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Tracy K. Smith, the 52nd and current United States Laureate, read her poetry in front of an overflowing Grand Hall in IU’s Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center on Thursday night.
Among the booths of food and crafts at this month's First Thursdays festival, the IU Cinema teamed up with the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive to present a demonstration on how to thread film into a projector.
An event brought to Bloomington by Hulu at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater this Thursday will give audiences a look at a new episode of the series “I Love You, America” with Sarah Silverman.
The IU Arts and Humanities Council will be showcasing the diversity of arts and humanities on campus and in Bloomington from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday evening for the First Thursdays Festival.
Tracy K. Smith, Poet Laureate of the United States will be meeting with IU’s Adrian Matejka, Poet Laureate of Indiana, for conversation and reading this Thursday in the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center at 7:30 p.m.
Every year on Labor Day Weekend, Fourth Street which is home to Bloomington’s many ethnic restaurants transforms to accommodate over 100 artists, live music and poetry readings into the Fourth Street Arts Festival.
The smell of garlic and corn wafted through the Waldron Hill Buskirk Park as people of Bloomington gathered for the Bloomington GarlicFest.
Teachers, college students, church volunteers, a U.S. Army recruiter and a nurse, among others, packed the meeting room at the Monroe County Library because they all had had close encounters with suicide.
Billy Cooper, the founder, organizer and “master brain” of the Indiana Toy and Comic Expo, created the event for his late father.
A lot of love went around Saturday evening at Bloomington Pridefest's 2018 final drag show. The Back Door presented Sasha Velour, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9, to a massive crowd of festival goers, glitter and gay vibes. The show featured several of Bloomington’s local drag queens and was free.
After a sprinkle of rain fell over Bloomington, rainbow flags and signs lined the wet streets at the fifth annual Bloomington Pridefest Saturday afternoon, as people gathered to celebrate and raise awareness for the LGBT community.
Bloomington PRIDE's fifth Pridefest, an annual street festival, will take place at 3 p.m. Aug. 25 on East Kirkwood Avenue.
Under a small white canopy in Peoples Park, Ben Thompson prepared his violin for an old-time music concert he was going to give to anyone who happened to be walking down Kirkwood Avenue.
The fifth annual Bloomington Pridefest to celebrate LGBTQ culture and community will take place at 3 p.m. on Aug. 25.
The Grunwald Gallery of Art will celebrate the work of 24 female, U.S.-based artists from the Black and Latinx Diasporas in an exhibition titled "Out of Easy Reach."
A woman in an inflatable dinosaur suit crept down the aisle, earning screams from children in the audience, before grabbing a cloth hanging from the ceiling and beginning an aerial performance. On Aug. 18 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, anything was possible.
The adventures of the band Huckleberry Funk may have little to do with Mark Twain.
“Paradise Wavering,” by artist Alice Q. Hargrave, is open at the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts, located at 505 W. 4th St. until Sept. 29.
The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra will be performing “Six Degrees of Leonard Bernstein” at 7 p.m. Aug. 19 at Waldron Hill Buskirk Park.
If you’re an introvert like me, IU’s Welcome Week activities might sound a little tiring. All of those social endeavors and floor meetings require a lot of effort, and even though they are very important to start the school year — and help cope with your homesickness — they can wear a student out pretty quickly.