Jiangmei Wu, an IU assistant professor of interior design, started to design a better-fitting face mask using origami in January after a suggestion from her brother. Now, the improved design will be used by three business partners to manufacture masks for the general public.
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IU Cinema moved its student film festival, Montage: A Celebration of Moving Pictures, online after COVID-19 disrupted the spring semester. The festival will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Professional opera singer Russell Thomas will start as an associate professor of music in voice for the Jacobs School of Music in August.
Among a myriad of postponements and cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one engaged couple in Monroe County found a way to still have their wedding day.
The week before spring break, 14 of IU's musical theater students were at a loss when they heard their senior showcase would be postponed due to COVID-19. Broadway World, a theater news website, gave five of them a way to keep performing.
When the sun is out, Bloomington resident Angus Burke practices his bagpipe skills in the Frank Southern Ice Arena parking lot.
The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art is offering virtual group art therapy in place of its typical in-person sessions after the museum was closed to the public on March 10.
Trumpeter Kevin Cobb will join the IU Jacobs School of Music staff in the fall, IU announced April 1 in a press release.
Bloomington resident Kay Olges was on Facebook in the middle of the night when she discovered the call for masks.
IU Cinema is now offering virtual screenings and Zoom film discussions on its website.
It’s no secret that the coronavirus affects daily lives, but for some, it affects one of the biggest days of their lives.
A few weeks ago, Bloomington arts organizations were prepared to put on plays, organize music festivals and teach children about international music. Today, those plays are being replaced with live readings, the festivals with Instagram account takeovers and the lessons with the children have been canceled.
All Jacobs School of Music public performances scheduled between Monday and May 16 are canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, according to an email from Jacobs Friday morning.
The Buskirk-Chumley Theater will be closed through May 10 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, according to a statement released by the theater on Tuesday. Events during the time period will be canceled or postponed.
UPDATE: Cardinal Stage's presentation of "Ada and the Engine" is canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Cardinal Stage will announce more details about its cancellation policy on Monday.
Argentine tango class facilitator Elise Boruvka, 32, said her favorite part of class is when a dancer has an “aha” moment. About a decade ago, she was a participant.
The word opera typically conjures up images of wealth, elegance and ornate theaters– not kids.
The Jacobs School of Music’s New Music Ensemble will perform three pieces from Indiana composers in its first Indiana Remixed concert of the year. The concert is at 8 p.m. Thursday in Auer Hall, and two compositions will premiere.
Bloomington nonprofit Artisan Alley on Friday will start renting a corner in Art Beat, a new art gallery in College Mall.
The Jacobs School of Music production of the opera “La Traviata," or “The Fallen Woman,” by Giuseppe Verdi opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Musical Arts Center. Performances continue on Saturday and March 6 and 7.