IU Professor Has Print Displayed In Olympic Art Exhibition
Bernstein’s print will be in an international exhibition called the Creative Cities Collection at the Barbican Centre in London.
The Old VFW Hall Becomes Bloomington’s Newest Arts Venue
The old Veterans of Foreign Wars hall in downtown Bloomington gets remodeled and re-monikered as the Back Door, Bloomington's newest arts venue.
Memorializing Officer Long
The Terre Haute police department is working to preserve the memory of Officer Brent Long, who was killed last summer while serving a warrant.
A Soldier’s Things: Veterans Memorial Museum Of Terre Haute
A Terre Haute businessman is turning his lifelong passion for military history into a museum that celebrates the role of the regular soldier.
IU Historian Recreates Oldest Gramophone Record From Print
An Indiana University historian has discovered and restored what might be the oldest gramophone recording in the world, using a technique he developed himself.
From Eyesore to Eye-Candy: Yarnstorming On ISU Campus
The new wave of unsanctioned public art-making has landed in Terre Haute. Unlike graffiti, this subversive art form is warm, fuzzy, and cute.
Bloomington Community Reacts To Brain Extravaganza
It's been 4 weeks since 22 larger-than-life brain statues were installed around town. Annie Corrigan finds out what community members think about the project.
Showers Brothers: Bloomington’s Go-Figure Success Story
Everyday life in Bloomington in the 1850s was a drama of scarce water and free-range pigs. The allure for prospective entrepreneurs was not obvious.
Trashion Refashion Celebrates Dumpster Couture
Belt made of duct tape. Necklaces sewn together with pop-tops. Wet suits turned into dresses. It must be Trashion Refashion.
Gardening At The Crossroads Of Beauty And Survival
You might think WonderLab is kidstuff, but what if--just a hypothesis here--a playful, creative approach is the only way to save the world?
Deep River: The African American Choral Spiritual
As Dr. Mumford says, "one finds in the Spirituals the polarities of hope and despair, joy and sorrow, death and life."
Sample Gates: Honoring The History, Looking To The Future
The Sample Gates were constructed in the 1980s after decades of controversy, but its history is still being written.
Writer Rigoberto Gonzalez: Across Genres, Across Communities
"I wanted to write in proximity to these lives because they are part of my community. So many of their anxieties were anxieties that I shared."
Twisted Limb Paperworks, Upland Join Forces – Cheers To That
Sheryl Woodhouse-Keese makes paper from Upland Brewing Company's spent grain, but don't ask her to tell you how she does it. This is a secret worth keeping.
There’s More Than One Way To Wear A Condom
As part of National Condom Week, local designers are using 500 condoms to create garments that will be on display at the first Condom Fashion Show.
Kaia Goes Far And Wide—And Deep—With ‘Freedom Land’
Purists objected to Kaia's pairing of a shape note hymn and Radiohead. "What have you done to our music?" wrote Youtube viewers. "Who do you think you are?"
The Indiana University Children’s Choir: A Winter Concert
"Singing is a learned behavior. With the right experiences, the right opportunities, anyone can learn to sing."
Area Musicians Keep Christmas Music Fresh, Year In, Year Out
Worship Minister Dan Wallace says putting together the music for the Christmas services at the First Christian Church in Columbus, Indiana is a group effort.
There’s No Place Like Home For The Holidays
Quick. Think Christmas. Chances are it's not a pink plastic tree in a mid-century modern ranch that first comes to mind.
Noon Concert Series Celebrates Hoagy Carmichael
The annual Hoagy Carmichael birthday concert is an opportunity for local musicians to perform tunes beyond the greatest hits.
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