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Live at IU Archive

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Parents of incoming freshmen greet Herman B Wells statue during campus tour

Wells Bench

The August 5, 2010, issue of Live at IU featured a story on the parents of incoming freshmen shaking hands with IU Bloomington's Herman B Wells statue for luck. In addition were stories on the IU Visitor Information Center's new iTour for campus visitors; Distinguished Professor Emeritus Scott Russell Sanders' Indiana Authors Award; an IU professor of Communication and Culture's new book on people using new media to end relationships; the new Brown County Radio Hour; and the Brown County Playhouse production of The Last Night at the Ballyhoo. Full Story >>

Welcome to Indianapolis Island: Herron art students living in floating, public work of art at IMA

Experimental Artists

In the July 15, 2010, issue of Live at IU, we featured a story on two Herron School of Art and Design students living in a public work of art on the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. In addition were stories on Miss Indiana Gabrielle Reed, a voice major at the Jacobs School of Music; the Brown County Playhouse production of The Nerd; Jacobs student Tina Chong winning first place in the 2010 Stepping Stone competition; IU Bloomington's Mini University; a new anthology, Modern Sport and the African American Experience, by IU sport sociologist Gary Sailes; and the planned reunion of Kappa Alpha Psi in honor of the historically black fraternity's 100th anniversary. Full Story >>

IU staffers create rock 'n' roll camp for young women

Camp Rock

The July 1, 2010, issue of Live at IU featured stories on a new rock 'n' roll camp for girls created by two Kelley School of Business employees; interviews with some of the actors from The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Brown County Playhouse; Jazz in July at the IU Art Museum; IU's Summer Symphonic Series; the Jacobs School of Music's International Harp Competition and PBS documentary Harp Dreams; the public art project created by a Herron graduate for Community Hospital North in Indianapolis; and a conference for educators at the Lilly Library. Full Story >>

Teen members of Violin Virtuosi grow musically, personally on concert tour of Argentina

Violin Virtuosi

The June 17, 2010, issue of Live at IU featured stories on the talented teen violinists of the Jacobs School of Music's Violin Virtuosi; the IU Summer Music Festival; Juneteenth; the IU Art Museum's Midsummer Night celebration; a Habitat for Humanity build in Bloomington scheduled for fall that will be supported by Whirlpool Corporation and the Kelley School of Business; an archaeological dig at IU South Bend; and violinist Joshua Bell's performance in his New York loft, a benefit for The Kinsey Institute. Full Story >>

Out of the classroom, into the studio: Mellon Foundation grant supports IU course on how art is made

students

In the June 4, 2010, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about a new art class that brings IU students to galleries and art studios across the Bloomington campus; a student board that selects courses for students who live at Collins Living-Learning Center; the 2010-11 IU Auditorium season; a photo retrospective in Indianapolis co-sponsored by Herron and Indianapolis City Ballet; SoFA Gallery's "Blank Slate," an opportunity for Hoosier artists to showcase their work; and the opening play at the Brown County Playhouse this summer, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Full Story >>

IU Bloomington's first-ever student commencement speakers reflect on graduation day

grad speaker

In the May 20, 2010, issue of Live at IU, we featured a story about IU Bloomington's first-ever student commencement speakers and the inspiration behind their speeches. In addition were stories about the Hutton Philanthropic Initiative, a literacy program for Fairview Elementary students created by Hutton Honors undergraduate students; the Little Fifty relay race; the Jacobs School of Music's Summer Music Festival; The Museum of Broken Relationships, making a stop at the School of Fine Arts Gallery; the innovative "found art" of an IU East instructor; and IU's Contemporary Vocal Ensemble's trip to Caracas. Full Story >>

IU Jacobs School of Music commissions new opera on life of Vincent Van Gogh

In the May 6, 2010, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on Vincent, a new opera commissioned by the Jacobs School of Music that will make its world premiere next spring in Bloomington. In addition were stories on a visit to the Department of Theatre and Drama by "MADtv" star Nicole Parker, an alumna of the program; a writing contest at the IU Art Museum based upon a current exhibition of works by Thomas Chambers; IU Auditorium's 2010-2011 season; a regional win by IU Bloomington's Students in Free Enterprise group that will take the group to nationals in Minneapolis next week (May 11-13); and IU's Themester 2010, which will focus on sustainability, with a special appearance by Thomas Friedman, author of The World is Flat. Full Story >>

IU Jacobs School of Music prepares to dedicate Seward organ

In the April 15, 2010, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the dedication of the Jacobs School of Music's new Fisk organ; an IU senior whom the Indiana News Photographer Association named 2009 College Photographer of the Year; an IU graduate who is a Hollywood executive at New Line Cinema; IU Bloomington's "season of Sondheim," with IU Opera Theater's West Side Story and IU Theatre and Drama's A Little Night Music; an IU professor's book about African artist Prince Twins Seven-Seven; a new exhibition at the IU Art Museum featuring sketches by American artists; and a former IU Bloomington professor's book on the link between social service and museums. Full Story >>

IU Opera Theater closes season with 'West Side Story'

In the April 1, 2010, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the IU Opera Theater production of West Side Story; a visit from percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie to work with students; the "Writing on the Wall" democracy-themed interactive arts project that is finding a new life as construction material in Haiti; a new production of Take Me Out by the IU Department of Theatre and Drama; an IUPUI professor's book about the Society of Dilettanti; and a fund-raiser for WIUX student radio. Full Story >>

IU Theatre and Drama alumna launches 'sweet' lingerie line

Sweet Revenge Lingerie

In the March 4, 2010, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on a new lingerie line by an IU alumna. Also featured were stories on IU President McRobbie's stint as DJ for WFUI; a retreat by the IU Commission on Multicultural Understanding; a new Thomas Chambers exhibition at the IU Art Museum; IU Ballet Theater's spring ballet, An American Evening; the Jacobs School of Music's Met Opera finalists; and an upcoming IUPUI lecture from the president of the Islamic Society of North America. Full Story >>

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