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The IU Libraries Moving Image Archive has digitized 116 World War II propaganda films that spans from 1940 to 1945. IU
libraries launched the digital exhibition in honor of the 70th
anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy, according to an IU
Newsroom press release.
The exhibition, “Spiritualists, Sorcerers and Stage Magicians: Magic and the Supernatural at the Lilly Library,” opened June 2 and will be available to the public until Aug. 30.
Changes inspire museum to widen breadth.
“What Does Bloomington Look Like to Me?” opened Friday.
The downtown gallery features artists from Bloomington and surrounding areas.
Ed Bernstein's "Angels, Ghosts, & Inconvenient Events" opened Friday at the Ivy Tech Waldron.
Events and exhibitions include Valentine's Day themes, urban photography.
The museum will feature modern, contemporary and classic exhibitions.
Portraits gifted by Warhol Foundation are on display in the first floor gallery.
The exhibition will run through March 26.
Geraldine McFadin's work is featured at the Blueline Gallery.
David Ebbinghouse has been using bones and sticks in his artwork for more than 30 years.
Indiana University receives grant to preserve Orson Welles radio show
Two local artists, Joshua Byron and Rose Harding, will be having a pop-up art exhibition in an apartment.
Sidney and Lois Eskenazi donated $15 million to the IU art museum and their entire collection of art.
Unveil of largest rain-activated piece slated for CultureFest After-Party.
Largest Rainwork revealed during celebration including crafts, ice cream
Artists and poets present their work at The Venue’s second Ekphrasis series
"Framing Beauty" exhibit opens at 6 p.m. today at the Grunwald Gallery of Art.
"Framing Beauty" opened at the Grunwald Gallery of Art on Friday with 20 artists' work.