As spring semester begins, we're looking back at all that happened in the Herron community this past fall.
Craig McDaniel shares a personal account of how a study abroad trip to China was almost canceled due to political unrest.
David Bowen (B.F.A. Sculpture '99) talks about his creative practice, teaching young artists, and staying busy in the studio.
Art history student and 2018 Prell Fellow Claire Raway walks us through the career of legendary master printer Kenneth E. Tyler.
A recap of what the Herron community has been up to as another exciting academic year gets underway.
James Sholly discusses the roots of his design life, home-grown entrepreneurship, and creative opportunity.
Read how the transferable skills gained while studying art history landed Robin Tate Rockel (B.A. '07) a position at WFYI.
Herron is establishing an endowed fund that will advance the school's career development and academic advising.
Now in its third year, the artist-run nonprofit based in Fountain Square is growing beyond offering inexpensive studio space.
From rogue ice storms to mind-blowing visualizations of outer space, Jon Parker helps bring stories to life through visual effects.