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New exhibit at Newfields explores American travel through works of Edward Hopper

New exhibit at Newfields explores American travel through works of Edward Hopper

Despite pandemic-related challenges, the “Edward Hopper and the American Hotel” special exhibit at Newfields takes a look at the state of American travel culture in the mid-1900s through art from Edward Hopper, along with those who inspired him and whom he inspired.

Henri Matisse

WRITTEN BY HANNAH HARTZELL, STAFF REPORTER French artist Henri Matisse (1869-1954) was well known for his artistically bold uses of color and pattern. But there is also great depth and detail to Matisse’s work, which visitors to the Indianapolis Museum of Art can now see for themselves in “Matisse, Life in Color: Masterworks from The

In the dark, JACK Quartet comes out to play

The lights will dim and the room will go black—pitch black. Audience members will squirm in their seats, surrounded by darkness they won’t be able to escape. Then the music will begin. The Ensemble Music Society is bringing in the JACK Quartet, one of the nation’s top contemporary string quartets. The JACK Quartet will perform

Balinese dance featured in performance

The sharp twang of traditional gamelan instruments mixed with colorful, gold-leafed costumes and precise hand movements are bringing Balinese culture to the Indianapolis community this semester. Butler University theatre students dove headfirst into the artistic practices of Bali—an island province of Indonesia—during the past two weeks in preparation for this weekend’s Balinese Spectacular performance at

Welcome To the Party: The Colts aren’t playing, but that’s no reason not to enjoy the Super Bowl

Indianapolis is about to become the United States’ biggest all-ages playground. This week and next, expect the city to explode with parties, zip-lining, celebrities, concerts and sheer excitement. As usual, Butler University students are right in the midst of it all, volunteering for events like the NFL Players’ Party or working at the NFL Experience.

Family Matters (So show them a good time on Parents Weekend)

It’s time for parents’ weekend at Butler University, and the Butler Collegian wants to make their visit as enjoyable and action-packed as possible. While campus is offering a football game and some activities for little brothers & sisters, we wanted to include our favorite Indy locations for freshman parents new to the city or the

Pop culture icon’s work displayed in new IMA exhibit

Andy Warhol was a Renaissance man. While most know Warhol for his 1960s work, most notably his mass-produced silk screens of celebrities including Dennis Hopper and Marilyn Monroe, Warhol was also a director, band manager, business artist and media mogul. Work from each phase of Warhol’s life is now being displayed at the Indianapolis Museum