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Arts interviews, reviews, and features from WFIU Public Media from Indiana University.

Latest Episodes

A Transformative Gift: IUAM Becomes Eskenazi Museum Of Art

All year, IU's art museum has been celebrating its 75th birthday. This week, the occasion was toasted by a stunning act of philanthropy.

4 MIN2016 MAY 13
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A Transformative Gift: IUAM Becomes Eskenazi Museum Of Art

Museum Restores The Glow On Midsummer Night

It was hoped Light Totem would serve to promote the art museum, and perhaps offer the excuse for an after-dinner stroll. Expectations were quickly exceeded.

5 MIN2014 JUN 19
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Museum Restores The Glow On Midsummer Night

Art, Interrupted: A Flawed Ambassador For The American Dream

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4 MIN2013 NOV 15
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Art, Interrupted: A Flawed Ambassador For The American Dream

Coffeehouse Nights Kick Off At The IU Art Museum

The IU Art Museum kicks off its Coffeehouse Nights series with plenty of culture and caffeine

3 MIN2012 SEP 20
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Coffeehouse Nights Kick Off At The IU Art Museum

The Art Of Perle Fine: What Becomes A Legend Most

Perle Fine was on the vanguard of American art in the 40s and 50s. Her work belongs to the nation's flagship art collections. So why don't you know her name?

8 MIN2012 APR 10
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The Art Of Perle Fine: What Becomes A Legend Most

Art for One Hour

Artworks' Adam Schwartz attends a One-Hour Exhibition of rarely-seen chiaroscuro woodcuts at the IU Art Museum.

5 MIN2012 MAR 7
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Art for One Hour

The Graphics Of Revolution And War: Iranian Poster Arts

The Iranian posters on view at the IU Art Museum reveal how "a democratic revolution was Islamized through a wide range of discursive and visual tools."

7 MIN2011 NOV 16
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The Graphics Of Revolution And War: Iranian Poster Arts

Restoring The Gleam To The IUAM’s ‘Shining Space’

The 110-foot high triangular, sky-lit atrium is the signature of the I.M. Pei structure, completed in 1982. Adding to the dramatic impact of the museum's glass ceiling is the dynamic shadow pattern its support grid casts across the atrium’s angular interior over the course of the day. But the ceiling has had maintenance issues for years.

2 MIN2011 MAY 7
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Restoring The Gleam To The IUAM’s ‘Shining Space’

Representing Oneself In The Congo

Giving Back to Africa is dedicated to making a long-term investment in educating young people in the central African country, formerly known as Zaire. Giving cameras to the children at PAID was a youth-empowerment initiative directly in line with the organization's mission.

1 MIN2011 APR 20
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Representing Oneself In The Congo

Get Shot, Live Forever: Warhol’s Photographs

Whether partying or walking down the street, Andy negotiated his entire existence through the lens. Having shot over 150,000 black-and-white negatives between 1976 and his death in 1987, Andy’s pictures serve as a visual diary of each day, whether the subject is a movie star, a hockey game, or a trashcan—all of which turn up here.

10 MIN2011 APR 7
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Get Shot, Live Forever: Warhol’s Photographs

Latest Episodes

A Transformative Gift: IUAM Becomes Eskenazi Museum Of Art

All year, IU's art museum has been celebrating its 75th birthday. This week, the occasion was toasted by a stunning act of philanthropy.

4 MIN2016 MAY 13
Comments
A Transformative Gift: IUAM Becomes Eskenazi Museum Of Art

Museum Restores The Glow On Midsummer Night

It was hoped Light Totem would serve to promote the art museum, and perhaps offer the excuse for an after-dinner stroll. Expectations were quickly exceeded.

5 MIN2014 JUN 19
Comments
Museum Restores The Glow On Midsummer Night

Art, Interrupted: A Flawed Ambassador For The American Dream

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4 MIN2013 NOV 15
Comments
Art, Interrupted: A Flawed Ambassador For The American Dream

Coffeehouse Nights Kick Off At The IU Art Museum

The IU Art Museum kicks off its Coffeehouse Nights series with plenty of culture and caffeine

3 MIN2012 SEP 20
Comments
Coffeehouse Nights Kick Off At The IU Art Museum

The Art Of Perle Fine: What Becomes A Legend Most

Perle Fine was on the vanguard of American art in the 40s and 50s. Her work belongs to the nation's flagship art collections. So why don't you know her name?

8 MIN2012 APR 10
Comments
The Art Of Perle Fine: What Becomes A Legend Most

Art for One Hour

Artworks' Adam Schwartz attends a One-Hour Exhibition of rarely-seen chiaroscuro woodcuts at the IU Art Museum.

5 MIN2012 MAR 7
Comments
Art for One Hour

The Graphics Of Revolution And War: Iranian Poster Arts

The Iranian posters on view at the IU Art Museum reveal how "a democratic revolution was Islamized through a wide range of discursive and visual tools."

7 MIN2011 NOV 16
Comments
The Graphics Of Revolution And War: Iranian Poster Arts

Restoring The Gleam To The IUAM’s ‘Shining Space’

The 110-foot high triangular, sky-lit atrium is the signature of the I.M. Pei structure, completed in 1982. Adding to the dramatic impact of the museum's glass ceiling is the dynamic shadow pattern its support grid casts across the atrium’s angular interior over the course of the day. But the ceiling has had maintenance issues for years.

2 MIN2011 MAY 7
Comments
Restoring The Gleam To The IUAM’s ‘Shining Space’

Representing Oneself In The Congo

Giving Back to Africa is dedicated to making a long-term investment in educating young people in the central African country, formerly known as Zaire. Giving cameras to the children at PAID was a youth-empowerment initiative directly in line with the organization's mission.

1 MIN2011 APR 20
Comments
Representing Oneself In The Congo

Get Shot, Live Forever: Warhol’s Photographs

Whether partying or walking down the street, Andy negotiated his entire existence through the lens. Having shot over 150,000 black-and-white negatives between 1976 and his death in 1987, Andy’s pictures serve as a visual diary of each day, whether the subject is a movie star, a hockey game, or a trashcan—all of which turn up here.

10 MIN2011 APR 7
Comments
Get Shot, Live Forever: Warhol’s Photographs
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