Arts and Humanities

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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The 2nd Annual Earth Day Art Model Online Telematic Festival

Posted on April 6, 2021 by taraeray The Earth Day Art Model Telematic and Media Festival, presenting an presents an exciting lineup of online music, art, and commentary, spanning 24 hours on April 22, International Earth Day. The festival will feature a wide range of music and arts, including electronica, electro-acoustics, telematics, punk, jazz and new classical, with […]

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Max Kade German -American Center Spring Events

Join the Max Kade Center for their remaining spring 2021 events.  All events are free, online, and open to everyone – please share widely with friends, family, and colleagues.  All events are listed in the Eastern time zone and event links to RSVP are also on the Max Kade Center’s website. We look forward to […]

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Herron students bring campus alive in coloring book

BY JUSTIN WHITAKER. Originally published in News at IUPUI Feb. 15, 2021 Through a collection of black lines and white space, students, staff and faculty at the Herron School of Art and Design collectively and creatively brought IUPUI’s energetic campus to life in a coloring book. “Color Your Campus – IUPUI” is an 88-page coloring book […]

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Full production grants available for Black playwrights throughout Indiana

Posted on January 22, 2021 by tfrancisShare7 in IUPUI Office for Community Engagement blog Lack of financial resources is often the most daunting obstacle for new writers trying to bring fresh, innovative story ideas from the pages of their script to the stage. For a few aspiring writers, OnyxFest 2021 – the first and only Indiana theater festival […]

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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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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David Plunkert : an Iron Man among Illustrators

David Plunkert: The Visual Communi – gator is open and available for in-person visits at the Herron School of Art and Design, provided patrons wear masks and observe social distancing. Click here for more information. Note: The Herron Galleries will be closed to the public during IUPUI’s online instruction period from Nov. 21 to Feb. 8. The virtual […]

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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 […]