• Above Ground - 40 Moments of Transformation
    January 18 12:00am
    "Above Ground" is a photographic exhibition organized by the Chinese feminist Lü Ping, who is currently a visiting scholar at Columbia University, and co-organized for the Bloomingotn campus by Jiling Duan, an IU Bloomington PhD doctoral student in Gender Studies. The selected photographs capture a wide range of performances stage more »
  • Sincerely Yours: An exhibition at the University Archives
    January 18 8:00am
    Dearest readers, As an archivist, it is not surprising that it is the content of a document that I find most interesting and useful. However, growing up in the ‘80s, sticker and stationery swaps played a big role in my childhood. The more colorful and interesting the stationery, the better. As I grew up – a more »
  • EXHIBIT: "Thoughts, Things, and Theories...What is Culture?"
    January 18 9:00am
    The first display when one enters the Mathers Museum of World Cultures exhibit hall initially seems uncomplicated. Labeled "Learning Through Objects," the case features a 2002 Coca-Cola can juxtaposed next to a skull from Papua New Guinea. The two artifacts, one seemingly mundane while the other something most Americans would call &quo more »
  • EXHIBIT: "200 Years of Living and Thriving in the Hoosier State"
    January 18 9:00am
    From butter churns and spinning wheels to music and bibles, this exhibit explores the objects that Hoosiers throughout the past 200 years have needed not only to survive, but to thrive.The exhibit will be on display through July 28, 2017. more »
  • EXHIBIT: "Tools of Travel"
    January 18 9:00am
    "Tools of Travel" features objects that people in different times and places have used to transport themselves and their belongings, exploring the technology of travel (wagon, saddle, sled, and canoe) and how it is powered (horse, camel, dog, and human). The exhibit opens March 22,2016 and will be open through December 17, 2017. more »
Monday, November 4, 2013