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Community-engaged research reenvisions historic mill's future
Working together in teams, IU faculty, students, and members of the Washington County, Ind., community are co-producing a new vision for the future of historic Beck's Mill, a gristmill establishd near Salem, Ind., in 1808.
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'Racial Justice Indiana' focus for Platform Lab's Indiana Studies
During the 2021-22 academic year, Indiana humanists and artists are collaborating on projects related to "Racial Justice Indiana" as part of the Platform’s Lab's Indiana Studies area.
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Open access publishing support expands reach of IU scholarship
Publishing a book is a milestone in most academic careers. IU Bloomington’s Carl Weinberg is reaching such a milestone with the help of IU Bloomington’s TOME program, which supports publication of open-access digital monographs in the humanities and humanistic social sciences.Read more about TOME and its impact
Close saw the exhibition for the first time during a visit to the IU Bloomington campus Oct. 21.
"Shaping Resilience," a public art display by the Grunwald Gallery of Art, ties in with the College of Arts and Sciences' 2021 Themester.
Zakkiyyah najeebah dumas o'neal has been chosen as the inaugural Engaged Artist-in-Residence for fall 2021.
Design professor Jiangmei Wu's DIY origami face mask, now called "Oricool," is on exhibit in Bloomington and will soon be in New York.
The lineup includes movies at Memorial Stadium, films tying to actress Glenn Close's costume collection and a Gene Tierney classics series.
The program at IUPUI is the first accredited art therapy program at a public university in Indiana.
The Michael A. and Laurie Burns McRobbie Emerging Artist Series will support national and international artists from diverse backgrounds.
The building for the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design realizes a rediscovered 1952 design created by Mies.
Honorees received one of three awards: the Cornerstone Award, Keystone Award or Herman B Wells Visionary Award.
The Jacobs School of Music's Scoring for Visual Media program is providing big-picture opportunities for students.