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Indian artist Bharti Kher will visit IU the week of Feb. 20 for gallery talks, giving students her critiques and a public Feb. 23 lecture, according to a Grunwald Gallery press release.
The skeletons of steel-enforced buildings stand alone in a desolate pile of rubble in four aerial photos of Hiroshima taken after the atomic bombing in 1945.
Poetry and collages combine to create “Jaded,” an exhibit coming to Bloomington-based design agency and gallery Blueline, Chelsea Sanders, Blueline founder and executive director, said. The exhibit will run through February.
The IU Eskenazi Museum of Art may be closed for renovations, but the museum is still welcoming its new Lucienne M. Glaubinger Director of Education, Heidi Davis-Soylu, to its staff. Davis-Soylu moved into her new office two weeks ago and spoke with the IDS last week about her goals and vision for her new role.
Although the antiquated tradition of people sending locks of hair to their loved ones died out in the 20th century, the Lilly Library has acquired notable locks of hair since the library's establishment in 1960.
Irish American painter Patricia Cole will have an opening reception for "Oil Paintings, Monoprints, Watercolors & Drawings" on Feb. 2 at the Thomas Gallery. The gallery will be open every Friday in February from 5 to 8 p.m., and also by appointment.
An IU professor’s work on a collection catalog was featured in the Sunday Times of London’s 2017 art books of the year list.
In the atrium of the Global and International Studies Building, just behind the three-story staircase, is a multicolored wall with bold stripes of mismatched stones.
Some of the artwork of the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art will settle into a temporary home in Kentucky while Eskenazi is closed for renovations, according to a statement released Wednesday.
The path to working at a rare books library is not as simple as enjoying books. The Indiana Daily Student sat down with librarians in the Lilly Library’s Slocum Room to talk about what schooling and experience can help one get a job at with a rare books collection.
Rebecca Baumann, assistant librarian at the Lilly Library, unzipped a red zipper on a white book sleeve that read “Lay text.” Inside was a garment bag with two soggy, drooping latex gloves. Baumann raised up the the book inside, a collection of six leaves of wax paper suspended on a hook.
The School of Art, Architecture + Design Faculty Exhibition, featuring more than 40 faculty members, will run until Feb. 9.
Andrew Rhoda flipped a polished metal cube over in his hands. A few more minutes of twisting and the cube fell apart into four pieces.
The School of Art, Architecture + Design Faculty Exhibition will be open to the public through Feb. 9 at the Grunwald Gallery of Art, according to a December press release.
Old saris are transformed into blankets, purses and home goods in a photography gallery that will be displayed at Gather, a Bloomington art gallery and gift shop, until Jan. 31.
Photographer Natasha Komoda's work revolves around body positivity. On Jan. 5, a gallery of her work opened which supports women's reproductive rights.
The Herman B Wells Library will soon launch the Arts and Humanities Council’s initiative “China Remixed” with the opening of a photographic exhibit.
Local artists will have an opportunity to showcase their wares in an open space this summer.
The Ryder Film Series kick-started 2017 with what Ryder director and founder Peter LoPilato referred to as an opportunity for people, specifically children, to gain a new perspective on foreign cultures.
As part of this month’s First Friday exhibitions, the I. Fell gallery opened a show titled “Fell + One,” a grouping of local artists’ works that included interactive elements.