• IU CINEMA: L’equilibrio (Equilibrium)
    April 21 7:00pm
    Writer/Director Vincenzo Marra is scheduled to be present.   In a sober and realistic fashion, writer/director Vincenzo Marra returns to his neo-neorealistic style to narrate the complex and problematic reality around Naples discovered by a well-intentioned priest. Shot with very simple means and non-professional actors, this film r more »
  • City of Angels
    April 21 7:30pm
    As the first of two parallel stories unfolds, struggling Hollywood screenwriter Stine tries to strike it big with his film noir masterpiece. In the second, Stine’s fictional detective Stone hits the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, trying to crack a case before the case cracks him. With both writer and character influencing each other&rsqu more »
  • EXHIBIT: "Heads and Tales"
    April 22 1:00pm
    his exhibit, produced in conjunction with the Elizabeth Sage Historic Costume Collection, will investigate all things worn, styled, and associated with the human head. Looking cross culturally at different topics including status and religion, the exhibit will feature hats, wigs, and hairstyles. more »
  • EXHIBIT: "Sisters of the Cloth: This is Our Story"
    April 22 1:00pm
    “Sisters of the Cloth: This is Our Story,” an exhibit exploring the lives of African American quilters will be featured at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures this spring. The exhibit will be presented in conjunction with the Indiana Heritage Quilt Show.  The exhibit will present works that are individual reflections on what ea more »
  • EXHIBIT: "Show and Tell -- Making Craft at the John C. Campbell Folk School"
    April 22 1:00pm
    Curated by Kelley D. Totten, a recent Ph.D. graduate in Folklore at Indiana University, this exhibit looks at contemporary craft through the lens of the John C. Campbell Folk School, located in Brasstown, North Carolina. Each Friday, folk school students gather in the community room to show off their creations from week-long immersion courses in more »
August 2017