Nothing Says Freedom Like Marks On A Wall: Cairo Street Art
There was no street art in Cairo before January 25th. But afterwards, "they painted tree-trunks, they painted cars, they painted furniture in public."
A Home Of Her Own: Reclaiming ‘A Latter-Day Frontier’
Nancy Hiller and Kendall Reeves' A Home of Her Own is an anthology of radical tales of female reinvention, disguised as a coffee table book for decorators.
Through The Woods To A Refuge Of The Mind
Memories of childhood journeys in the South African Highveld underlie references to urban alleys and a moonlit lake in Tamar Kander's abstract paintings.
A Life Like This: Sallyann Murphey’s Bean Blossom Dreams
Sallyann Murphey might be a Londoner by birth, but her writing about Brown County is part of the legacy of American transcendentalists like Thoreau and Emerson.
Throughout the next hour, we will explore the evolution from the Dracula character in Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel to the many movies featuring the Count, and the very real historical figure who is now inextricably linked to the father of all vampires,...
Lotus Volunteers: Homegrown Citizens Of The World
The magic dust that transforms Bloomington into a multicultural mecca for Lotus weekend also converts mere mortals into an elite corps of volunteers.
Amplifier: Lotus World Music & Arts Festival
The 18th annual Lotus World Music Arts Festival will feature performances by 26 groups, including the Creole Choir Of Cuba, Dikanda and the Orchid Ensemble.
A Mesmerizing Effect: ‘Woven Treasures’ At The Waldron
"Each one of these carpets has the effect of calming me. I just love to look at them. I'm sort of mesmerized by them."
Celebrating The Maker Spirit At The Indy Mini Maker Faire
The most inventive art, craft, and technology of the present will be on display at the Indy Mini Maker Faire.
Spoken Word Stage Adds New Wrinkle To Fourth Street Fest
Will the crowd at the Fourth Street Festival be interested in slowing down, pulling up a chair and taking a listen to the performers at the Spoken Word Stage?
My Reconstructed Life: To Be Young And Rich In Bedford, 1908
The view through Mary Lemon's eyes is a privileged perspective of Bedford in its heyday, a time when it was known as the Limestone Capital of the World.
Break Away Books: The Literary Memory Of The Midwest
"Writers are tenders of the necropolis—people who take care of the city of the dead."
Tig Notaro: Stand-Up Comedy Rock Star
Tig Notaro is the only comedian signed by the indie music label Secretly Canadian, and she loves being part of the scene. She will be performing in Bloomington to celebrate the release of her first album on the label, "Good One."
Square Dance Caller Michael Ismerio Do-Sa-Dos With Tradition
Michael Ismerio has dedicated his life to the mastery of old time music.
The Happy Benefits To Writing Their Lives
"You see this incredible blossoming in these young women, as writers and as girls who are really thoughtful, and who have something to say about the world."
Abby Gitlitz And The Great Glass Pumpkin Patch
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Wylie House: A ‘Slice Of Life’ Lived Long Ago
Many of the artifacts provide clues as to how the Wileys lived. If the toothbrush is a hint at their private lives, some of the more beautiful pieces on display are glimmers of a more public existence.
Wonder In The Details: A Stroll Down The Limestone Trail
How is the campus limestone tour like mushroom hunting? Once you “get your eyes on,” previously camouflaged details start to pop out everywhere.
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