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Ninety-six years ago, on Dec. 11, 1922, the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, then the Indiana Theater, opened its doors to the public.
The sound of chains hitting the concrete, screams from children and adults and growls from Krampus beasts could be heard through the streets of Bloomington on Saturday evening.
A little girl’s dream comes to life in the IU Ballet’s 55th annual production of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker."
Sara Driver is a filmmaker who tells her stories in ways that many people believe to be new and different. She said her movies often reference folk tales and mythology from other parts of the world and balance the rigidity of a normal storyline with the flow of poetry and art.
Imagine being a small child in Alpine Europe in the 17th century. Now imagine a tall, hairy beast with long horns coming to dole out a punishment for being naughty rather than nice during the holidays. The mythical monster that gives punishment is the Krampus, and many people dressed as the beast will visit Bloomington on Dec. 1, according to Visit Bloomington’s website.
The Grammy-nominated Singing Hoosiers will present “Chimes of Christmas” at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1 at the IU Auditorium.
In April 2018, a request was sent to the artists of Bloomington to create an artwork that showcases Bloomington’s geology or water history.
The fourth annual event to honor local arts advocates, educators and businesses will take place Nov. 17 at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center.
November is Native American Heritage Month, and The First Nations Educational and Cultural Center will be celebrating all month.
John Mellencamp will give an acoustic performance as part of the 40th Anniversary of the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center benefit celebration in December.
Celebrating diversity and unity to a packed house, the African American Arts Institute, or AAAI, presented the 25th anniversary “Potpourri of the Arts in the African American Tradition” at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10.
Celebrating both diversity and unity, the African American Arts Institute will present the 25th anniversary performance of, “Potpourri of the Arts in the African American Tradition” at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 10.
“Help a Hoosier,” a talent show meant to empower those who struggle with homelessness, addiction or mental illness, will take place Nov. 16 at the John Waldron Arts Center.
The lights of the Buskirk-Chumley Theater were set to a dim glow as Kat Forgacs, instructor and series organizer of "Being Bloomington: Being Peace" sat on the stage, still as a statue. Forgacs was preparing to begin an hour-long mediation session inside the theater’s main room for a handful of participants who came to find quiet reflection.
Carmen Boullosa, the award-winning poet and writer, discussed her creative process and diverse career Monday as part of a literary workshop.
The lights dim, and the audience is plunged into pitch black — the moments before a film screening are always the same. One thing that was special about the screening Nov. 2 was that the films shown were all created by graduate students at IU.
The Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market’s 12th annual soup tasting was in full swing at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 3. Inside the large tent set up in front of City Hall, restaurant representatives were busy bringing out pots of soup for people to sample.
People flocked together at La Casa Latino Cultural Center to celebrate the Mexican traditional holiday, the Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos.
Based on the classic comedy film, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” “Monty Python's Spamalot” will be performed at 8 p.m. Oct. 30 and 31 in the IU Auditorium.
Three Jacobs School of Music students will perform 17th and 18th century classical music at The Venue next week.