• IU Cinema Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Program
    February 20 7:00pm
    Avi Nesher’s many award-winning films have been integral to Israeli cinema, placing him as one of Israel’s all-time greatest filmmakers. With 20 feature films to his credit as director, his work has received prestigious awards and nominations at major international festivals and has won several Ophir Awards (the Israeli equivalent of more »
  • IU CINEMA: Za’am V’Tehilah (Rage and Glory)
    February 21 7:00pm
    Director Avi Nesher is scheduled to be present/35th Anniversary Screening.   Restored in 2018 by the Jerusalem Cinematheque and the Israel Film Archive, Rage and Glory is considered by critics the best Israeli film ever made. The film tells the story of an avowed anarchist, Eddy the Butcher, and a hitman who is sent to Jer more »
  • IU Auditorium - The Price Is Right Live
    February 21 7:30pm
    The Price Is Right Live is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to hear their names called and "Come On Down" to win.  Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car!  Play classic games just like on television's longest running and most popular game show…f more »
  • Salón Latino Chamber Music Series: William Wielgus, oboe
    February 21 8:00pm
    William Wielgus joined the oboe section of the National Symphony Orchestra in 1990 on the invitation of Mstislav Rostropovich after serving as English horn of the Oklahoma Symphony and Principal Oboe with the South Bend Symphony. He has also held academic positions at West Virginia University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He ea more »
  • Robert E. and Avis Tarrant Burke Lecture: Dr. Amanda Lahikainen, "British Graphic Satire and the Enlightenment: The Conceptual Art of Imitating Paper Money"
    February 22 4:00pm
    This lecture will briefly introduce the history of graphic satire in Britain from the early eighteenth century through the golden age of caricature that  lasted into the early decades of the nineteenth century. This introduction will draw on recent scholarship and pose questions about the roots of modern political cartoons: are they grounde more »
Wednesday, September 12, 2018