• IU CINEMA: Miss Hokusai
    March 24 1:00pm
    This award-winning Japanese animated film, based on a historical manga series by Hinako Sugiura, tells the story of Katsushika Ōi (ca. 1800–ca. 1866), an artist who worked in the shadow of her famous father—the great ukiyo-e print designer Katsushika Hokusai. In addition to exploring issues of familiar relationships, gender role more »
  • IU CINEMA: Fly Me to the Moon
    March 24 4:00pm
    Director Esther Figueroa is scheduled to be present. This work-in-progress screening will be the first public presentation of the film and will be followed by a discussion with environmentalist filmmaker Figueroa. The feature-length documentary Fly Me to the Moon focuses on the Caribbean landscape, where bauxite has been mined more »
  • IU CINEMA: Silent Light
    March 25 7:00pm
    Johan is a married man and father who falls in love with another woman, against the laws of man and God. This threatens his place in his conservative Mennonite community in the north of Mexico. His friend and father offer no respite, citing the work of the devil. He must agonizingly choose between obligation, faith, and natural love, knowing the more »
  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Essay Writing Contest 2019
    March 26 12:00am
    Deadline for Submission:  Monday, April 8, 2019   Essay Prompt: How does the concept of the Asian-American ‘model minority’ affect and/or impact all students studying in the USA?   Description: The essay contest is open to all high schools students who are either enrolled in the Monroe County Community more »
  • AAPIHM Opening Reception
    March 26 12:00pm
    Join us as we kick off the month-long celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at IU Bloomington. Special brief remarks by Elaine Wagner, the first Chinese American City Council member of Columbus, Indiana, and the launching of the video, "20 Questions with the Asian Culture Center" produced by the Office of th more »
February 2018