• Exhibit at IU Libraries' University Archives: C. David Repp: Photographer
    July 02 12:00am
    A graduate of Depauw and Indiana University, Carl David Repp produced a collection of nearly 250,000 photographs which appeared in publications such as TIME, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and The Washington Post. Drawn from the collections of the IU Archives, this exhibit features examples of Repp's vast archives, covering subjects more »
  • Summer sale at Wells Library features books about IU and local area
    July 02 12:00am
    The Herman B Wells Library will be selling a selection of IU Press books about Indiana's history and natural areas around the state.  Included in this selection will also be exciting books on IU, including Indiana University; Portraits of the Bloomington Campus.     Many more titles can be purchased thro more »
  • Exhibit: Student Reform Movements at IU
    July 02 8:00am
    For freshman Theodore Dreiser in 1889, Indiana University served as fertile ground for his future literary endeavors, but to him “the life of the town, the character of its people, the professors and the students, and the mechanism, politics, and social interests of the University body proper” were far more influential. For generatio more »
  • Spotlights: Five Views into the Eskenazi Museum of Art's Collection
    July 02 10:00am
    To celebrate the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University's 75th birthday, each of the five curators has chosen a group of objects forSpotlights: Five Views into the Eskenazi Museum of Art's Collection. Highlighted for their  rarity, research interest, or importance, the selections show the range and quality that make the museum more »
  • New in the Galleries
    July 02 10:00am
    New Acquisitions: African American Art A group of local community, university, and business leaders, headed by Donald Griffin, Jr., broker/owner of Griffin Realty, has formed a coalition to help the IU Art Museum build its collection of works by African American artists. These first acquisitions of what is hoped will become an annual endeavo more »
January 22 - 28, 2012