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Live at IU Archive

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Fair trade store with branches in Indy opens in Bloomington

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In the Sept. 2, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on Bloomington's new fair trade store, Global Gifts; astronaut Kevin Ford's request for IU's "Indiana, Our Indiana" as a wakeup call in honor of his late brother, David C. Ford, an IU alumnus and former state senator; Talley's Folly, a play co-sponsored by The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington and Bloomington Playwright's Project; a downtown public art project, "Interpreting the Square;" the Jacobs School of Music 2009-2010 season; Coffeehouse Nights at the IU Art Museum; and IU Southeast's Ogle Cultural and Community Center's new season lineup. Full Story >>

College initiates IU's first themed semester, 'Evolution, Diversity and Change'

Themester

In the Aug. 20, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on IU Bloomington's first-ever themed semester, "Themester 2009: Evolution, Diversity and Change;" a Q-and-A with the author of a new book on Hoosier Group artist T.C. Steele; a Herron exhibit and IU press book on 1930s gangster John Dillinger; the School of Fine Arts Gallery's activist art exhibit, "The Canary Project: Works on Climate Change 2006-2009;" the Department of Theatre and Drama's presentation of The Rockae, a rock musical based on The Bacchae by Euripides; IU's Welcome Week 2009; and "Bookish," a collaboration between IUPUI's Herron Art Library and the Harrison Center for the Arts that promotes local and regional fine arts book artists. Full Story >>

IU student launches new chapter of PATHE to increase college enrollment among Latinos

Cesar Escovar

In the Aug. 6, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on PATHE, an outreach program for precollege Latino students; Jacobs School of Music stories about a student composer winning an award from BMI Foundation and new Jacobs faculty member Jeffrey Smith, an acclaimed organist; IU and Clarian Health partnering to offer free health screenings at the Indiana State Fair; an undergraduate student who started a new student group, Bloomington Sound, that will kick off with a campuswide guitar competition; and an Intensive Freshman Seminar titled "Shakespeare and the Law" that will culminate with a mock trial featuring IU faculty members playing the parts of Hamlet, Macbeth, and other Shakesperean figures. Full Story >>

'The Light in the Piazza' to make collegiate premiere at IU with original Broadway conductor

In the July 23, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the collegiate premiere of The Light in the Piazza, conducted by Broadway veteran Dan Riddle; the Hispanic Youth Leadership Academy, which took place this year at IU; Jacobs alumna Angela Brown's 2009 Governor's Arts Award; IU Art Museum's conservation of the Thomas Hart Benton murals; a book on John Calvin by IUPUI professor Peter Thuesen; a John James Audubon institute for high school teachers, led by Audubon expert and IU English Professor Christoph Irmscher; and Brown County Playhouse's presentation of Noel Coward's Present Laughter. Full Story >>

Sisters of the Flying Fountain Pen tap personal creativity through summer camp

Sisters of the Flying Fountain Pen

In the July 2, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the Sisters of the Flying Fountain Pen writing camp for girls; the Jacobs School of Music's Summer String Academy, celebrating its 25th year; the IU Department of Theatre and Drama's Brown County Playhouse presentation of There Goes the Bride; the IU Art Museum's Jazz in July summer concert series; Michael Adams' new book, Slang: The People's Poetry; a new music program at IU East; and the Summer Music Festival piano series, featuring Jonathan Biss. Full Story >>

IU's Midsummer Theatre Program trains aspiring actors

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In the June 18, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the IU Department of Theatre and Drama's Midsummer Theatre Program for aspiring teen actors; Assistant Professor Eden Medina's analysis of Chile's "Project Cybersyn;" a winning ad campaign from IU Office of Creative Services ("Innovate Indiana"); a summer solstice celebration at the IU Art Musuem; the Jacobs School of Music's Summer Music Festival, kicking off with world class chamber music; a project for the IU School of Dentistry by IUPUI's Herron students; and a Juneteenth Freedom Celebration at IU's Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center. Full Story >>

Teen strings players, IU Virtuosi, on concert tour of France

Virtuosi

In the June 4, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on IU Virtuosi, teen strings players who traveled to France for performances this spring; the Webby award-honoree GameZombie.tv, created and maintained by IU students; the 2009 IU Writers' Conference; the start of summer theater in Nashville with The All Night Strut! at Brown County Playhouse; a special Limestone Month exhibition at the IU Art Musuem; Lilly Library's vintage auto collection; and IU South Bend's Euclid Quartet winning an NEA grant as part of the "American Masterpieces: Three Centuries of Artistic Genius" initiative. Full Story >>

Fine Arts grad internationally recognized for graphic design masterpiece

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In the May 21, 2009 issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on John Passafiume, a recent School of Fine Arts graduate whose thesis project has earned him multiple awards and international recognition; an IU Associate Professor of photography, Osamu James Nakagawa, who was honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship to complete his work on images of the "suicide cliff" in Okinawa, Japan; The Kinsey Insitute 2009 Juried Art Show; Jacobs Professor Menahem Pressler's lifetime achievement award for the Beaux Arts Trio from The Edison Foundation; an IU graduate whose acting career has taken her from TV's "24" to the big-screen, with Twilight; the lineup for this year's Summer Music Festival, which includes the collegiate premiere of The Light in the Piazza; and IUPUI metadata librarian Kristi Palmer, named one of Library Journal's "Movers & Shakers" of 2009. Full Story >>

IU Jacobs School of Music announces 2009-2010 IU Opera and Ballet Theater Season

In the May 7, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the 2009-10 season for IU Auditorium and IU's Jacobs School of Music; the two Jacobs students who played in the first-ever YouTube Symphony Orchestra; the experiences of IU's first student to officially study in Dubai; the IU Jacobs school student who won Indiana's "Campus Superstar" competition; the thoughts of some of IU's graduating students; and IU Northwest writer-artist William Buckley, a Sylvia Plath expert. Full Story >>

Philanthropic aspects of IU's Little 500 race take on more meaning in new economy

Little 500

In the April 16, 2009, Live at IU e-newsletter, we featured stories on IU's annual Little 500 bicycle race; an upcoming "Hammer and Nail" performance (a collaboration between student composers and contemporary dance majors); Q-and-As with IU Distinguished Professor of English Susan Gubar on her new book about Judas and Jacobs master's student Nemanja Ostojic, a classical guitarist; this year's Big Band Extravaganza; the Department of Theatre and Drama's 75th anniversary festivities -- including a conversation with NPR's Scott Simon and legendary lyricist and composer Stephen Sondheim; and a performance of Godspell at IU South Bend. Full Story >>

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