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IU alum, Academy Award-nominee Angus Aynsley to speak, present film at IU Cinema Friday

Waste Land This Friday (Sept. 16), film producer Angus Aynsley will return to his Indiana University alma mater to present a lecture and introduce a screening of his Academy Award-nominated documentary film Waste Land (2010) at IU Cinema. Produced by Aynsley and directed by Lucy Walker, (Devil's Playground, Blindsight) Waste Land was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature film earlier this year.  Full Story

 Australia's Strange Fruit to perform outdoors on IU campus, downtown Bloomington

Strange Fruit

The Australia-based performing arts group Strange Fruit will make its Bloomington debut Sept. 22 with a performance of "The Three Belles," a work that celebrates the beauty of strong female performers dancing in unison.

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 'Tie and dye' textile artist to visit IU as guest of Bill Blass Fashion Design Seminar Series

Sharon Kilfoyle

Textile designer and "tie and dye" expert Sharon Kilfoyle will present a public lecture and conduct a three-day workshop for students of Indiana University's Department of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design during her visit to IU next week. Kilfoyle's Sept. 23 lecture and workshop are presented by the department's Bill Blass Fashion Design Seminar Series. The Department of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design is within IU's College of Arts and Sciences.

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 Bloomington Multicultural Expo 2011 on Sept. 18 showcases IU and city's vast diversity

Bloomington Multicultural Expo

The Indiana University and Bloomington communities will come together at Bryan Park next Sunday, Sept. 18, from noon to 5 p.m. for Bloomington Multicultural Expo 2011.

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 'Street Life in Florence' exhibit on display at IU South Bend

Locked Garden

"Street Life in Florence," an exhibition of student photography created during a one-month trip to Florence, Italy, is currently on display at Indiana University South Bend through Friday, Sept. 30. The study abroad program, titled "2011 Street Photography in Florence," was coordinated by Professor Scott Sernau, director of international programs and Assistant Professor Susan L. Moore, who also taught the program.

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 IU Northwest's annual 'South Shore Journal' available online

Rochelle Brock

The South Shore Journal, Northwest Indiana's open access peer reviewed online journal, has recently been published and is now available for review online. Co-sponsored by the Northwest Indiana Quality of Life Council and the Indiana University Northwest Center for Urban and Regional Excellence, the journal provides a venue for area scholars to publish their locally relevant research.

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 IU enrollment reaches all-time record high

Limestone IU

Indiana University enrollment has reached a historic high mark this fall, topping 110,000 for the first time at the university's eight campuses across the state, according to official student census data reported this month.

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The Sept. 1, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured stories on an upcoming audio-indigo exhibition at Grunwald Gallery; an appearance by Indie filmmaker John Sayles at IU Cinema; an IUPUI professor's new book on Ray Bradbury; a recently installed sculpture by Don Gummer at the IUPUI Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute; IU Art Museum's Thursday Coffeehouse Nights; Indiana Governor's Arts Awards for three IU faculty members and one IU volunteer; and two former IU Northwest RedHawks who moved to Hollywood to pursue film careers after wrapping production of their first feature, Basic Cable.

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