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 […]
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.
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.
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 […]
This story was originally published in NUVO on Feb. 9, 2021 In 1927, a young man by the name of Richard Wright — who would later become one of the most prominent African American authors of the 20th century — arrived in the Gap area of Chicago. It was during the Great Migration when over […]
Written by Herron staff and first published in News at IUPUI on Jan. 20. INDIANAPOLIS — The Galleries at the Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI will present two new exhibitions illuminating the various ways in which artists creatively and boldly use different media to amplify social justice movements. “The Sum of Unity” […]
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 […]
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 […]
Originally published in News at IUPUI on Monday, October 5, 2020 “Meet Your Tech” is a Q-and-A series that introduces current and prospective students to Herron’s studio and lab technicians, who are multi-faceted artists and individuals. Ray Duffey should be at the top of Herron’s list of people to learn from when you need guidance with […]
Do you like to see cutting-edge art in unexpected places? Well, you’re in luck, and not just because Cory Robinson just installed his “Codex Signs” at Walnut Ridge Apartments at 3347 N. Emerson Avenue. It’s be part of Indy Art & Seek, a self-guided art tour that features more than 100 pieces of public art […]