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.
Editor’s note: This article, published on Sept. 10, was written by John Schwarb for the Inside IUPUI newsletter. Did you know that world-class art is on display for your enjoyment and examination six days a week, on campus, for free, in the Galleries at the Herron School of Art and Design? If you’re new to […]
Join Joseph Mella, Director and Curator of the Herron Galleries, for their first virtual reception as they celebrate their newest exhibitions featuring the work of Dan Mills, Donna Ferrato and Jana Harper. The virtual reception will take place via Zoom from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 10, featuring the exhibiting artists. This event is free […]
Did you miss the most recent Art+Ethics Seminar with Dr. Kelli Morgan? No worries. You can watch it here!
Religion, Spirituality, and the Arts (RSA) is a program of the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute that brings together artists, religious leaders, religious communities, humanities experts, and a broad range of publics from diverse backgrounds and disciplinary perspectives for sustained study, analysis, and discussion of religious texts in a classroom environment. Directed by Rabbi Sandy […]
In the IUPUI Arts & Humanities’ Art + Ethics Seminar, the role of the “+” often comes up. What, they ask, is the connection that artists, academics, and arts professionals see between public art, urban design, and ethics? Kelli Morgan, associate curator for American art at Newfields — who will be the guest speaker at […]
The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute will be delivering their second Public Art + Ethics Seminar for 2020 online. This event will be an online event so you must register with the link provided in order to participate in the zoom video chat. Kelli Morgan, the associate curator for American Art at the Indianapolis Museum […]
Many students have walked the IUPUI campus and dreamed of a successful career, great prosperity and making a difference. All Jaguars, though, are following in the footsteps of Madam C.J. Walker, the African American entrepreneurial icon and focus of Netflix’s upcoming original series “Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker,” streaming March […]
Opening March 11, IUPUI Herron School of Art and Design presents “Metamorphosis: Recent Painting and Sculpture by Tsherin Sherpa,” the first of a new annual exhibition series dedicated to contemporary international art and artists. Tsherin Sherpa, a Nepalese artist of Tibetan descent, has studied traditional thangka painting since the age of 12. He achieved international […]
The most prevalent word in the Hebrew Bible is not God, heaven, or hell; it is the conjunction and, signified by the Hebrew letter vav. Rabbi Sandy Sasso, it seems, has grown fond of this humble word. In her children’s picture book The Story of AND, she tells the story of a girl who loves […]