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  • Cinema film: Three Brothers 1981
    April 25 7:00pm
    One day Donato Giuranna sends his three sons a telegram informing them of the death of their mother. Raffaele, a judge in Rome, Nicola, a factory worker in Turin and Rocco, a teacher in a reformatory in Naples, return home for the funeral without freeing themselves from their own personal and professional problems. Raffaele, involved in combatin more »
  • Third Year Reading (2)
    April 25 7:00pm
    Featuring: Britt Ashley Leslie Aguilar Scott Miles Trevor Mackesey Indiana Memorial Union Georgian Room (First Floor of IMU - Map) 900 East 7th Street Bloomington, IN 47405 more »
  • Into the Woods
    April 25 7:30pm
    If one story isn't enough for you, this musical mash-up brings together all of the familiar Grimm's Fairy Tale characters into one twisted tale of cows and curses, beanstalks and bakers, princes and princesses, and of course, an evil witch. Join us in the Ruth N. Halls Theatre for this enchanting production! more »
  • New in the Galleries: Dada and Constructivism: World War I and Radical Modernism
    April 26 12:00pm
    Continuing through August 30, 2015 Gallery of Western Art, Doris Steinmetz Kellett Endowed Gallery of Twentieth-Century Art, first floor World War I: 100 Years is a campus-wide initiative marking the centennial of the war's outbreak in August 1914. This installation explores the impact of World War I on the development of the Europea more »
  • Visions from the Forests: The Art of Liberia & Sierra Leone
    April 26 12:00pm
    IU Art Museum is one of four national venues to host this first major showing of traditional art from the West African nations of Liberia and Sierra Leone, which brings together more than seventy masks, figures, jewelry, and other objects from the collection of the late William Siegmann (1943–2011), former curator of African art at the Bro more »
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