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The IAHI Presents “Space Oddities,” an Eclipse History Podcast

In celebration of the coming eclipse, the IU Indianapolis Arts and Humanities Institute is excited to premier this new forty-minute podcast episode. Titled “Space Oddities” in honor of David Bowie, whose music inspired humans to look to the skies, this podcast will treat listeners to the story of solar eclipses across human history, from ancient […]

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Art, Augmented Reality, and an Instrument Played by Dancing

The IAHI recently had the privilege of hosting artist and transmedia playwright Kat Mustatea, who is currently touring the country following the release of her new book from MIT press, Voidopolis. Mustatea’s visit was co-sponsored by the Donald Tavel Arts and Technology Research Center.   Voidopolis is a first-of-its kind augmented reality book that is read […]

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Inaugural Speculative Play and Just Futurities Artist-in-Residence: Artur Silva

Artur Silva, the inaugural fellow of the Speculative Play and Just Futurities residency program at the IAHI, recently completed his residency and is preparing to exhibit his work in London. When reflecting on his return to Indianapolis from his hometown of Rio de Janeiro, Silva agreed that the city is like a magnet: “It just […]

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Kat Mustatea Brings New Augmented Reality Book Voidopolis to Indianapolis

The IAHI is pleased to announce three events with artist and transmedia playwright Kat Mustatea on November 8th and 9th, presented in collaboration with the Donald Tavel Arts and Technology Research Center. Kat is currently promoting the release of her book Voidopolis, a first-of-its-kind augmented reality book that combines text, image, and app in a profound meditation […]

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The Center for Africana Studies & Culture Welcomes Rob Dixon

The Center for Africana Studies & Culture at IU Indy will welcome the renowned, Indianapolis-based jazz musician Rob Dixon as the first artist in residence for the 2023-2024 academic year. Dixon, a tenor saxophonist, is an active recording artist, an adjunct professor at IU Indy, and a jazz studies lecturer at Northwestern’s Bienen School of […]

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IAHI Summer Academy Fellowship (Deadline extended to Feb. 15, 2023)

The IAHI Summer Academy Fellowship supports IUPUI researchers who wish to participate in the IAHI Summer Academy, an intensive and immersive program focused on aiding scholars in accelerating sustainable major interdisciplinary projects that integrate arts, humanities, or qualitative social science approaches into their core research agenda. Summer Academy Fellows participate in a full-time, three-week academy that provides them the time, space, and support to […]

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The Indianapolis Anthology: a crossroads of diverse writers

IUPUI Dept. of English associate faculty instructor Norman Minnick serves as editor of The Indianapolis Anthology published by Belt Magazine, available to order now. In the anthology, a diverse cross-section of writers focus their attention on the Circle City. Tube Factory artspace will have a socially-distanced reading and book release on Saturday, May 15, 2021 […]

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NEA Grant, Son Lux Track, and over a Dozen Publications from IUPUI English Faculty

IUPUI creative writing faculty has been very productive in terms of publishing their work, launching their projects, and getting grants over the past year. Here’s a list of publications, projects, films, and awards: Mitchell Douglas, Associate Professor of English “Voyager,” a poetic triptych, appears in print in the album art and as a recorded performance […]

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Dan Hicks on The Brutish Museums (streaming video)

When you walk into any encyclopedic art museum in 2020, you’re likely to see artifacts plundered during European colonial conquests. But you’re unlikely to see, in these museums, any mention that these objects were stolen.

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IUPUI professor Laura Holzman gets creative to “Free the Vaccine”.

 Herron hosts virtual exhibit Creativity vs. COVID: Ending the Pandemic for Good“. First published in NUVO on April 3, 2021. Laura Holzman has occasionally found herself at the intersection of art and medicine in her career as an academic and public scholar. In her book Contested Image, she highlighted the fight to keep the painting […]