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Arts & Humanities

  • Stopping stereotypes

    IUPUI's Native American studies program will host an event focused on how to define and discuss cultural generalities.

  • Latino Heritage Month

    Enjoy food, music and more as the festivities begin Sept. 15.

  • Uncommon subjects

    What do the Simpsons, wine and beer of the world and the Beatles have in common?

  • Top museums

    IUPUI professor Elizabeth "Elee" Wood visited 54 museums in one year and created a list of her 10 favorites.

  • Paris in Indy

    A summer history class takes students out of the classroom and into the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

  • Art exhibitions

    The Herron School and the Indiana State Museum have teamed up to highlight the Indy art scene of the early 1980s and 1990s.

  • Look/See 2014

    The Herron School of Art and Design will showcase student artwork at the annual exhibition and awards ceremony.

  • Visiting filmmaker

    Branwen Okpako will be at IUPUI on April 23 to discuss and screen her award-winning film "The Education of Auma Obama."

  • Lights, camera, action

    IUPUI's Italian language program is hosting the Italian Film Festival, which features nine films, through May 10.

  • Poetry reading

    Inaugural poet Richard Blanco will present a selection of his creative writings April 10 at the Herron School of Art and Design.

  • Comedy thriller

    Don't miss Hoosier Bard Productions' upcoming performance of Shakespeare's "Arden of Fevershame."

  • Preserving the past

    The public can find expert advice on caring for treasured heirlooms at the Collections Care Fair.

  • Integral role

    Gene Tempel, founding dean of the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, will transition to a faculty position at the end of 2014.

  • 'Safe haven'

    An interior design student's sustainable housing design will be built in Swaziland to protect an increasing number of child-led families.

  • 'Unapologetic'

    Paul Mullins says Barbie's appearance in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue signifies a shift in the doll's sexual symbolism.

  • Hope Seekers

    Herron is hosting a photo exhibit exploring the lives of child-led households created by the AIDS pandemic in South Africa.

  • Liberal Arts Sabbatical Series

    Professors from the IU School of Liberal Arts will discuss their sabbatical projects during the annual series.

  • Healing music

    A new study by IUPUI researchers found music therapy has a positive effect on young cancer patients' coping skills.

  • Grant opportunities

    The IU Women's Philanthropy Council is accepting applications for its third annual grant cycle.

  • Art therapy

    Mental health advocate Cindy Simon Skjodt has made a $2 million gift to the Herron School of Art and Design's Art Therapy Program.