Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Arts credentials

    A new study has found that arts alumni from North American institutions are highly satisfied with their arts education.

  • 'Siyazama'

    Learn about the new exhibition at the Mathers Museum that explores the role of South African folk art in the fight against AIDS.

  • Brought to life

    Discover the collection of original Disney artwork housed at the Lilly Library, created by artist Willis Pyle.

  • Queen of Jazz

    IU's Black Film Center/Archive recently received a donation from the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation.

  • "Basically Baker Volume 2"

    Read about the newest recording produced by the Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra in celebration of the late IU jazz legend David Baker.

  • 'The King's Critique'

    A new musical written by two IU alums will premiere in June during IU Summer Theatre.

  • Writers welcome

    The 76th annual IU Writers' Conference offers more than classes; it's a chance to get inspired.

  • Curating creatively

    “It’s an industry standard that’s very big with museums,” campus art collections manager Amy Patterson said.

  • New Frontiers

    An IU professor will present the first original pronunciation performance of "King Lear" since the 17th century.

  • 'Color Your Campus'

    An adult coloring book published by IU Press will let you envision campus through your own creative lens.