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There's a host of interesting arts events going on, from protests to freak shows to pandemics that stretch the weekend event opportunities into next week.
New music by Butler's Jordan College of Fine Arts faculty composers resulted in a riveting evening of music.
Bioacoustician Katy Payne shares her insights on communication, habitat conservation, and the power of paying attention.
Butler University's Fall Visiting Writers Series will bring many a lauded author and poet to the Indianapolis campus this year.
Butler University has begun a partnership with Zipcar, Inc. to offer a car sharing program on campus.
Butler's can't-miss modern interpretation of a centuries-old Sanskrit play is the fruit of two months of work by students with visiting theater artist Kunju Vasudevan.
Hoosiers without direct connection to armed services personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan risk disconnection with the casualty cost of the wars. This exhibit helps.
On Aug. 4, Butler prof Kate Boyd will close out a sabbatical by playing John Cage's 'Sonatas and Interludes' on a painstakingly prepared piano.
Debussy was right in predicting that his influence would skip a generation, says James Briscoe, director of a showcase of the composer's work starting Sept. 29.
Jennifer Egan, who will speak March 20 at Butler, tells us about her enthusiastic adoption of new technologies as a writer - and her distaste for them as a mother and consumer.
Dean Ronald Caltabiano hopes the Schrott Center for the Arts (and Butler in general) will become a nexus for the arts in Indy. He gives us a preview of ArtsFest, starting Thu.
Jeff Pennycuff tells why he takes part in 24 Hours of Booty, a fundraiser for LIVESTRONG that challenges cyclists to ride into the wee hours of the morning.
One of South Africa's leading anti-apartheid activists, theologian Allan Boesak, accepted a four-year appointment with CTS and Butler to hold the Desmond Tutu Chair of Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies.
The Army Corps of Engineers' public comment period for its Indianapolis North Flood Damage Reduction Project Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement will close July 8.
When Mark Zunk received a notice about proposed changes to the
Sunset Avenue Streetscape, it didn't mention banning street parking or felling some the neighborhood's mature trees.
Jenna Epkey, upcoming singer-songwriter, is the newest addition to student-run label IndyBlue at Butler University. The label just helped her release her new album, Hologram.
It's cycling season and while some people may brave the car-laden roads, Indianapolis has plenty of biking trails for the less adventurous riders. In the third installment of a series, we've compiled a few stops for food and drink along one of the city's less-traveled trails, The Central Canal Towpath.