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Winter print sale features affordable art by IU students, professors

Print Sale Creating art is a labor of love that is enhanced by watching others derive pleasure from its beauty or message. That thought helped propel Aimee Denault, an Masters in Fine Art student in Indiana University's Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts printmaking department, to organize a fine art print sale for the holiday and winter season, located off-campus at new gallery space in downtown Bloomington.  Full Story

 IU Jacobs School of Music student, alumna named 2012 Marshall Scholars

Elizabeth Ogonek

Two students connected to Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music have been named 2012 Marshall Scholars: Madalyn Parnas and alumna Elizabeth Ogonek, who is currently studying at University of California's Thornton School of Music. Founded by the British Parliament in 1953 to commemorate the Marshall Plan, in which the United States helped the countries of Western Europe rebuild after the destruction of World War II, the scholarships pay for graduate study at any university in the United Kingdom.

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 Tickets for VIP reception featuring celebrity chefs Bourdain, Ripert on sale at IU Auditorium

Anthony Bourdain

Tickets are on sale now for a VIP reception and meet-and-greet with celebrity chefs Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert. The two will make their debut appearance at IU Auditorium for a conversation they call "Good vs. Evil: An Evening With Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert" at 8 p.m. Feb. 16. The event will be immediately followed by the VIP reception and backstage meet-and-greet.

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 NEA fellowship allows IU East professor to write about power of horses in lives of women

Jean Harper

Jean Harper, an associate professor of English at Indiana University East, will write her latest book, "Horses and Divorces" -- about the power of horses, especially in the lives of women -- using a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for writing. She is the only person in Indiana to receive the fellowship in literature this year, designed to give writers time and freedom to pursue their work.

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 IU's Marching Hundred to perform at Super Bowl XLVI

Amid all the flash and glitter of Super Bowl XLVI, there'll be a familiar glimpse of cream and crimson -- Indiana University's famed Marching Hundred will perform as part of the pre-game entertainment at the championship football game Feb. 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

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 IU Jacobs School of Music faculty and alumni among Grammy contenders

Booker T. Jones

The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music remains prominent on the nominee list for the annual Grammy Awards, to be presented live Feb. 12 on CBS by the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.

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 Traditional Arts Indiana receives NEA grant to support its Rotating Exhibit Network

Traditional Arts Indiana is one of 863 organizations and individuals from across the country to be awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and will receive $10,000 to support its Rotating Exhibit Network.

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 Previous issue


The Dec. 1, 2011, issue of Live at IU featured a top story about the IU Art Museum's acquisition of a rare Dogon blanket from a doctoral student who conducted her dissertation research in Mali on the contemporary art of the ethnic group. In addition were stories about the annual "Chimes of Christmas" holiday concert; the IU Art Museum's return of a painting to a Berlin museum, where it was apparently looted in the chaotic aftermath of World War II; a contest for IU's official plaid; the Indiana University Theatre's adaption of "Lysistrata"; the "Holiday Celebration" concert hosted by Jacobs School of Music faculty and students; and a photography exhibit by IU Northwest professor Jennifer Greenburg.

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