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.
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 […]
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 […]
The Religion, Spirituality & the Arts Seminar (RSA), a project of the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute, invited 11 Indiana artists to explore and expound upon the story of Jonah and the Whale during the ninth annual Religion, Spirituality and the Arts Seminar and the accompanying art exhibition. Artists include Megan Jefferson, Courtland Blade, Claudia […]