Missed the latest news and updates from the Herron community? Here's what happened between October and December 2019
Rosanna Hardin Hall shares her insights on capturing natural beauty, the importance of studying abroad, and her own brand of creativity.
The Indianapolis-based illustrator's knack for graphic storytelling is leading to a promising career in comics.
Learn how Pamela Napier, associate professor of visual communication design, emphasizes collaboration in her studio practice and classes.
The Herron community finds itself coming off another active summer of research, advancement, and creative excellence.
Herron School of Art and Design presents Sanford Wurmfeld exhibition and renowned designer Paula Scher as Jane Fortune lecturer
"Encountering Color: Sanford Wurmfeld's E-Cyclorama II (and Other Paintings)" opens Sept. 18. Scher's talk will occur Oct. 9.
Herron announces the relaunch of their Friends of Herron giving program, inviting you to invest in the future of art and design.
Kimber Shaw answers questions about his big break, what it's like to shoot for commercial clients, and his day-to-day.
Herron artists and designers have recently informed and engaged with the world around us in many ways. Read the highlights.
Herron School of Art and Design's 2019 summer exhibitions showcase diversity of art forms, identities and cultures
The Galleries at Herron will kick off another summer season Wednesday, June 5, with two group exhibitions, plus a solo show featuring the work of Kentucky-based folk artist Minnie Adkins.