Mayor John Hamilton will join a group of Indiana University design students to plant a tree to be part of a public art installation on Saturday, December 14, at 3 p.m. at the corner of Fourth and Washington Streets in Bloomington.
News from 2019
Chase Gamblin has created brick kilns that live on IU's campus. He found a new passion in teaching IU students how to create masterpieces, too.
What happens when humans and robots make art together? In this awe-inspiring talk, artist Sougwen Chung shows how she "taught" her artistic style to a machine -- and shares the results of their collaboration after making an unexpected discovery: robots make mistakes, too. "Part of the beauty of human and machine systems is their inherent, shared fallibility," she says.
“Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.” A single sentence from Anne Frank encapsulates Manifest Gallery’s “DARK: Shadows, Nightscapes, and Darkness” exhibition.
In the video, Templeton disccusses the theme, "body", in her most recent exhibition.
The Evansville Museum opened a new exhibition that coincided with IU's Big Red Bus arrival over the weekend.
Deadline: February 1, 2020 The Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design at Indiana University Bloomington invites applications for a 4-6 week McKinney International Art and Design Residency. Selected artists are required to visit for a 4-6 week period between October 1-December 11, 2020.
“Ongoing Matter” is a multi-platform, traveling collection of new poster designs that mobilizes political engagement with the Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election, or, as it is more colloquially known, the Mueller Report. These contemporary poster designs seek to make the Report accessible, and thus make the possibility of genuine, thoughtful, and passionate engagement with its findings possible.
Sarah Edmands Martin digital and web design work for the D.C.-based quantum computing company, IonQ, has been selected by the international C2A Jury as an Honorable Mention in the 2019 Creative Communication Awards.
Pushing his paintings in different directions and never settling for a signature style, Callander rejects the art world’s demand for novelty, entertainment, and the timely production of a latest brand.
The Eskenazi family joined us on Friday, October 25th, to formally recognize our new school name. It was a beautiful day celebrating the arts at Indiana University, and we are so grateful to Sidney and Lois for their transformative gift.
To draw attention to the lack of sustainability in the apparel industry, faculty members Lori Frye and and Bo Choi incorporated sustainability into their curriculum. Last spring, with funding from a grant awarded by the IU Office of the Bicentennial, they challenged students to create IU-themed ensembles—with a catch. Only recycled apparel from area thrift shops could be used to fabricate the pieces.
According to local arts and education leaders, the interaction between the program’s faculty and students with the city and its residents has been embraces by both parties; benefiting the Columbus community and helping the architecture program gain solid footing and grow.
A collection of 100 prints created by top graduate printmaking students in the country is finding a home in the Eskenazi School.
Ambitious students from more than 35 NRF Foundation member schools competed to represent the next generation of retail leaders. The students below will receive travel stipends to attend the 2020 NRF Foundation Student Program and NRF Foundation Gala in New York City.
Professor James Nakagawa's work is featured in the exhibition, "From the Cave" at the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum from Oct. 1–Nov. 24 with internationally acclaimed artists Gerhard Richter, Lieko Shiga, Fiona Tan, and Ken Kitano.
The top 10 American educators and artists have received the highest honors from the Photographic Education Association. They have different academic backgrounds and different understandings of photography. " Channel III: SPE Honorary Teacher Works Exhibition" shows their great efforts and outstanding contributions in the art of photography.
The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University has announced the acquisition of the Jeffrey A. Wolin Archive that will include current and future work by Wolin.
Noorderlicht is thirty years young! In 1990, a group of driven photo lovers decided to build a photo party in Groningen, to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of what was then called the USVA Photogallery. This turned into the first Noorderlicht festival.
Exhibit Columbus 2019 debuts a rich program exploring the intersection of community and design in America’s hidden design mecca, including "Entry Portal" by Daniel Luis Martinez, Etien Santiago, and their students.
Students at Indiana University's Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design will soon have a new building designed by one of the greatest architects of the 20th century.
Alum Katie Warnock and Joann Quinones awarded Outstanding Student Award Winners by Surface Design Association for work featuring innovation within the field of fibers and textiles.
Tracy Templeton's work, A Mind of Winter, featured in the Od Review.
Hosted by the Korean Society for Photography Education, (Inviting Exhibitions of Professors and Students, Photographic Imaging, and Art Competitions and Festivals of Art, Culture, and Culture in Korea, China and Japan) will be held in South Korea.
Created by Martinez and fellow assistant professor Etien Santiago, along with five of their students, as part of the annual Exhibit Columbus event, "Entry Portal" welcomes visitors and students into the Master of Architecture program's building.
Artlink is pleased to debut Humanimals in Precarious Positions, sculptures by Melanie Cooper Pennington. Pennington’s first solo exhibition highlights her large scale anthropomorphic sculptures. The exhibit opens September 20th and continues through October 25th.
LAA Office (co-founded by Daniel Luis Martinez and Lulu Loquidis) have designed a new, community studio at the 411 Art Gallery in Downtown Columbus. The project transformed a previously unused room into a flexible workspace that can be curated by visiting artists in collaboration with local community members over time. The design features custom plywood pegboard, moveable shelves, a retractable work table, and built-in storage.
A little-known Mies van der Rohe design will be built at Indiana University, and its announcement was featured in The Architect's Newspaper.
The Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design at Indiana University has announced the design and construction of a new building originally planned for the IU Bloomington campus in the 1950s based upon a design by the legendary architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, who is regarded as one of the founders of modern architecture.
LAA Office (co-founded by Daniel Luis Martinez and Lulu Loquidis) have completed an exhibition celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library (designed by I.M. Pei and Partners and completed in 1969). The exhibition content was created in collaboration with Tricia Gilson, who is the head archivist of the Columbus Area Architectural Archives.
Artist Jess T. Dugan’s photo series explores gender and sexuality.
The Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture, and Design at Indiana University will be accepting applications for its newest undergraduate scholarship, established in April 2019 by the Honorable P.A. Mack, Jr. A trustee of the Indiana University Foundation, Mack named the Susan Barker Yeley Scholarship for a longtime friend and fellow IU graduate.
The volunteer-led Columbus Museum of Art & Design (CMAD) has awarded four grants totaling $12,250 for local art and design projects.
Twenty programs across seven IU campuses were awarded grants totaling $200,000. Awards from the council total more than $1 million since 2012.
"Above the Fold" is a larger-than-life exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St. Petersburg. It features origami from artists all over the world.
Indiana University’s first class of architecture students is set to graduate in 2021, but the program won’t be accredited until as early as 2023. That could have been a big problem, because graduation from an accredited school is a requirement for becoming a licensed architect in Indiana. But now there’s an exception.
Jiangmei Wu's large-scale, origami-inspired installations have captured the imagination of critics and art lovers all around the world.
Congratulations are in order: NRF Foundation announces 25 students who have been selected as semi-finalists for the 2019-2020 Next Generation Scholarship and will advance to the second phase of the scholarship.
A small, artist work and display space at the 411 gallery in downtown Columbus could become a reality by late August.
See the Director of the Sage Fashion Collection, Heather Akou, in Episode 109 of Journey Indiana.
By mid-June, a key component of development in the Trades District will be chosen — a large public art project in the new Gateway Plaza near 10th and Madison streets.
Themester 2019’s focus on “Remembering and Forgetting” starts this fall, but one group of students explored the theme early.
During the event, community members will have the opportunity to learn more about and provide feedback about the artists' work at a booth in Peoples Park staffed by members of the Bloomington Arts Commission and the City's Economic and Sustainable Development Department.
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.
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.