into our station's archives to pick out some of WTIU's most memorable series.
Since 2012, Double Exposure has been pairing student filmmakers and composers to create short films, all presented with a live ensemble.
The phenomenon that began in Taiwan and Japan has made its way to Indiana in a few locations. One cafÃ©'s co-owner tells us how combining cats and coffee has led to new homes for hundreds of local animals.
The 1983 documentary from WTIU talks with the local jazz legends who made the genre big in Central Indiana.
Former WTIU Director of Operations and Engineering Barrie Zimmerman writes about the time before WTIU's broadcasts when the TV studio was occupied by a theater pipe organ.
Local DJ Madison True talks about the DJ and dance music scene and her new spot on a cruise hosted by Kesha.
Indiana weather can be...unpredictable. So we caught up with the people behind the state's first indoor dog park.
Check out how local news coverage on WTIU has changed over the past few decades.
Girl Scout Cookies and Beer brings together two of your favorite carbohydrates, and raises money for Girl Scouts of Central Indiana in the process.
The new virtual reality experience from Bloomington-based Flyover Zone Productions builds on centuries of literature and sculpture, all to bring the ancient metropolis about an inch from your eyes.
We combed the PBS archives to find 7 old PBS shows you may have forgotten about.
Local artist Jared Cheek has translated stories and memories of the storm into a new exhibition at Rainbow Bakery this month.
Back in 1938, all it took to measure BAC was a machine, some math and some birthday decorations.
We'll be publishing stories looking back on WTIU's history and its impact as a PBS station. We'll remember past shows, station events and even hear from a few WTIU alumni.
A look back at WTIU's first news broadcast during one of the worst storms the state has ever seen.
Steve Bodi spends his vacations hunting for fossils out West. You just might lose your head over his latest find.