Students Matt Panfil and Shelby Pendleton chronicle their week in London, exploring museums, galleries, and historical sites.
On Wednesday, April 18, 2018, Indiana University will host its third annual IU Day. Here's how you can get involved.
Next up for "Five Questions" is Katie Hudnall, discussing her approach to making and her methods for productivity.
Keep an eye on Jordan Nelsen, Haley Francis-Halstead, Megan Smith, and Sydney Patberg as they pursue meaningful careers.
When the ceramics program needed a new soda firing kiln, Visiting Lecturer Chaz Martinsen rallied to rebuild it.
Now in its third year, the artist-run nonprofit based in Fountain Square is growing beyond offering inexpensive studio space.
Students minoring in Book Arts traveled to Philadelphia to attend the annual College Book Art Association (CBAA) Conference.
From rogue ice storms to mind-blowing visualizations of outer space, Jon Parker helps bring stories to life through visual effects.
Learn more about a new study that explores the interface between art-making, creativity, and brain function.
Our first "Five Questions" spotlights Lowell Isaac, a prolific master of ink and Herron alumnus.