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Global arts, humanities festival features China

January 13, 2017

IU Bloomington is hosting the largest Chinese arts and culture festival ever mounted in the Midwest — the inaugural Global Arts and Humanities Festival, “China Remixed: Arts and Humanities in Contemporary Chinese Culture.” The 2017 festival is sponsored by the IU Bloomington Arts and Humanities Council with support from various units and departments across campus. Most […]

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