Information on the development of Indianapolis over the two centuries since its founding will be freely accessible in an updated, digital “Encyclopedia of Indianapolis,” currently under development and scheduled for a launch date in December. This dynamic, highly visual and interactive platform will provide researchers with information on how Indianapolis and Central Indiana have changed […]
The IUPUI Herron School of Art and Design’s first exhibitions of 2020 open Jan. 15 with a reception from 5:30 to 8 p.m., kicking off another chapter of visual art encounters on the IUPUI campus. The school’s galleries will present two posthumous displays of works by Ronald Bladen(1918-1988), a pivotal figure of postwar American art, and […]
A national education law called the Every Student Succeeds Act, or ESSA, passed in 2015 to ensure that states provide all children with equal access to a high-quality public education. States must hold schools accountable for student outcomes and identify schools to receive improvement services if their students, including historically underserved groups, struggle to succeed. […]
Every three months, we share a roundup of the latest updates from the Herron community. Here, we’ve captured the highlights, including exhibitions, publications, career moves, accomplishments, and accolades from our students, alumni, and faculty that took place between October and December 2019. Associate Professor Anila Agha‘s latest solo exhibition, “Between Light and Shadow,” opened Oct. 19, 2019, […]
The IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute (IAHI) seeks a Postdoctoral Research Appointee who will be in residence at the IAHI from Summer 2020 through Summer 2023 (3 Year, Full-Time Appointment).
In the process of switching over to a new server, we’ve taken the opportunity to redesign the IAHI website. For the moment, we’ve removed all archived content. Stay tuned. We’ll have lots of new news and information online soon.