design:retail has announced that the 2019 winner of the 23rd Annual Markopoulos Award as Dan Evans, managing partner and executive vice president marketing and business development for Wests Designs and CIM Advisory Board member at Indiana University's Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design.
News from 2019
IU’s small architecture program in Columbus is not seen as threat to Ball State, but it could give a big boost to Indiana’s modernism mecca.
Elizabeth M. Claffey is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Indiana University in Bloomington. She is an honors graduate of Earlham College and has an MFA in photography from Texas…
IU President McRobbie announces the naming of the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design.
The Eskanazis' landmark gift of $20 million is the largest in the school's history and will support student scholarships, faculty development, academic programs, research initiatives and facility support for the school.
Indiana University BloomingtonDeadline: March 30, 2019The School of Art, Architecture + Design at Indiana University Bloomington invites applications for a 4-6 week 2019-2020 McKinney International Art and Design Residency. The residency will select an established artist whose primary country of residency is outside of the United States.
Comprehensive Design student Lindsey Graves awarded an LIT Design Award for a lamp designed last fall in the a prototyping course
Lindsey Graves designed the lamp, "In Balance," which was inspired by the angles of midcentury armchairs.
Exhibit Columbus University Research Design Fellows, Daniel Luis Martinez and Etien Santiago, featured in The Republic
Two University Research Design Fellows, Daniel Luis Martinez and Etien Santiago of Indiana University are speaking with fabricators and others as they move forward with their planned piece called Entry Portal for The Republic Building in downtown Columbus in preparation for Exhibit Columbus 2019.
Glenn Close receives the Costume Designers Guild Awards Spotlight Award, mentions her costume collection donation to the Sage Fashion Collection
As a working actress for 45 years, knows a thing or two about the significance of costumes and the roles they play in building a character — so much so that she has saved almost every costume she’s worn — roughly 800 pieces — and donated her collection to Indiana University, where they’re being preserved in an archival facility.
In conjunction with Indiana University’s 2019 Themester, Remembering and Forgetting, the Grunwald Gallery invites IU SoAAD MFA/BFA/BA students, SoAAD faculty and Monroe County, Indiana artists to submit proposals for an upcoming exhibition.
Indiana University’s new Master of Architecture program is only in its second year, but applications are growing and students are settling into the new building in Columbus.
Digital Art faculty member Margaret Dolinsky featured in new book "New Media Futures: The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts"
New Media Futures is poised to become a valuable study tool for those interested in the intersection between art, women artists, and technology.
Visiting IU for her "Of Bodies and Borders" exhibition focuses on topics such as immigration and feminism, Fernandez sat down with multiple MFA students, offering personalized feedback on their work.
Alexander Landerman is a master of fine arts printmaking student with the School of Art, Architecture + Design. Growing up on a Christmas tree farm in a small town in Wisconsin, Landerman was surrounded by the outdoors. He fell in love with animals at a young age and began drawing around the same time.
J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program's director of graduate studies, T. Kelly Wilson featured in Journey Indiana episode
See the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program's director of graduate studies, T. Kelly Wilson in Episode 104 of Journey Indiana.
IU-themed garments served as inspiration to fashion design students in Indiana University Bloomington's School of Art, Architecture + Design during a recent trip to IU Libraries' University Archives and a presentation of items from the university's Sage Fashion Collection.
Indiana University ceremonially dotted the last “i” and crossed the last “t” on the launch of its new master’s program in architecture with the formal dedication of the renowned Columbus building that serves as its home.
The Indiana University Office of the Bicentennial has unveiled the winning design for the Bicentennial Medal and opened nominations for recipients.
In his remarks at the Republic Building dedication, IU President McRobbie described the newly renovated facility as a "visible symbol of the future of architecture."
Jeff Linder, Indiana University associate vice president for state relations, and John Burnett, president and CEO of the Community Education Coalition in Columbus, Indiana, and a member of the IUPUC Board of Advisors, received the IU this week, the highest honor an IU president can bestow.
The Indiana University Center for Rural Engagement will host a variety of new arts and cultural offerings in the Indiana communities of Huntingburg, Nashville and Salem this winter and spring.
Los Angeles fashion director Cameron Silver will talk at 7 p.m. Feb. 5 at Whittenberger Auditorium about his best-selling book “Decades: A Century of Fashion” and will cover the history of 20th century fashion.
Alumnus Rayman Boozer, Long Deemed the Interior Design Industry’s “Color Guru,” Celebrates 25 Years in Business
Rayman Boozer, Interior Design and Fashion alumnus, reflects back on 25 years in the industry and shares how he overcame early anxiety to reach a major milestone.
The new interdisciplinary program allows students to explore different disciplines within design, ranging from furniture to the urban environment according to School of Art, Architecture + Design's website.
New York Fashion Week will be combining men's and women's styles on the runway.
Now in its 21st year, Toronto’s Interior Design Show annually draws thousands to its showcase of the design world’s most imaginative products, speakers, and exhibits.