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Live at IU Archive

Winter print sale features affordable art by IU students, professors

Print Sale

The Dec. 15 issue of Live at IU featured a top story about MFA students at the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts hosting an affordable arts sale just in time for the holidays. In addition were stories about two Jacobs School of Music students who were named 2012 Marshall Scholars; tickets on sale for a VIP reception with celebrity chefs Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert, who will speak at IU Auditorium in February; an IU East professor who will use an National Endowment of the Arts fellowship to support work on her new book; the Marching Hundred's chance to take part in Super Bowl XLVI; a host of Grammy contenders with IU connections; and how a grant will help Traditional Arts Indiana support local art. Full Story >>

Doctoral student's studies bring rare Dogon funerary blanket to IU Art Museum

Effigy

The Dec. 1, 2011, issue of Live at IU featured a top story about the IU Art Museum's acquisition of a rare Dogon blanket from a doctoral student who conducted her dissertation research in Mali on the contemporary art of the ethnic group. In addition were stories about the annual Chimes of Christmas holiday concert; the IU Art Museum's return of a painting to a Berlin museum, where it was apparently looted in the chaotic aftermath of WWII; a contest for IU's official plaid; the Indiana University Theatre's adaption of Lysistrata; the Holiday Celebration concert hosted by Jacobs School of Music faculty and students; and a photography exhibit by IU Northwest professor Jennifer Greenburg. Full Story >>

IU alumnus blogs about fashion world as 'Grungy Gentleman'

Grungy Gentleman

The Nov. 17, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story about IU alumnus Jace Lipstein, who has created a name for himself blogging about fashion as the "Grungy Gentleman." In addition were stories about IU alum Mike Farah, who produces videos for comedy website Funny or Die; IU Opera Theater's production of La Boheme; Shrek at IU Auditorium; Middle East relations expert Juan Cole speaking in conjunction with an Iranian poster exhibit at the IU Art Museum; IU Dance Marathon's final fundraiser total for Riley Hospital for Children; and a collaboration between IU East and a local high school to build a Hollywood Squares set for a university event. Full Story >>

IU professor behind swordplay in Theatre and Drama production of 'The Three Musketeers'

Adam Noble Fight Rehearsals

The Nov. 3, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story about Adam Noble, a professor in IU's Theatre and Drama Department, who choreographed the fight scenes for The Three Musketeers. In addition were stories about the dedication of a new Center for Art and Design in Columbus; a documentary film about Middle East relations at the IU Cinema; Theater Northwest's anniversary; IU alumnus Michael Uslan headlining a film symposium; an IU conference about the power of music; and a night of dance from IU's African American Arts Institute. Full Story >>

Master organist, IU alumnus Dennis James to accompany 'Phantom' silent film at IU Auditorium

Dennis James Halloween

The Oct. 20, 2011, issue of Live at IU featured stories on IU alumn and organist Dennis James returning to accompany a silent film at the IU Auditorium; a new book about IU professor and jazz musician and composer David Baker; and a preview of IU Opera Theater's A View from the Bridge. Also included are a 50th anniversary celebration for IU Bloomington's African Studies Program; a film by an IUPUI Informatics alum that screened at the Heartland Film Festival; a new vintage clothing collection; and IU Theatre's In the Next Room. Full Story >>

IU Theatre joins Themester with the American tribal love-rock musical 'Hair'

Hair

The Oct. 6, 2011, issue of Live at IU featured stories on IU Theatre's opening season production of HAIR; the IU Bloomington fall ballet; Paul Simon's performance at IU Auditorium; an IUAA Women's Philanthropy Conference at IUPUI; a sculpture by Herron School of Art and Design Alumnus Don Gummer installed by Gummer at Herron in honor of 9-11; a Jacobs School tribute to "tuba titan" Harvey Phillips; and a reading by author Alexandra Fuller, a guest of the IU Bloomington College Arts and Humanities Institute. Full Story >>

IU alum, Academy Award-nominee Angus Aynsley to speak, present film at IU Cinema Friday

Waste Land

The Sept. 15, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on a visit to IU Cinema by Indiana University alum Angus Aynsley, who introduced a screening of his Academy Award-nominated film Waste Land. In addition were stories on the new issue of The South Shore Journal, Northwest Indiana's open access peer reviewed online journal; a visit from textile designer and "tie and dye" expert Sharon Kilfoyle; the annual Bloomington Multicultural Expo; Bloomington performances by the Australia-based performing arts group Strange Fruit; and a student photo exhibition at IU South Bend. Full Story >>

Telecom, textiles professors to present collaborative piece in 'Waveforms' exhibition

Indigo

The Sept. 1, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured stories on an upcoming audio-indigo exhibition at Grunwald Gallery; an appearance by Indie filmmaker John Sayles at IU Cinema; an IUPUI professor's new book on Ray Bradbury; a recently installed sculpture by Don Gummer at the IUPUI Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute; IU Art Museum's Thursday Coffeehouse Nights; Indiana Governor's Arts Awards for three IU faculty members and one IU volunteer; and two former IU Northwest RedHawks who moved to Hollywood to pursue film careers after wrapping production of their first feature, Basic Cable. Full Story >>

Grunwald Gallery to open interactive 'Inter:Facing' exhibition

Dolinsky Art

The Aug. 18 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on an interactive art exhibit titled "Inter:Facing," opening at Grunwald Gallery of Art at IU Bloomington Sept. 9. Also in this issue were stories on a new book series by IU Press that focuses on books set in the Midwest; the play Happily Ever Chloe, presented by the Department of Theatre and Drama; construction of new and updated Herron School of Art and Design facilities at IUPUI; faculty appointments at the Jacobs School of Music; the merger of collections of the Mathers Museum and Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology; and a new fashion design major in the Department of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design in the College of Arts and Sciences.

IU Alumni Association launches new website -- and online community

Spirit of IU

The July 21, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured stories on a new IUAA website and game; Indiana Festival Theatre performances; an upcoming photo exhibition at Grunwald Gallery; a new sculpture at IU Northwest honoring Chancellor Emeritus Bergland; a regional Emmy for WTIU's Harp Dreams; IU Press joining Books at JSTOR; and a new IPFW journal dedicated to Christopher Marlowe. Full Story >>