Categories
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, […]

Categories
Arts and Humanities Exhibition Herron School of Art + Design

‘A Tacit Inheritance’ at Herron School of Art + Design

Virtual Exhibitions at Herron  |   Virtual-only from Nov. 21 to Feb. 8 The Herron Galleries are closed for in-person visits during the online instruction period from Nov. 21 to Feb. 8. Although you’re not going to be able to visit the galleries in-person during that time, you can take virtual tours of the following exhibitions: David Plunkert–The […]

Categories
Art Arts and Humanities Exhibition Herron School of Art + Design

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 […]

Categories
Arts and Humanities General News IU Community

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 […]

Categories
Arts and Humanities Events

Kathryn H. Ross: Pivoting in the State of the World and Seeing Goodness out of that

Ross will delivered the 2020 Ray Bradbury Visiting Writer Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 29. This essay has simultaneously been published in NUVO. Ray Bradbury, for Kathryn H. Ross, is no ordinary science fiction writer. Of his short stories involving African Americans, she says “He writes, not about us but for us; he sees us as […]

Categories
Announcement Arts and Humanities Faculty and Staff

Madame C.J. Walker’s Gospel of Giving

On Monday, October 27 at 7 pm EST, Rutgers University’s distinguished historian and Africana Studies scholar Tiffany M. Gill, Ph.D. and Tyrone Freeman will be in conversation on Black women’s generosity and common themes between Africana Studies, Black Women’s History, and Philanthropic Studies. Register here: http://bit.ly/FreemanEvent Assistant Professor of Philanthropic Studies at the Lilly School of Philanthropy, Tyrone […]

Categories
Arts and Humanities

A Virtual Reception with Elizabeth M. Claffey, Rania Matar, David Plunkert and Herron’s 2020 M.F.A. graduates

Originally published in the events section of the Herron School of Art & Design webpage. Join Joseph Mella, Director and Curator of the Herron Galleries, for a virtual reception as we celebrate our newest exhibitions with artists Elizabeth M. Claffey, Rania Matar, David Plunkert and recent M.F.A. graduates. Herron’s 2020 M.F.A. graduates are Kennedy Conner, […]

Categories
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 […]

Categories
Arts and Humanities Events IU Community

Scenes from the Vonnegut Library Banned Books Week fundraiser

The outdoor event celebrated the freedom to read and mourned the recent deaths of prominent arts community figures. On the evening of Oct. 1, at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, two Hoosier literary luminaries —  Manon Voice and David Hoppe —  talked about the importance of Kurt Vonnegut not just as a great fiction […]

Categories
Arts and Humanities Events IU Community

David Hoppe’s ‘WordPlay’ at Banned Books Week

There are plenty of virtual events to choose from during the Vonnegut Museum’s weeklong celebration of the freedom to read. – Originally published in NUVO, by Rita Kohn Michigan City-based writer David Hoppe’s new play, Kurt Vonnegut: WordPlay will be a highlight of a special (sold out) fundraising event at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and […]