Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Lecture series

    Learn more about Madame C.J. Walker, the first female self-made millionaire in the U.S., at an upcoming symposium.

  • 'Woman President'

    A new book, co-authored by IUPUI professor Kristina Horn Sheeler, examines why the White House has remained male dominated.

  • Coming together

    IU will serve as the host institution for the the 58th Annual Meeting of Society for Ethnomusicology, taking place Nov. 14 to 17 in Indianapolis.

  • 'Writing Local History Today'

    Liberal arts professor Thomas Alexander Mason's new book offers "nuts-and-bolts" advice for writing local histories.

  • Artful debate

    Art and legal pundits can examine whether Albert C. Barnes' billion dollar art exhibit was stolen or moved during an upcoming forum.

  • Upcoming lecture

    Rachel Armstrong will present "The Technology of Nature," on Oct. 30 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

  • Gender roles

    The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute will present a lecture on the impact of religious movements on male-female relationships in early North America.

  • Inside look

    The Herron School of Art and Design is now offering a one-of-a-kind virtual tour of its facility.

  • Harrington Award

    The IUPUI Center for Economic Education has won the 2013 Peter V. Harrington Award for University Centers from the Indiana Council for Economic Education.

  • Influencer of the Year

    Gene Tempel has been recognized for his impact on the nonprofit sector.

  • Grant award

    Two IU professors are the recipients of a three-year grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.

  • Combat Paper Project

    Veterans' art to be on display during upcoming Herron School exhibit and workshops.

  • Herron at First Friday

    Herron Art Library showcased its collection of artists’ books in First Friday event.

  • Herron this fall

    The Herron Galleries will come alive beginning in early August with a group show that reveals the blurring boundaries between mediums.

  • Art therapy

    This summer and fall, professionals at national conferences from Seattle to Chicago and Louisville to New York will listen to Juliet King, Herron School of Art and Design’s director of art therapy, share tales from the frontier.

  • Speedway collection

    IUPUI collaborates on a new digital collection that captures racing history through more than 14,000 images.

  • In memory

    The family and a professor of IUPUI alumnus Eric Sharp have established the Eric Sharp Gateway Poetry and Fiction Writing Awards.

  • 'Cardenio' doc nominated

    The WFYI documentary highlighting the re-creation of a "lost" Shakespeare play and its world premiere at IUPUI is in the running for three Emmy Awards.

  • Cultural tourism award

    At the recent Midwest Cultural Tourism Conference, the Columbus Area Arts Council received a $25,000 award for its Columbus Indiana Sculpture Biennial project.

  • Inspiration strikes

    Learn about Herron's creative people, and more, in the electronic newsletter, Herronline.