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Live at IU Archive

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Discover IU at the State Fair

The July 19 issue features Indiana University's exciting showcase at the annual Indiana State Fair, a School of Fine Arts professor whose work almost transcends the visible world and an alumna who's climbing the ladder of comedic success in Hollywood. Also included: an Indiana Alumni Magazine interview with IU Jacobs School of Music Dean Gwyn Richards and stories about Jacobs School student and newly crowned Miss Indiana, Betsy Uschkrat, the world's largest collection of mechanical puzzles at the IU Lilly Library and a call for Indiana's finest fiddlers to the State Fair. Full Story >>

IU Summer Music Festival set to begin

The June 15 issue features IU's Summer Music Festival, New Musical Development Workshop, Cushman Photograph Collection and exhibit on the Art of Jazz. It also profiles student actor John Armstrong, painting teacher Tim Kennedy and IU Southeast voice professor Dru Pilmer. Full Story >>

Giants of science

Science Olympiad Website image

The May 18 issue features stories about the Science Olympiad National Tournament at IU Bloomington, IU Kokomo's "Semester of Shakespeare," IU alumnus and award-winning opera singer Lawrence Brownlee, a course on Beethoven that is breaking down barriers between classical and popular culture, and fine arts professor Margaret Dolinksy and her work in virtual reality environments. Full Story >>

The arts heat up in summer

The May 4 issue highlights IU's numerous summer arts and entertainment offerings, a course taught by IU alumnus and celebrated Hollywood movie producer Michael Uslan of Batman fame, the latest offering from Nepalese-American writer Samrat Upadhyay, IU's efforts to digitize and preserve rare and out-of-print films, David Baker talking jazz at the Smithsonian, and IU's annual Mini University. Full Story >>

Sound posts: A look inside IU's violin shop

The April 13 issue takes visitors inside IU's majestic violin shop, explains the art of modern dance and tells the inspiring story of a student photographer from South Bend and her journey to South Africa. Additionally, it introduces IU Opera and Ballet Theater's 2006-07 season, checks in with an IU alumnus starring in Mamma Mia! and shares ways to organize a successful book club. Full Story >>

Japan-in-America: The Turn of the Twentieth Century

Yosan art

The March 30 issue includes stories about an exhibition that examines America's portryal of Japan at the turn of the 20th century, A Chorus Line at the IU Department of Theatre and Drama, an Iraqi native and IU-trained cellist who's bringing hope to his war-torn nation, a residency of the New York Baroque Dance Company and two campus art exhibitions featuring the work of graduating students. Full Story >>

An evening of legendary ballets

The March 9 issue features stories on the IU Ballet Theater's annual Spring Ballet, tips on making the most of your next museum experience, a historic conference of Jewish exiled authors, an exhibition of "Horses in Classical Art" and the legacy of former Indiana Rep. Lee Hamilton. Full Story >>

Arts set to take over "Our Town"

The inaugural issue of "Live at IU," published on Feb. 23, features stories on the annual ArtsWeek celebration in Bloomington, Ind., the world premiere of Ned Rorem's Our Town at the IU Opera Theater, the eclectism of African American artist Eldzier Cortor, a new short story anthology from the IU Fiction Workshop, the "clay trends" of IU Southeast artist John Guenther and a landmark book on African American music. Full Story >>

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