Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Italian films

    Award-winning Italian films are showcased in the Italian Film Festival, through May 18.

  • 'True Colors'

    IUPUI hosts the premiere of a provocative new play about discrimination, bigotry and tolerance as gauged by reactions to President Obama's re-election.

  • Verdi's 'Requiem'

    Celebrate Verdi's 200th birthday with free 'Requiem' performances by the IU Jacobs School of Music.

  • Guantanamo gallery

    A new traveling exhibit running April 10 through May 12 at the IUPUI Cultural Arts Gallery reveals the history of Guantanamo.

  • Preserve the past

    The IUPUI museum studies program will host a "care fair" April 6 to offer guidance on how to preserve treasured heirlooms.

  • Bradbury weekend

    Jon Eller, the Bradbury center director, headlines Ray Bradbury Weekend events, March 22-23.

  • Cultural growth

    The Cultural Arts Gallery has long filled a vital role as a voice for IUPUI art projects and exhibits.

  • Philanthropy endowed chair

    A gift to the IU School of Philanthropy will create the nation's first endowed chair in women's philanthropy.

  • 'Measure for Measure'

    Indianapolis hosts another world-premiere Shakespeare event this month and into March.

  • Eskenazi center

    The new Eskenazi Fine Arts Center at Herron adds studio and gallery space needed to accommodate a growing department.

  • Man vs. Nature

    The School of Informatics' C. Thomas Lewis will exhibit his video installation, "From Now On," this month at Gallery 924.

  • Sachem Award

    In the last hours of Gov. Mitch Daniels’ administration, Herron grad Brett Harbour unveiled his latest public commission during a meeting at the Statehouse.

  • 'Watch Out'

    Cartoonist and LGBT advocate Alison Bechdel, best know for the comic strip "Dykes to Watch Out For," will give a lecture Feb. 28.

  • Arty math

    Morton Bradley's mathematically inspired creations evoke words such as “crystal,” “kaleidoscope,” “prism” and “snowflake.”

  • '3X3' returns

    Herron's new exhibit features three solo shows of works by sculptor and installation artist Sarah Wagner, photographer Jordan Tate and sculptor Jill Downen.