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On the wall is a movie screen with trailers and concessions stand ads running on a loop. Beside the screen a child turns the steering wheel of a makeshift car flanked by retro candy boxes and advertisements.
The Venue Fine Art & Gifts is beginning the year by incorporating a new hanging exhibit with its existing metal exhibition, which has covered the floor of the gallery since December.
When Kathy Barton was about 11 years old, she said she read her favorite comic books on a convent terrace in Ferdinand, Indiana.
Local artist Gary Anderson has been hand painting signs for the community for a number of years, and one of his notable works sits at the entrance of the Farmer House Museum.
The Bloomington Watercolor Society and the Monroe County History Center are teaming up to present a series of works celebrating the Indiana Bicentennial and the variety that exists in the aesthetic of Bloomington.
December’s Gallery Walk invited a variety of artists to showcase their works across Bloomington’s multitude of art spaces Friday.
The work of an IU alumnus playing with ideas of movement and form will be included among the December exhibits at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center.
The Venue Fine Art and Gifts will have a reception for one of its featured artists, according to a press release.
Pictura and the Shalom Community Center will work together to end homelessness through the lens of a camera at 5 p.m. Friday in Fountain Square Mall.
November’s First Friday Gallery Walk invited a variety of artists to show their work across many platforms, and this month many of the participating venues offered the works of photographers among their displays.
The candles on the large table set-up surrounded a myriad of seemingly unrelated items: a box of crayons, a wooden rooster, small bottles of tequila, newspaper clippings and drawings. These were just a few of the offerings community members have left for loved ones through the years for the Día de los Muertos altar lighting.
Little green water goblins are still illustrated on signs in some Japanese towns to warn visitors of the creatures notorious for drowning humans in the rivers they inhabit.
The Mathers Museum of World Cultures has invited a collection of Indiana artisans to demonstrate and tell the stories behind their specific craft form throughout the semester.
In collaboration with the Themester’s beauty programming, the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center will debut an exhibit and panel exploring beauty in music, according to a press release from Themester.
Local art gallery The Venue will open its latest collection of for-sale pieces at 6 p.m. Friday, according to a press release.
The Grunwald Gallery opened its latest exhibition “[Re]Imagining Science,” on Friday. The collection includes projects by artists and scientists that illustrate scientific principles and try to craft a different way to understand the field.
The Mathers Museum of World Cultures’ exhibition “Siyazama: Traditional Arts, Education, and AIDS in South Africa” explores the role of art in the midst of a health crisis that still plagues the nation.
Rosamond Purcell, a celebrated photographer of natural and found objects, will be in Bloomington today through Sunday, according to a recent press release. Her visit is sponsored by the Center for Integrative Photographic Studies and the Grunwald Gallery of Art, where an exhibition of her work will be opening Friday.
The School of Fine Arts Auditorium was packed for artist Vik Muniz’s lecture Friday. The event immediately preceded the opening of his show, “Vik Muniz,” at the Eskenazi Museum of Art.
Vibrant photographs of historical costumes and those wearing them can be found throughout the halls of the Mathers Museum of World Cultures on Friday.