Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Scissors as art

    The hanging art, "I Dream of Scissors," is the work of Jenn Brown, a Herron senior studying sculpture.

  • Art exhibition

    Master’s and graduate students from the Herron School of Art & Design are featured in this year’s 2015 M.F.A. Exhibition, which runs through May 23.

  • Showcasing students' passions

    IUPUI Honors Scholars to showcase research, service-learning accomplishments.

  • Reiberg Reading Series

    IUPUI students have gotten an insider’s view of the creative process from notable authors and poets.

  • IAHI presentation

    Award-winning author Jacob Hamblin will spotlight environmentalism's future at IAHI event.

  • Roundtable

    Arts and humanities experts will discuss the future of their field.

  • 'From Science to the Supernatural'

    Ray Bradbury will be the focus of a special four-day film series at IU Cinema on the IU Bloomington campus beginning March 24.

  • Faculty Forum

    The annual event offers a grown-up option amid Camp Brosius’ traditional youth-oriented options.

  • Helping Hands Art Auction

    Chancellor Charles Bantz and Philanthropy Dean Amir Pasic are among the many artists who have contributed paintings to help Riley Hospital for Children.

  • Think It Make It Lab

    Creativity and technology collide at Herron's newest space for design, research, production and more.

  • Cultural exchange

    Seven musicians and faculty members from the School of Engineering and Technology were a cultural hit in Guangzhou, China.

  • Music season

    IUPUI musicians share their passions during December performances.

  • Hazelett Forum

    Angie's List founder Angie Hicks will share her insights on leadership Nov. 20 at the Indianapolis Central Library.

  • Visiting novelist

    Award-winning writer Randa Jarrar is the featured speaker at the first Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here Symposium this month.

  • Creative healing

    Herron professor Juliet King is using art therapy to improve the lives of veterans facing emotional adjustments after wartime.

  • 'Distressing deficit'

    The Center for Civic Literacy recently received a grant to study the gap in civics education available to students in wealthy and poor neighborhoods.

  • 'Cadaver, Speak'

    Marianne Boruch will direct liberal arts and medical students in a readers' theater performance of her latest poetry collection.

  • Read all about it

    New York University's Kathleen Fitzpatrick will explore the future of books in this age of digital readers at an upcoming campus lecture.

  • Unprecedented win

    Herron professor Anila Quayyum Agha is the first person to win top honors at ArtPrize by both popular vote and by a jury of experts.

  • Library turns 21

    Faculty, staff, students and administrators will join community patrons on Oct. 11 to celebrate University Library's anniversary.