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.
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.
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