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Live at IU Archive

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Music and art highlight IUB's Black History Month

King painting image

The Feb. 1, 2007, issue of Live at IU, highlights Indiana University Bloomington's celebration of Black History Month, which opens today (Feb. 1) with the dedication of a new painting of Martin Luther King Jr. at the IU Art Museum. The feature "Consumers and Evolutionary Design," takes a look at IPFW design professor Richard Nelipovich's quest to help people think in new ways about their belongings by stretching his creative boundaries. Also included in this issue are previews of the Middle Eastern Festival, the Native American film festival, the production Side Man, and IU Opera Theater's Arlecchino and Too Many Sopranos.   Full Story >>

Artist Shakor to take center stage at "Side Man"


This issue featured New Orleans artist Cameron White, whose work is featured in an upcoming production by the Indiana University Department of Theatre and Drama. The musical Hairspray, Indiana University's Moveable Feast of the Arts, IU Kokomo's art gallery exhibit Human Nature, and "A Bloomington Biennial" are also highlighted. Read about David Lynch, a film studies professor at IU Bloomington, who was featured in the BCT Directors Series at the historic Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington.   Full Story >>

A holiday 'feast'

This issue provides details about the Indiana University Philharmonic Orchestra's performance during the IU Moveable Feast of the Arts series. Also in this issue is a feature about Maestro Leonard Slatkin--the world-famous music director of the National Symphony Orchestra--who was recently named the Arthur R. Metz Foundation Conductor at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.   Full Story >>

How to become a "print detective"

The Priceless Find

This issue includes an essay by Nan Brewer, the Lucienne M. Glaubinger Curator of Works on Paper at the Indiana University Art Museum. In her words, she tells how casual art connoissuers can develop the basic research tools needed to learn more about prints that they own or hope to acquire. Also in this issue are details about the fall musical at Indiana University Bloomington and the Moveable Feast.   Full Story >>

IU welcomes a new maestro

The Nov. 2 issue heralds the arrival at Indiana University of internationally recognized American conductor Leonard Slatkin and highlights performances of Arthur Miller's masterpiece The Crucible and the popular dance show phenomenon known as the Bellydance Superstars. It also includes stories about IU's big day in the Big Apple, the newly released issue of the student-edited Indiana Review, which showcases Latino writers, and a printmaking professor who is exploring the cultural associations, oddities and self-defining characteristics of hair.   Full Story >>

The virtual Bard

Edward Castronova

The Oct. 19 issue features Indiana University researcher who is attempting to virtually recreate the world of Shakespeare, the artistry of the Beaux Arts Trio and a production of Urinetown at the IU Bloomington Department of Theatre and Drama. It also includes stories on campus appearances by IU printmaking alum Zhiyuan Cong and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sonia Nazario, as well as an interview with IU alum and silent film accompanist Dennis James.   Full Story >>

The bioartist confronts Human Nature

The Oct. 5 issue includes stories on several major happenings related to Indiana University, including the opening of the Human Nature I: The Natural World exhibition of life sciences art at the IU Bloomington School of Fine Arts Gallery; the first national conference on techno music; a historic exhibition of New Testament drawings produced by Domenico Tiepolo, one of the foremost Venetian artists active during the second half of the 18th century; and the annual Fall Ballet at the IU Jacobs School of Music. Also featured: IU Southeast's new record label and the one-woman show of Cha Cha Feminist María Elena Fernández.   Full Story >>

Conspiring with Tradition

The Sept. 21 issue highlights a historic exhibition at the Indiana University Art Museum by artists from the Guilin Chinese Painting Academy, a Concertino for Cellular Phones and Orchestra by distinguished jazz professor David Baker and a groundbreaking festival and symposium on the process of "performing" in new media and technologies. It also includes stories on an IU-sponsored classic film series in Bloomington, the ninth annual Festival Latino at IU Bloomington and an art exhibition at IU Kokomo that showcases the unique ways that human beings adorn and transform their own bodies.   Full Story >>

Hands 'on' the art

Art image

The Sept. 7 issue features a new touch-art program at the Indiana University Art Museum for people with low vision, an informatics researcher who is developing technology for large-scale online music databases and the strong bond between two cultural centers that share the same space: the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center and the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center. It also includes stories on the 2006-2007 seasons at the IU Jacobs School of Music and Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center at IU Southeast, and a recent IU Bloomington graduate who is helping to dispel the myths surrounding the Roma people -- or "gypsies" -- of Europe.   Full Story >>

Sylvia McNair comes home

The Aug. 10 issue features the return home of Indiana University alumna and internationally renowned soprano Sylvia McNair, a fine arts professor who is using the technical capabilities of IU Cyclotron Facility in her own metalsmithing and jewelry-making work, a special showing of the critically acclaimed movie Kinsey, and the off-the-wall theatrical comedy The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr (abridged). Also included: Kids' day out at IU Southeast, a tribute to jazz masters by the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra and IU Northwest's new sculpture garden.   Full Story >>

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