An adaptation of the play by visiting director Madeline Sayet will be performed on Nov. 5-7 in the Schrott Center for the Arts, and also live-streamed on the Butler Arts & Events Center website.
With Halloween coming up soon and COVID-19 still in full swing, here are five Halloween costumes that are both easy to put together and safe in the pandemic.
Madeline Sayet, a member of the Mohegan nation and international theatre artist, has received extensive praise for her unique acting and directing. Now, she’s bringing her talent to Butler Theatre.
ArtMix has a variety of classes and programs for people with disabilities, including outreach to local schools, community art classes, pediatric healing in hospitals and artist inclusion through their gallery.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so here is a compiled list of on and off-campus resources to help domestic violence survivors, as well as those seeking to help someone they know with domestic violence.
While in quarantine, artists from all over the world have been forced to take on a variety of challenges in order to continue to create art. This is especially true for the artists of the Indianapolis community, and the Indianapolis Art Center has taken notice with the opening of their latest exhibition: “Homebound: Indy Creates.”
Counseling and Consultation Services expert recommends consistency, sleep, exercise, and self-care to deal with both Seasonal Affective Disorder and the winter blues.
The all-black outfits that musicians are required to wear for concerts may seem restrictive, but cellist Katie Stitsworth and vocalist Antony Winfrey prove it is possible for one’s unique twist on fashion to still shine through.
Butler students and faculty share the importance of having LGBTQIA+ Alliance on Butler’s campus.
The showcase, a collection of performances organized and performed entirely by students in the Butler Dance Department, will be livestreamed on the Butler Arts & Events Center website.