Indiana University

Skip to:

  1. Search
  2. Breadcrumb Navigation
  3. Content
  4. Browse by Topic
  5. Services & Resources
  6. Additional Resources
  7. Multimedia News

Live at IU Archive

Showing items 61 through 70 of 118.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12

Jacobs School of Music receives priceless Leonard Bernstein gift

In the April 2, 2009 issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the gift of legendary composer Leonard Bernstein's entire Connecticut studio to IU's Jacobs School of Music; a visit to campus by No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency author Alexander McCall Smith; an upcoming production of Oklahoma!; a Victorian Studies Conference at IU East; an interview with the author of The Fortune Cookie Chronicles; and the Jacobs School of Music's final opera of the season, The Most Happy Fella. Full Story >>

IU Opera Theater to present collegiate premiere of 'The Light in the Piazza' this summer

In the March 5, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the Jacobs School's upcoming spring ballet, featuring Swan Lake and a world premiere of new choreography; legendary author Maya Angelou's visit to IU, an IU Auditorium performance of Mamma Mia!; the university's first-ever World Language Festival for high school students throughout the state; spring exhibitions at the IU Art Museum; and a preview about the Jacobs School's collegiate premiere of The Light in the Piazza, coming to the Musical Arts Center this summer. Full Story >>

IU's Singing Hoosiers perform at Inaugural Ball in D.C.

"An Ideal Husband"

In the Feb. 19, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the IU Jacobs School of Music's opera Giulio Cesare and Hypermnestra, a re-discovered work staged by the Early Music Institute; several exhibitions at IU's School of Fine Arts Gallery; a Q-and-A with the author of the weight-loss memoir, Half-Assed; the Department of Theatre and Drama's staging of An Ideal Husband; and one of the highlights of ArtsWeek 2009, The People Speak, a documentary film. Full Story >>

IU will celebrate 25th annual ArtsWeek

Liz Lerman Dance Exchange

In the Feb. 5, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about IU's 25th annual ArtsWeek celebration; the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange; a Department of Theatre and Drama class trip to Walt Disney World and the department's production of the controversial play Stop Kiss; an announcement of Joyce Carol Oates' visit to IU; a new exhibition at IUPUI's Herron School; and the Jacobs School of Music's visit to the Kennedy Center. Full Story >>

Ballet Theater presents edgy new choreography at Buskirk-Chumley

In the Jan. 22, 2009, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about the ballet production "On the Edge," featuring new choreography from IU Ballet Theater and regional choreographers; Coffeehouse Nights @ the IU Art Musuem; IU Kokomo comedian Jen Kober; a Q-and-A with Indiana's Poet Laureate, Norbert Krapf; IU Opera Theater's production of Cendrillon; a concert by the African American Choral Ensemble; and Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design alum Jordan Silver's line of adaptive clothing for women wtih physical challenges. Full Story >>

World premiere, noted artists, local gems featured at IU dance concert


The Jan. 8, 2009, issue of Live at IU featured stories about the IU Contemporary Dance Program's annual guest artist and faculty concert; the 2009 Met auditions at the MAC; the Archives of African American Music and Culture's "Rock, Rhythm & Soul" exhibit; the Jacobs School of Music's new reed room; a profile of IU anthropologist Anya Peterson Royce; an IU professor's new book about the meaning of varoius adornments in India; and a feature about IUPUI's Shakespeare vision. Full Story >>

Chimes of Christmas: A Bloomington holiday tradition

Chimes of Christmas

In the Dec. 4, 2008, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about "Chimes of Christmas;" a collaboration between Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County and students from the Department of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design; The Department of Theatre and Drama's presentation of Marisol, by Jose Rivera; a theatrical modeling show by IU's Epiphany Modeling Troupe; "Hoosier Date," a program by IU Student Television; IU Auditorium's Young Professionals for the Performing Arts; and IU East's annual art competition. Full Story >>

IU Opera presents 'fantastical farce' "The Love for Three Oranges"

Love of Three Oranges

In the Nov. 20, 2008 issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about IU Opera Theatre's Love for Three Oranges; an apparel merchandising graduate working at Ralph Rucci; Fair Trade Bloomington's "green" Holiday Bazaar; IU professor emeritus Bruce Cole, a Q-and-A with poet Ross Gay; the Herron School's furniture design curriculum; and the Jacobs School's Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's fee concert. Full Story >>

"Princess Diaries" author among honorees at College of Arts and Sciences' annual banquet

Meg Cabot

In the Nov. 6, 2008, issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on the College of Arts and Sciences' annual banquet honoring The Princess Diaries author Meg Cabot, mystery author Michael Koryta and Professor Olaf Sporns; Liz Lerman Dance Exchange performing and conducting workshops in Bloomington; a Q-and-A with Harper Jones, star of IU Theatre & Drama's 2008 production of Hamlet; IU Ballet Theater's 50th annual performance of The Nutcracker; a Bloomington performance by Polish group Theatre of the 8th Day; a profile of an IU Auditorium student employee and a Q-and-A with IU East Professor Joanne Passet, author of Sex Variant Woman: The Life of Jeannette Edward Foster. Full Story >>

Spelling, math, science . . . and violin?

Fairview Violins

In the Oct. 30 issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about the Jacobs School's violin project for first graders; a Q-and-A with author Scott Russell Sanders; a blog from our arts intern; a piece about Rudolf Buchbinder and Dresden Staatskapelle; an interview with Paul R. Mullins, an IUPUI professor, on his new book about doughnuts; IU's first "Scholar Blogs" and an article about IU Bloomington Professor Jeff Wolin's immigrant photos at the new Indianapolis International Airport. Full Story >>

Showing items 61 through 70 of 118.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12