An ethnomusicologist, performer, educator, and director of IU Soul Revue, Tyron Cooper also makes his mark as a film composer.
Indiana University Bloomington Professor Jawshing Arthur Liou is one of 102 artists selected for the ambitious “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now” exhibition at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Liou is the only artist from Indiana who will be represented. “State of the Art” is a sweeping, up-to-the-minute survey of contemporary art, […]
Thirty-two faculty members from six IU campuses have been awarded grants for their projects in arts and humanities through Indiana University’s 2013-14 New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities program. In 2014, New Frontiers enters its 10th year of supporting IU faculty in the arts and humanities. Initially funded by the Lilly Endowment Inc. starting […]
IU Bloomington faculty teams collaborated on a unique exhibit showcasing projects rooted in scientific imaging and transformed by techniques from visual arts.
Indiana University’s Mathers Museum of World Cultures is one of three U.S. institutions selected to collaborate with Chinese museums as part of a three-year program organized by the American Folklore Society and the China Folklore Society and funded by the Asia Program of the Henry Luce Foundation. Beginning this year through 2016, the museum will […]
IU’s Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative will preserve historical and cultural artifacts for future generations.
IU Bloomington sound media historian Patrick Feaster and IU Jacobs School of Music Professor Wayne Wallace’s quintet both have 2014 Grammy nominations. Feaster’s book and CD set, titled “Pictures of Sound: One Thousand Years of Educed Audio: 980-1980,” is nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Historical Album. The compilation details Feaster’s use of digital […]
As Bethany Nolan writes in her recent Art at IU blog post, “if you haven’t visited the Grunwald Gallery to see the “Imag(in)ing Science” exhibit on display through Oct. 11, do it.” The exhibit is the remarkable result of collaborations among IU Bloomington scientists (from biology, geology, informatics, and psychology) and IU Bloomington artists (photographers, […]