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Live at IU Archive

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Performances will celebrate IU's cultural heritage Oct. 13-21

Bob Dylan

The Sept. 6, 2007 issue of Live at IU featured the upcoming performances that will celebrate IU's cultural heritage during "Celebrate IU" week. Also highlighed were stories about the IU Jacobs School's 2007-08 season, a preview of the School of Journalism's fall speaker series, a preview to the Kate Clinton event, a look at IU's Department of Communication and Culture film conference, highlights from this year's Festival Latino and a feature on IU South Bend Professor Nancy Botkin who published a book this year. Full Story >>

Behind the scenes at IU Southeast's Ogle Center

IUS Ogle Center Robinson Theater

The Aug. 3, 2007 edition of Live at IU focuses on a behind the scenes look at IU Southeast's Ogle Center. The issue also highlights: A Kelley grad's debut album, the latest production from The Brown County Playhouse, how a donation made new visions possible at the Herron School of Art and Design, details about the Provenance Project at the IU Art Museum, a preview to IUPUI's VisionFest, and how "visual rhetorics" provide us with a way of seeing ourselves as a democracy. Full Story >>

Hoagy on his mind

Carmichael sculpture image

The July 5, 2007, issue of Live at IU highlights the Hoagy Carmichael statue tour. Also included in this issue are stories about the International Harp Competition, Elixir of Love opera, the latest Brown County Playhouse production, details on the Auer Hall organ transformation, a feature on the IU student named a finalist in a worldwide composition competition, and a feature on an IU student who went from the stage to the recording booth. Full Story >>

The 2007 IU Summer Music Festival -- an international feast of plenty

Summer Music Festival

The June 7, 2007, issue of Live at IU features a preview of the IU Summer Music Festival. Also featured are stories about the new IU Art Museum exhibit "Inconvenient Stories," details about the IU Writers' Conference, preview to the Juneteenth Freedom Celebration, a day in the life of a New York City singer, a look at the "Literacy through Photography" exhibit at IU East, and the images of Native Americans on exhibit at the Mathers Museum. Full Story >>

IU Auditorium announces its 2007-2008 season


The May 10, 2007, issue of Live at IU features the 2007-2008 season at the IU Auditorium. Also in this issue are stories about Joshua Bell's appointment to the IU Jacobs School of Music faculty, a new grant awarded to the IU Archives of Traditional Music, a preview to this year's Bloomington Early Music Festival, details about the 2007 Mini University, a feature on a student at the IU Jacobs School of Music who has won the highest honor for a research document, and details on the new "Helen Clouse Plaza." Full Story >>

IU Jacobs School of Music strikes big at 2007 Avery Fisher Awards

Josh Bell

The April 19, 2007, issue of Live at IU features IU alumnus Joshua Bell who was recently awarded the Avery Fisher Prize in a ceremony at Lincoln Center. This issue also highlights the spring performance of the IU Soul Revue, a preview of the Singing Hoosiers' summer Greek tour, a preview of the 2007 Big Band Extravaganza, details about the Tony Award winning musical, Nine, information about the Herron School of Art & Design's Indiana eugenics project, and classical music for beginners. Full Story >>

IU's Jamie Barton named MET Opera winner

Jamie Barton

In the April 5, 2007, issue of Live at IU, read about IU's latest Met Opera winner, Jamie Barton. Also in this issue are stories about David Baker's recent living legend award, a Q&A with the lead of Madama Butterfly, Jerry Slocum's "puzzling gift," details about the Brown County Playhouse's 2007 summer season, and the newest exhibit at the IU Art Museum. Full Story >>

College premiere of Bolcom's "A Wedding" marks season of firsts for IU Opera and Ballet Theater

The March 22, 2007, issue of Live at IU, highlights the Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater's, 2007-2008 season. Also featured are stories about Big Love, the 2007 MFA exhibitions, Terri Bourus' journey to a career as a significant Shakespeare scholar, an IU East professor's work with a film and details about IU Kokomo's Inusuka exhibition. Full Story >>

Happy Birthday, Cat in the Hat!

Cat in the Hat

In the March 2, 2007, edition of Live at IU, celebrate the Cat in the Hat's birthday. Also highlighted in this issue are stories about: the art and technology of healing music, a look at the last year at the Jacobs School of Music, a preview to the Ed Paschke exhibit at the Herron School of Art and Design, thoughts on the library of the future, and an IU professor's submission to the Society of Illustrators' 49th annual exhibition. Full Story >>

Technology and the Arts: ArtsWeek 2007

Arts Week 2007

This issue of Live at IU features a preview of ArtsWeek 2007. Also, learn how you can contribute to a unique, interactive musical composition, read about one composer's dream, hear one actor's reasons for why Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is so appealing and enduring, get details about an upcoming rare traveling and video film festival, and get stuck at the Bus Stop -- a production arriving at Indiana University Southeast. Full Story >>

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