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‘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 […]

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Indy Art & Seek keeps Indianapolis Beautiful

By: Hadia Shaikh [Editor’s note: This article, which originally appeared in NUVO on Nov. 9, takes a look at the work of Beatriz Vásquez, a Herron School of Art & […]

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Writing Indianapolis: an interview with poet Norman Minnick

Minnick is the editor of the forthcoming poetry collection The Indianapolis Anthology. This interview, simultaneously published in NUVO has been edited for length and clarity. On Sept. 3, I had […]

Using The Covid-19 Oral History Project in Your Course

This session introduces the The Covid-19 Oral History Project and provides an orientation session for teachers who would like to integrate oral history into their courses.

Panel: Public Scholarship in an Age of Social Distancing

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Staff Picks: Music Edition with Jordan Brinker-Saigaonkar

During quarantine, the staff at the IAHI have been busy both in and out of the “office” and have been staying sane with some much needed music. We’ve compiled a […]

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IAHI Staff Pick: Music Edition with Ben Clark

During quarantine, the staff at the IAHI have been busy both in and out of the “office” and have been staying sane with some much needed music. We’ve compiled a […]

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Staff Picks: Music Edition with Emily Leiserson

During quarantine, the staff at the IAHI have been busy both in and out of the “office” and have been staying sane with some much needed music. We’ve compiled a […]

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IAHI Staff Profile: Jordan Brinker-Saigaonkar

When fantasy author Neil Gaiman was looking for the earliest version of a Ray Bradbury short story, he turned to the Ray Bradbury Center at the IU School of Liberal […]

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IAHI Staff Picks: Music Edition with Kelly Kerr

During quarantine, the staff at the IAHI have been busy both in and out of the “office” and have been staying sane with some much needed music. We’ve compiled a […]