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The Provenance Project at the IU Art Museum outlines the history of artworks.
The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction opened two art exhibits "Flora" and "Beauty and the Beast" Friday.
Thirty-eight faculty artists from the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine
Arts are scheduled to present art pieces Saturday, Jan. 25.
Associate professor Julie van Voorhis presented a talk on Egyptian symbols at the Art Museum.
Gallery of Art will open a show based on a variety of work by William S.
Burroughs on Jan. 24.
“Almost Illuminated,” opens Friday and will remain on display through Feb. 14 at the Grunwald Gallery.
5 new artists representing 5 different mediums will speak this spring at the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts.
The University Players performed “BOB: A Life in Five Acts”, their final show of the semester.
The Grunwald Gallery of Art opened its MFA and BFA Thesis
Exhibition to the public this Tuesday.
Bloomington Playwrights Project kicks off its premiere of “The Banana
Tree,” a play written by Dan Castellaneta and Deb Lacusta, tonight in
its in-building theater.
The documentary "Medora" premiered at the IU Cinema Thursday evening to a full
house and is set to tour 21 cities.
IU-Bloomington students, ages 18 to 64, will graduate, attaining a total of 1,945 degrees.
The Venue Fine Art & Gifts played host to scenic artist Don Geyra
Tueday as he discussed his 30-year career working on Broadway, movie and
The Union Board, the Office of Alternative Screening and Intervention
Services, the IU Health Center and the Student Alumni Association
co-sponsored a sober tailgate to offer students free food, drinks, games
and prizes before the IU football homecoming game on Saturday.
Launched Aug. 26, College Cookies is based on an old cookie recipe from
Anne Kirk, grandmother of 10, and sends cookies to hungry college
students across the nation.
The Bloomington Animal Shelter is organizing Adopt-a-Dog Month during October to promote dog adoptions from shelters.