The IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute is proud to present (New) Blueprints for Counter Education. Featuring new work by Artur Silva, Lasana Kazembe, Jason M. Kelly, and Kara Taylor, the exhibition uses virtual reality, poster art, film, and music to consider our current moment—and the ways that the visual arts, philosophy, poetry, performance, and history equip us to both understand and respond to the challenges that we face.
The Indianapolis Star has run a story featuring the work of the The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute and the Center for Urban Health in the School of Science. The story features the IAHI’s Anthropocene Household project, funded by the IU’s Prepared for Environmental Change Grand Challenge. The Anthropocene Household Project explores the Anthropocene at […]
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 […]
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 […]
Written by Amber Denny and originally published by Inside IUPUI. Nestled on a small patch of ground in Taylor Courtyard at IUPUI, close to Democracy Plaza, stands a little ginkgo sapling that holds a message of peace and legacy. On April 16, students and faculty of the Japanese Studies Program in the School of Liberal […]
Times Higher Education impact rankings released. In terms of of sustainable development goals (SDGs), IUPUI rates number two in the US and number 28th in the world according to the Times Higher Education impact rankings released Tuesday. But what, exactly, are sustainable development goals? According to the UN, sustainable development “meets the needs of the […]
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.
The global online music festival runs through Earth Day. To celebrate Earth Day, Scott Deal is spearheading the second annual Earth Day Art Model Telematic and Media Festival. 200 musicians from around the world will gather together online and share their works with each other and their virtual audience over a 24-hour period starting Wednesday, […]
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 […]
Finding “pluck” in America despite COVID-19 This story was first published in NUVO on April 9. The interlinked questions Michelle Fishburne asked her interviewees, as she travelled around the continental U.S. in her RV during 2020 and early 2021, were “What was your 2020 supposed to be like?” and “What did it end up being […]