• Exhibit: Eat Your Vegetables: Five Centuries of Vegetarianism and the Printed Word
    August 24 12:00am
    The Lilly Library is pleased to announce its summer exhibition. “Eat Your Vegetables! Five Centuries of Vegetarianism and the Printed Word” will survey the history and impact of vegetarian movements on society, and it will also contain a variety of cookbooks that emphasize vegetarian cuisine.  The materials in this exhibition ar more »
  • Summer sale at Wells Library features books about IU and local area
    August 24 12:00am
    The Herman B Wells Library will be selling a selection of IU Press books about Indiana's history and natural areas around the state.  Included in this selection will also be exciting books on IU, including Indiana University; Portraits of the Bloomington Campus.     Many more titles can be purchased thro more »
  • Exhibit at IU Libraries' University Archives: C. David Repp: Photographer
    August 24 12:00am
    A graduate of Depauw and Indiana University, Carl David Repp produced a collection of nearly 250,000 photographs which appeared in publications such as TIME, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and The Washington Post. Drawn from the collections of the IU Archives, this exhibit features examples of Repp's vast archives, covering subjects more »
  • IU CINEMA: Our Little Sister
    August 25 7:00pm
    Adapted from Yoshida Akimi's best-selling graphic novel Umimachi Diary,Our Little Sister is about three 20-something sisters—Sachi, Yoshino and Chika—who live together in a large old house in the seaside town of Kamakura. When they learn of their estranged father's death, they decide to travel to the countryside for his more »
  • Exhibit: Framing Beauty: Intimate Visions
    August 26 12:00am
    This exhibition will open Friday, August 26th and continue through Saturday, October 6. A symposium is planned for Thursday, September 8th – Saturday, September 9th, 2016.  There will be a panel discussion with participating artists Omar Victor Diop, Bill Gaskins, Kalup Linzy and Ji Yep moderated by Professor Deborah Willis on Thu more »
August 2016