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.
We caught up with Colleen to learn more about what she'll be doing and to hear what she's discovered so far.
The exhibitions feature student paintings, drawings, and illustrations and a survey of works by Zilvinas Kempinas.
We're introducing a re-imagined electronic newsletter to share our most relevant information in one place, once monthly.
Five takeaways from the 2018 Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Visiting Artist Lecture.
The new program will run alongside Herron's annual Teen Intensives and Youth Art Camps held in June 2018.