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Arts & Humanities

  • Supporting art

    Learn about the special dedication of the IU Theatre's production of 'The Tempest' and enter to win tickets to opening night.

  • Making an impact

    "Batman" producer Michael Uslan talked with students at The Media School after a screening of his film.

  • 'Many Worlds, One Globe'

    Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder, of “This American Life” and co-creators of "Serial," are among speakers featured in a Hutton Honors College lecture series.

  • Sharing culture

    Over the winter break, the African American Dance Company took part in a weeklong exchange program and performed in Beijing.

  • Treetops glisten, children listen

    Enter to win the perfect holiday book for little ones, inspired by letters written to Santa Claus asking "But What If There's No Chimney?"

  • A lifetime of stories

    Richard Bauman, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of folklore and ethnomusicology, will receive a lifetime achievement award this week.

  • Ghost stories

    A Bring Out Your Dead event celebrated the 400th anniversary of the deaths of two literary masters in grand fashion.

  • Dress for success

    Heather Milam established IU's costume technology program and will soon see her first class of students don their caps and gowns.

  • Early music

    Angela Mariani will celebrate 25 years of hosting WFIU's "Harmonia," now syndicated on more than 150 stations nationwide.

  • Arts credentials

    A new study has found that arts alumni from North American institutions are highly satisfied with their arts education.