BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University has announced that six-time Academy Award-nominated and three-time Emmy- and Tony-winning actress Glenn Close has donated her costume collection to its School of Art, Architecture + Design. The collection, from 47 projects, spans Close’s celebrated career through film, television and theater and includes pieces from some of her most iconic performances, including items from "The Big Chill," "Fatal Attraction" and "101 Dalmatians."
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Women's Halloween costumes tend to be more revealing than men's, and this can lead to increased sexualization and objectification, according to research published in Fashion and Textiles. Here, author of the research,
Indiana University welcomed nearly 2,000 kids and adults of all ages to the fourth annual IU Science Fest on Oct. 21. The event included over 150 science-related activities, presentations and demonstrations across the IU Bloomington campus.
A project begun on the cusp of death (the passing of the artist’s father) and a new beginning (the birth of his daughter) that wanders with poetic grace through life’s ceaseless cycles.
Indiana University Bloomington's annual Retail and Design Forum will bring top executives from the retail industry to campus on Oct. 24.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University's world-class science facilities, laboratories and classrooms will open their doors to kids and adults of all ages for the fourth annual IU Science Fest on Oct. 21.
The Grunwald Gallery, in conjunction with the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art, at Indiana University Bloomington will present the exhibition and symposium "A Shared Elegy" on Oct. 13 to Nov. 16. A book of photography, "A Shared Elegy," will be published and distributed through Indiana University Press.
Indiana University's School of Art, Architecture + Design hopes to revolutionize architecture and design education in Indiana. This spring it announced a new undergraduate degree in Comprehensive Design and a new Master’s of Architecture program. Kelly Wilson heads the program, as director of IU Center for Art + Design (IUCA+D) in downtown Columbus, Indiana.
Music, art, theater and culture are returning to Indiana University Bloomington's Fine Arts Plaza as First Thursdays begins its second fall series on Sept. 7.
For the first time in its history, Indiana University’s School of Art, Architecture + Design will offer an M.Arch degree out of its Columbus campus. Dean Peg Faimon’s Monday announcement felt like an inevitable step for the small Midwestern town, which, for decades has taken pride in its built environment and is recently gaining national attention.