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News from BEAD

Bloomington Artist’s Retreat Survey!  A group of artists in the Bloomington, IN community are exploring the possibility of developing an artist’s retreat center in rural Bloomington.  This retreat center could be used for short or long term residencies, workshops, or classes in solitary or group environments. Some amenities the retreat center could offer could include housing, spaces for artistic practice, meeting space, workshop and classroom areas and outdoor gardening and gathering spaces. This center could offer a series of arts and other types of creative workshops, educational opportunities and also be available for short and long-term rental. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts about a retreat center. The survey will open until July 31. Click here to take the survey!

wonderlabWonderLab Earns 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence The WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology in Bloomington today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award for the second year in a row. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence provided by businesses worldwide, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor. WonderLab is currently listed as the second most popular Bloomington attraction after Indiana University on TripAdvisor.  For more information about WonderLab’s current exhibitions and programs, call 812-337-1337 ext. 25 or go online to wonderlab.org.

Arts Commission Announces Registration Now Open for Come Together Conference The IAC announced that registration is now open for a one-day conference, Come Together: Arts Boards, Staff, & Community Engagement, August 8, 2014, on the campus of IUPUI in Indianapolis.   The conference is designed to help arts organizations and their leadership boards become stronger and more effective in their role of developing and maintaining successful community partnership opportunities. Registration is $50 per person, or $90 for any two people.   Presentation topics will include developing community partnership and engagement opportunities, building stronger board leadership, successful fundraising, and how to successfully measure organizational impact. Panel discussions will also feature valuable information for any arts organization executive staff, board members, and volunteers.   The conference will be held on the campus of IUPUI near downtown Indianapolis. For more information about the conference, conference speakers, and how to register, please visit www.in.gov/arts/2659.htm.    Keynote speaker for the conference will be Karen Gahl-Mills, executive director of Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, Cleveland, Ohio, one of the nation’s top sources of local public funding for arts and culture. In total, the organization has granted over $112 million to more than 250 local arts organizations throughout Cuyahoga County. Ms. Gahl-Mills holds a Bachelor of Music degree from DePaul University and a MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.   Among other presenters at the conference will be: Susan Hardwick, senior vice-president and chief financial officer of Vectren Corporation; Suzann Lupton, clinical assistant professor and Director of Academic Affairs at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA); Sandra Bernhard, Director of HGOco, Houston Grand Opera’s award-winning, unique initiative the explores ways of making opera relevant to changing audiences; Rachel Candee, Manager, Skill-based Volunteering & Hoosier Corps at United Way of Central Indiana; and Michael Kaufmann, Connect Indy, and Health & Hospital Corporation, where he serves as director of special projects and civic investment.   Come Together: Arts Boards, Staff, & Community Engagement, is produced by the Indiana Arts Commission and the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). Additional support is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.

lotusSurvey for Lotus Exhibit at Monroe County Public Library The Monroe County  History Center is putting together an exhibit on the history of the Lotus Festival.  They are asking for community  member feedback to help shape the exhibit design.  To fill out the survey, click here!

drew etienneJuly City Hall Atrium Exhibit: Recent Works by Drew Etienne During the month of July, the City of Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District (BEAD) will showcase Drew Etienne’s recent work in the Showers Atrium of City Hall, 401 N. Morton Street.   Drew Etienne received his BFA in Painting from Indiana University and now lives and works in Bloomington. He has shown locally and nationally, and was recently chosen as a recipient of an Individual Artist Grant by the Indiana Arts Commission . He creates large and small-scale abstract paintings, with elements culled from a host of influences such as the romantic landscapists, optical art, science fiction, video games, analytical cubism, industrialization, architecture, and the rest of the cosmos.     The exhibit will be on display through July 31st.  Exhibition hours are 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday and Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. as well as additional evening and weekend hours when City Hall is open for meetings. This project is another effort under the City’s strategy to leverage and expand the economic development potential of the arts in Bloomington. According to the 2012 Americans for the Arts study, Bloomington’s nonprofit arts sector contributes $72.3 million to the local economy annually through direct spending by arts organizations and their audiences. For more information on the study visit www.bloomington.in.gov/arts.

Position Opening:  Public Programs Manager at Monroe County History Center The Monroe County History Center in Bloomington, Indiana, is seeking a skilled education and public programs manager to develop multigenerational educational programs that fulfill the mission of the museum.  Responsibilities include:  working with staff to develop and implement creative public programs; collaborating with teachers to establish professional development workshops and incorporate the Center’s resources into the classroom; engaging with the community to reach all sectors of Monroe County with innovative history-based programs; working with interns and volunteers; collaborating on grant writing.  Master’s degree in history, public history, museum studies, or education is desired; practical experience with public programming and working with diverse audiences is required.  Applicants must possess excellent communication skills – both written and verbal – as well as good people skills.  Send letter of application, résumé/CV, and references to:  Monroe County History Center, Attn:  Education Manager Search, 202 E. 6th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408 or email admin@monroehistory.org by 7/31/2014.  MCHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Due to the 4th of July holiday, the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center opening reception will be next week on July 11 from 5-8 p.m. Shows run July 7-26. They are closed July 4-6.

Buskirk-Chumley Looking for Ushers See shows for free!  Opportunities in June and July. Email volunteer@buskirkchumley.org for a schedule.

wyatt legrandWyatt LeGrand “Perceptions” Exhibit 

Visit Bloomington Content & Social Media Coordinator Position Available Content & Social Media Coordinator Position is responsible for overseeing website and electronic content, social media and database management for Visit Bloomington’s promotional efforts.  Link to position description here.  E-mail cover letter and resume due by 5:00 PM (EST) on Monday, July 7.

lotus 2Sam Bartlett and Lotus Team Up for Masks Around the World The 2014 Lotus World Music and Arts Festival season starts early with Masks Around the World, a visual arts outreach program that will yield a series of large-scale and life-sized masks for installation at the Festival’s Arts Village this September. Inspired by mask traditions from a number of world cultures, guest artist Sam Bartlett will leadtwo free workshops in mask-making, hosted at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures on July 9 and July 13.Masks Around the World is supported by a grant from the Bloomington Arts Commission.   Find some of Sam’s work here. Sam’s family-friendly Masks Around the World workshops happen on Wednesday, July 9 from 6 to 9 p.m., and on Sunday, July 13, from 2 to 5 p.m. Attendance for each workshop is limited to 30, and participants must register in advance by emailing museumed@indiana.edu or calling (812) 855-6873.

Early music“If music be the food of love, play on!”(Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, I:1)

Early Music students from the Jacobs School of Music provide pre-show music at each performance of Indiana Theatre’s Twelfth Night run. Special lectures on the role of music in Shakespeare’s plays will also be offered on select nights. WHERE: The Mezzanine at the Lee Norvelle Center for the Performing Arts. 275 North Jordan Ave. Bloomington, IN 47405 WHEN: July 5 – 26. Music starts at 6:45pm for evening performances and 1:15pm for matinees. Lectures on the role of music in Shakespeare’s plays will be presented on July 17th and July 23rd starting at 6:30pm ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: www.theatre.indiana.edu

bltg communeWelcome to Bloomington, Summer Commune!Summer Commune is a diverse, temporary, intentional community which brings people from all over North America to one place for one month, where they’ll collaborate & work independently to create new art, new media, new technology, and new ideas for a new society. Summer Commune provides attendees with an audience, potential collaborators, and an existential support network. Summer Commune is in Bloomington from July 1-31. To get involved and obtain more information, check out their Facebook Page. Meetings are every Monday at 6 p.m. and will be at a different location each week. The location will be announced in their newsletter, which you can subscribe to here.

sidewalk saleSummer Sidewalk SaleThe Bloomington Fashion Collective and Downtown Bloomington will be hosting the Bloomington Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, July 12 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

bsoBSO Summer Concert in Bryan ParkJoin the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra – Indiana and conductor Nick Hersh for a FREE concert of marches, popular music, TV themes, and more! This is a great event for a family picnic. Hope to see you there!

be.Cause Gallery and Studio Painting Parties July 12 “Lyric Love” painting party @ be.CAUSE Gallery and Studio 2-4pm Pre-registration required July 12 “Indian Summer” painting party @ be.CAUSE Gallery and Studio 4:30- 6:30pm Pre-registration is required July 19 “Indian Summer” painting party @ be.CAUSE Gallery and Studio 2-4pm Pre-registration is required July 19 “Lyric Love” painting party @ be.CAUSE Gallery and Studio 4:30-6:30pm Pre-registration required All at becausebloomington.com

call  to artistsCall to Artists for Arlington Road and West 17th Street Roundabout Artwork The Crescent Bend Neighborhood Association in partnership with the City of Bloomington is issuing a Call to Artists to submit proposals for consideration for a site-specific artwork commission for the Arlington Road and West 17th Street Roundabout in Bloomington.  The Crescent Bend Neighborhood Association was granted funds by the City of Bloomington’s Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND) to commission  artwork for the roundabout which will serve as a welcoming symbol to the neighborhood and to the thousands of citizens and visitors who will pass by it daily. A selection panel, comprised of Crescent Bend residents, project partners and public art staff will review proposals. The budget for the artwork commission is $12,000.   A full project description and artist selection criteria is available here. For more information, contact Miah Michaelsen, the Assistant Economic Development Director for the Arts, at michaelm@bloomington.in.gov or (812) 349-3534.  Deadline for submission is August 1, 2014.

4th streetNon-Profit Booth Spaces Available at Fourth Street Festival of the Arts & Crafts for Arts and Cultural Organizations The 4th Street Festival provides space to arts and cultural organizations to promote and inform the public about their activities and distribute promotional literature.  Space is available to any nonprofit group devoted to an arts activity or discipline including public broadcasting, community arts centers and public or private school arts groups, bands and choruses. The Festival will be held on Labor Day weekend, Saturday, August 30th from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Sunday, August 31st from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Set-up time begins approximately at8:00AM.  Applications for booth space are due July 15. For an application click here. And the winning t-shirt design goes to …  Kyle Spears! Kyle submitted the winning t shirt design showcasing potter, Jim Kemp’s wonderful work. A great shirt for this year’s festival…..and it will be available in a lady’s cut as well! We’ll let you know when they’re printed and available for purchase.

bloomington prideShow your summer PRIDE! A new festival presented by PRIDE and The Back Door! WHERE: The Back Door, 4th Street in Bloomington between the parking garage and College Ave., and the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center WHAT: Activity booths, dancing, live music, community art projects, workshops, queer arts, food and drink, and so much more WHO: Everyone. We’ll have activities for youth, adults, and everyone in between. HOW MUCH: The street festival is entirely free for the public! Some shows at The Back Door will incur a cover fee to help us pay for the fabulous artists we’ll be bringing in from across the Midbest. More here.

PRIDE Summerfest is also seeking performers and event volunteers: Performer Application      Volunteer Application

Visit Bloomington Tourism Grants – deadline October 1 Visit Bloomington is pleased to announce the continuation of a successful grant program that will provide marketing funds to Bloomington area festivals and events. Events must be scheduled to take place between January 1 and December 31, 2015. Completed applications will be accepted beginning June 1, 2014 through October 1, 2014.  Applicants must be organizations seeking to produce and promote a well-defined tourism-oriented festival or event within Monroe County.   Grant funds may be used for marketing the event through advertising placed outside the Bloomington area, the production of promotional pieces to be distributed outside the area and event web site development. The maximum funding level for any single event is $5,000. To be considered for grant funding, events must be held within the boundaries of Monroe County, must be open to the general public and must show potential to draw visitors from outside the Monroe County area.  Grant guidelines and a sample grant application can be found here.

arts numbersRegistration Open Now for  “The Business of Art: Financial Management for Artists and Arts Organizations”  BEAD in partnership with the City of Bloomington Arts Commission will host  two workshops for arts and cultural organizations and artists presented by Elaine Luttrull, author of Arts & Numbers: A Financial Guide for Artists, Writers, Performers, and Other Members of the Creative Class.   In The Business of Art: Financial Management for Arts Organizations, Luttrull will cover best practices an arts and cultural organization may adopt to develop strong and effective governance and financial policies. Key topics to be covered include budgeting, managing cash flow, taxes, governance and internal controls. The workshop will be on Saturday, August 9th from 9 am -1:00 pm at the Bloomington/Monroe County Convention Center   In The Business of Art: Financial Literacy and Career Planning for Artists, Luttrull will lead discussions and activities to empower visual artists, musicians, literary artists, and creative entrepreneurs to follow their passions and build sustainable careers. Topics covered will include goal setting, the art of budgeting for projects both personal and professional and managing cash flow. Tax and healthcare questions common to creative entrepreneurs also will be covered. This  two-day workshop will be on Saturday and Sunday, August 16th and 17th at the Bloomington/Monroe County Convention Center, from 8:30 am-12:30 pm for visual artists and from 2 pm-6 pm for musicians, theater and literary artists.   Luttrull is the author of Arts & Numbers: A Financial Guide for Artists, Writers, Performers, and Other Members of the Creative Class. She is also a CPA and the founder of Minerva Financial Arts, a company devoted to bridging the gap between business and the arts.  For more information, please visit http://minervafinancialarts.com/about/.  Workshops are free of charge, but space is limited.  To register, click here.   Advance registration is required.  Workshops are made possible, in part, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, with additional support provided by BEAD and the City of Bloomington Arts Commission.

bppBPP Announces New Season! Five new phenomenal shows have been announced in the Bloomington Playwrights Project  Mainstage Series as well as a distinctive selection of special events. Celebrating its 35th Season, BPP is the only professional theatre in the state of Indiana focused solely on new works.    Subscribers to the BPP’s 14/15 Season will receive 5 tickets at the price of 4.  Subscriptions are $80 for General Admission and $68 for Students and Seniors.  Subscriptions may be purchased at the BCT Box Office on Kirkwood or online atbctboxoffice.com. Call 812.323.3020 or email bppwrite@newplays.org for more information. Shows include: Kalamazoo, She Kills Monsters, Make Me Bad, Ugly Lies the Bone, and The Capables. For more information as well as a list of special events, click here! 

Job and Internship Opportunities

Public Programs Manager for Monroe County History Center  The Monroe County History Center in Bloomington, Indiana, is seeking a skilled education and public programs manager to develop multigenerational educational programs that fulfill the mission of the museum.  Responsibilities include:  working with staff to develop and implement creative public programs; collaborating with teachers to establish professional development workshops and incorporate the Center’s resources into the classroom; engaging with the community to reach all sectors of Monroe County with innovative history-based programs; working with interns and volunteers; collaborating on grant writing.  Master’s degree in history, public history, museum studies, or education is desired; practical experience with public programming and working with diverse audiences is required.  Must possess excellent communication skills – both written and verbal – as well as good people skills.  Send letter of application, résumé/CV, and references to:  Monroe County History Center, Attn:  Education Manager Search, 202 E. 6th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408 or email admin@monroehistory.org by 7/31/2014.  MCHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Executive Director for Brown County Art Guild The Brown County Art Guild is seeking an Executive Director. This position is responsible for providing leadership and overall management of the Guild. The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in nonprofit fiscal management, grant proposal preparation and fund-raising, current marketing and promotional strategies, special events development, educational programming, and board optimization. For more information, as well as to apply with a resume and cover letter, please email nickel.bcartguild@gmail.com.

Windfall Dancers is Looking for Interns One intern position will focus on marketing and fund development and the other will focus on improving operations and organizational processes.  Both would have other duties as assigned. Email Kathleen Olges with questions and to apply.

Volunteer Opportunities

Arts Alliance of Greater Bloomington is Seeking Steering Committee Members! The Arts Alliance of Greater Bloomington is currently seeking new members for the Steering Committee. We are looking for dancers, musicians, writers, venue owners, and arts advocates who are able to meet at least once per month and help guide the development of new programs and initiatives. For more information, please email Ann Fields, Marketing Chair: akfields@gmail.com.

IU Art Museum Volunteers Needed Events Volunteers The IU Art Museum is currently seeking volunteers for summer events. Volunteers are needed to assist guests during several events in June and July. Additional help is also needed to distribute promotional materials during the months of May and June. For more information, please contact Ann Fields at 856-3138 or ankafiel@indiana.edu. Volunteers Needed for Face-Painting The IU Art Museum is currently looking for several volunteers who have face-painting experience for the upcoming Midsummer Night celebration on June 21 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. If you are interested, please contact ankafiel@indiana.edu.

Intern/Volunteers Needed for Arts Alliance of Greater Bloomington Website – Experienced web design intern needed for upkeep and creation of database and arts based website. Applicant must be familiar with web design, Weebly, database administration, as well as social media marketing via Facebook and Twitter. Marketing – High energy individual needed for ongoing arts-based marketing, including social media, press releases and a power point presentation. Good communication skills required to train volunteer team in marketing presentation to local businesses and organizations. Email info@bloomingtonarts.org.

Internship Opportunity for Gather: Handmade Shoppe&Co:

Gather :handmade shoppe & Co: (formerly Gathering :handmade pop-up shop: will be opening a permanent brick and mortar store inside Fountain Square Mall (suite 112) on Aug 30, 2014! Currently looking for the following internship positions: marketing, office assistant, merchandising. Email: gathershoppe@gmail with subject line INTERN.

volunteerCity of Bloomington Volunteer Network’s Community Volunteer Fair

Location: Farmers’ Market at 8th & Morton Streets Date: Saturday, August 16, 2014 Time: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Cost: FREE  REGISTER HERE They provide the table and chairs – you bring your recruitment materials and displays. Be sure to extend this invitation to your organization’s Executive Director, Board of Directors and stalwart volunteers, as the Volunteer Fair is an excellent opportunity for general outreach.

Inter-Generational Gardening at Preschool

Do you enjoy spending time with young children outdoors? The Campus Children’s Center preschool classrooms are looking for older adult volunteers to spend time gardening with the children – planting flowers, weeding, and watering. Many do not have grandparents living close by, and would benefit from having inter-generational contact. Volunteers try to visit weekly between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. Minimum age is 55. Please contact Rebecca Nunley, with the RSVP 55+ Volunteer Program, at (812) 876-3383 ext. 523 or rsvp@area10agency.org. (www.area10agency.org/rsvp)

 

Artist and Creative Spaces Available

cfc2CFC Properties

View all CFC Properties at www.cfcproperties.com

 

Upcoming Calls for Visual and Performing Artists

call  to artistsCall to Artists for Arlington Road and West 17th Street Roundabout Artwork

The Crescent Bend Neighborhood Association in partnership with the City of Bloomington is issuing a Call to Artists to submit proposals for consideration for a site-specific artwork commission for the Arlington Road and West 17th Street Roundabout in Bloomington.  The Crescent Bend Neighborhood Association was granted funds by the City of Bloomington’s Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND) to commission  artwork for the roundabout which will serve as a welcoming symbol to the neighborhood and to the thousands of citizens and visitors who will pass by it daily. A selection panel, comprised of Crescent Bend residents, project partners and public art staff will review proposals. The budget for the artwork commission is $12,000.   A full project description and artist selection criteria is available here. For more information, contact Miah Michaelsen, the Assistant Economic Development Director for the Arts, at michaelm@bloomington.in.gov or (812) 349-3534.  Deadline for submission is August 1, 2014.

gatheringCall to Artists and Makers from Gather: Handmade Shoppe and Co 

Gather :Handmade Shoppe & Co: (formerly Gathering :handmade pop-up shop: will be opening a permanent brick and mortar store inside Fountain Square Mall (suite 112) on Aug 30, 2014! Currently accepting submissions for art and craft to be included in the shop. Looking for emerging artists with an indie flair. Apply here: http://gathershoppe.com/apply/.

Also, Gather is accepting submissions for gallery exhibitions for the 2015 season. Submission page here – http://gathershoppe.com/gallery/.

Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center Call for Submissions

jwac call to artists 

Dorothy Graden,”Companions”, detail—mixed media.  Coming to the Rosemary P. Miller Gallery in October, 2014.

JUNE 1-JULY 11 Scheduling shows from January 2015 through summer 2015. Apply at: www.ivytech.slideroom.com

·       O% commission.  You keep 100% of your sales.

·       Receptions, publicity, and advertising support by Ivy Tech.

·       Rates from $65 – $175, plus tax.

·       Shows run for one month.  Application fee:  $25.

·       6 galleries:  5 traditional spaces and one video gallery.

Policies and FAQs:  http://ivytech.edu/bloomington/waldron/artists/Ivy_Tech_Gallery_Policies_2014_updated_3_25_14.pdf

To see art by 2013-14 exhibitors: http://ivytech.edu/bloomington/waldron/exhibits/2013_2014_brochure.pdf

Gallery floor plans and photographs: http://ivytech.edu/bloomington/waldron/artists/galleries.html

 

makeventionCall for Makers Makevention is a celebration of the do-it-yourself spirit with loads of local and regional makers sharing their love for making.  Makevention is all about makers including tech enthusiasts, artists, educators, crafters, hobbyists, and tinkerers all who have a love of making. . Makevention 2014 will be held August 30, 2014 at the Convention Center in Bloomington, Indiana. Organizers are currently taking exhibitor applications for this year’s event. Go to our Call for Makers page to reserve your space today.  If you are interested in exhibiting at Makevention, please put in an application. If you have any questions, contact us at contact@makevention.orgMore info on the website here! 

IU Art Museum Events

Jazz in July Events Stardusters little BIG Band – Saturday, July 6 Jazz in July kicks off with music from the Big Band Era performed by the Stardusters little BIG Band. You’ll be energized by the music of renown swing bands like Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, and the Dorseys, to name a few.  Join us for dancing, toe-tapping, head-nodding, and an Independence Day tribute!   Pharez Whitted – Friday, July 11 Chicago trumpeter and composer Pharez Whitted brings his jazz vision and unique voice on the horn back to Indiana University. Having studied under Distinguised Professor of Music David Baker, Whitted has since become a celebrated artist. It is an honor to have him share his artistry at this year’s Jazz in July.   Avenida Brazil: Music & Dance – Friday, July 18  Founded with the goal of promoting Brazilian culture through music and dance, Avenida Brazil will perform a well-assorted selection of up-tempo jazz-infused samba grooves, complete with charming and sparkling samba dancers. They’ll be sure to get the evening started Brazilian style!   Steve Houghton and the AHA! Quintet – Friday, July 25 This musical reunion features high-powered horn artistry and a propulsive rhythm section. The AHA! Quintet combines the musicianship of Steve Houghton’s old friends Bob Sheppard and Clay Jenkins with his current trio partners Steve Allee and Jeremy Allen. Energetic and fresh, this adventurous quintet delivers melodies that stylistically include swing, Brazilian, fusion, and ballads. Their musical chemistry and deep friendships come through loud and clear.   For more information, please call (812) 855-5445, or visit online at artmuseum.iu.edu. Special Exhibition: Matisse’s Jazz and Other Works from Indiana University Collections  SPECIAL JAZZ IN JULY EVENING VIEWINGS Sunday, July 6, and Fridays, July 11, 18, and 25 from 5:30–8:30 p.m. Special Exhibitions Gallery, first floor IU Art Museum’s rare complete suite of twenty color stencil prints from Jazz—Matisse’s last and greatest book project—and more than thirty other works by this modern master from the holdings of the Art Museum and Lilly Library are included.   New in the Galleries: A Feast for the Eyes: Weston’s Produce Pictures July 1–December 21, 2014 Gallery of the Art of the Western World, Doris Steinmetz Kellett Endowed Gallery of Twentieth-Century Art, first floor California-based modernist photographer Edward Weston shocked the art world in the 1920s with his close-ups of fruits and vegetables. With his crisp formalism and rich tonal printing, the simplest everyday objects became surprisingly sensual and evocative.

yogaYoga in the Atrium Saturdays 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. through October 25. Beginner classes are offered on the first and third Saturdays of each month. More advanced classes are held on the second and fourth Saturdays. Participants are encouraged to bring their own mat and water bottle, dress comfortably, and arrive early to grab a spot in the first come, first served classes. Due to the popularity of the program and in order to maintain a peaceful environment, indoor classes will be capped at twenty-three participants. No registration is required. For more IU Art Museum events click here.

 

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