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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 […]

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IU Delivers $9.9 Billion Impact on State, High Return on Investment for Students and Taxpayers

From News at IU Indiana University added $9.9 billion in income to Indiana’s economy in FY 2018-19 through its investments in the educational success of its students, research and innovation, and engagement in the economic development, health and well-being of Hoosier communities across the state. Expressed in terms of employment, IU’s impact supported 151,015 jobs, […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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Art Faculty and Staff Herron School of Art + Design

Meet Your Tech: Ray Duffey on rhythms of forward mobility

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 […]

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Upcoming events at the Max Kade German-American Center

From the IUPUI School of Liberal Arts Events page. Please note: all events are open to all (registration required), are free, will be conducted via Zoom, and occur in the Eastern Time Zone. MKC Book Club Two scholars will join us this semester to lead us through a text they find inspiring, interesting, or resonant. […]

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IU invests in 31 research projects exploring racial justice, announces gender equity task force

From News at IU Tackling pandemics new and old, Indiana University is investing in additional racial justice research and is creating a task force to address the negative impact COVID-19 has had on female researchers at IU. The university is funding 31 research projects exploring racial justice, including the pandemic’s impact on Black-owned businesses, a […]

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Art Faculty and Staff Herron School of Art + Design

Herron prof. Cory Robinson’s Aussie-influenced artwork on view in Indy Art & Seek

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 […]

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Indy Art and Seek features Herron staff, alumni and offers interactive app for city exploration

BY JUSTIN WHITAKER for News at IUPUI Take a virtual tour or start a real-life scavenger hunt with Indy Art & Seek, a partnership between Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and the Arts Council of Indianapolis that uses an app to offer a self-guided public art tour. More than 100 public art interventions or “moments of delight” […]

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Elizabeth Thill and the Great Marble Map of Rome

Elizabeth Thill, associated with the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute Incubator Program, is pioneering the use of virtual reality in archaeological research that continues in the time of COVID-19 Elizabeth Thill, wearing a pair of virtual reality goggles, is in virtual Rome. In front of her are large slabs of virtual marble. They are floating […]