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- Midsummer Night at the Art Museum. June 21. IU Art Museum.
- "Blancanieves." June 21-22. IU Cinema.
- "Arnie the Doughnut." June 22, 25-29, July 1-3, 5-6, 9-13. Studio Theatre.
- "Dido and Aeneas" by Summer Festival Chorus. June 25. Auer Hall.
- Slapsticon. June 27-June 30. IU Cinema.
- Summer Band lawn concert. July 3. Musical Arts Center lawn.
- Jazz in July concert. July 5. IU Art Museum.
- "Much Ado About Nothing." July 5-6, 14-16, 18, 20, 24, 26, July 7, 21, 27. Wells-Metz Theatre.
- Pressler and Friends. July 6. Auer Hall.
- William Harvey: Teaching Music in Afghanistan lecture. July 8. Sweeney Hall.
- Opening ceremony for USA International Harp Competition. July 10. Auer Hall.
- "The Matchmaker." July 12-14, 17, 19-20, 21, 23, 25, 27-28. Wells-Metz Theatre.
- Jazz in July concert. July 12. IU Art Museum.
- Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show. Through July 13. Grunwald Gallery.
- String Academy concert. July 13. Recital Hall.
- Bloomington Photography Club exhibit opening reception. July 19. Grunwald Gallery.
- Jazz in July concert. July 19. IU Art Museum.
- Jazz in July concert. July 26. IU Art Museum.
- Pierre-Auguste Renoir: A Visiting Master Print. Through Aug. 18. IU Art Museum.
- "Island Song." Aug. 22-23, 25. Wells-Metz Theatre.
- Grolier Hundred book exhibit. Through Aug. 24. Lilly Library.
- "Breaking the Gilded Ceiling: Women Artists of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries." Through Aug. 25. IU Art Museum.
- "Prince Avalanche." Aug. 27, 29, 31, Sept. 1. IU Cinema.
- "Tapa: Unwrapping Polynesian barkcloth." Through Sept. 1. IU Art Museum.
TED Talks, the most popular conference and events website in the world with over 1 billion informational videos viewed, provides academics with increased popular exposure but does nothing to boost citations of their work by peers, new research led by Indiana University has found. In the comprehensive study of over 1,200 TED Talks videos and their presenters, lead author Cassidy R. Sugimoto, an assistant professor in IU Bloomington's Department of Information and Library Science, and a team of researchers from Great Britain and Canada, also looked at the demographic make-up of TED Talks presenters -- only 21 percent were academics, and of those only about one-quarter were women -- and the relationship between a presenter's credentials and a video's popularity.