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Black History Month Events Around IUPUI

BY INSIDE IUPUI Feb. 3, 2021 February is Black History Month, and the IUPUI Multicultural Center has released a calendar of events honoring the occasion. You can download the calendar of events online. To strike out more on your own, download this Black History Month activity guide. Additionally, the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute wanted to call attention […]

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Art Arts and Humanities International IU Community

Dan Hicks on “the Brutish Museums”

Dan Hicks discussed his book ‘The Brutish Museums: The Benin Bronzes, Colonial Violence, and Cultural Restitution’ on Dec. 8 in the IAHI’s Art+Ethics seminar. This article, which originally appeared as a preview to that event, was also published Dec. 11 in NUVO. In the African galleries at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, you’ll […]

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Faculty and Staff IU Community

Interview with Jessica Davis, Director of Sustainability at IUPUI

by Ben Valentine Editor’s note: This article was originally published in NUVO on Dec. 1, 2020. If you want to check out more of Ben Valentine’s interviews with environmental leaders click here. Jessica Davis is the director of sustainability at IUPUI, where she develops and leads a strategy to grow sustainability over the whole campus […]

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Arts and Humanities Events IU Community

Nichole Newman talks about the Max Kade German-American Research and Resource Center

The Max Kade Center will host a second Book Club on Dec. 5th, 2020 at 12p (Eastern), featuring Dr. Priscilla Layne (UNC Chapel Hill) leading a discussion of Nora Krug’s graphic novel Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home.  This event is conceptualized for the community, and is open to all faculty, staff, students, […]

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Faculty and Staff IU Community School of Education

Helping Black arts and cultural organizations thrive during pandemic

Originally published Nov. 19 in Inside IUPUI Black arts and cultural organizations have long been pillars of their local communities, offering a variety of artistic opportunities to families as well as important community support. So when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and social distancing orders were announced, these organizations – and the families who rely on […]

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Events Herron School of Art + Design IU Community

Indy Art & Seek keeps Indianapolis Beautiful

By: Hadia Shaikh [Editor’s note: This article, which originally appeared in NUVO on Nov. 9, takes a look at the work of Beatriz Vásquez, a Herron School of Art & Design alumna and a 2019 recipient of an IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute artist residency grant. Corey Robinson, a professor of furniture design at Herron and […]

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More Max Kade Center Events

From the Max Kade Center website: The mission of the IUPUI Max Kade German-American Research and Resource Center is to support German-American Studies through scholarly research, teaching, and service and the community by offering events on all aspects of German-American culture. From a letter from Dr. Nichole Neuman, director of the Max Kade Center: With […]

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New Africana Studies Center and Scholarship Affirm IUPUI’s Commitment to Community and History

Originally appeared in News at IUPUI As part of its long-standing efforts to create a diverse and inclusive campus and combat systemic racism, IUPUI is announcing two new initiatives designed to support and strengthen the Black community in Indianapolis. The university is establishing the Center for Africana Studies and Culture through the School of Liberal Arts […]

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IU Delivers $9.9 Billion Impact on State, High Return on Investment for Students and Taxpayers

From News at IU Indiana University added $9.9 billion in income to Indiana’s economy in FY 2018-19 through its investments in the educational success of its students, research and innovation, and engagement in the economic development, health and well-being of Hoosier communities across the state. Expressed in terms of employment, IU’s impact supported 151,015 jobs, […]

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Arts and Humanities Faculty and Staff IU Community

Writing Indianapolis: an interview with poet Norman Minnick

Minnick is the editor of the forthcoming poetry collection The Indianapolis Anthology. Tube Factory artspace will be hosting The Indianapolis Anthology Reading & Book Release on May 15 at 5 pm. This interview, simultaneously published in NUVO has been edited for length and clarity. On Sept. 3, I had a chance to talk to Noman […]