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25 Wednesday / January 25, 2017

Noon Talk: Art for Change: Vik Muniz as Activist

12:15 pm to 01:00 pm
IU Eskenazi Museum of Art

Yara Clüver, visual artist and associate director of the Collins Living-Learning Center, will discuss Vik Muniz’s growing awareness of art as a social force and his personal transformation through collaboration with his subjects.

Special Exhibitions Gallery, first floor

Exhibits / Spoken Word

25 Wednesday / January 25, 2017

Stardusters “little BIG Band” Live

06:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Players Pub 424 S. Walnut, Bloomington, IN

Join the Stardusters’ “little BIG Band”. Featuring the sounds of the big bands of the past and present. The Stardusters will be swinging. Whether you want to dance, listen or do both you will find the music some of the best big band sounds around. The “Pub” features fantastic food and drink.
Stardusters’ big band will be swinging
With vocalist Rachael Caswell and Robert Stright


25 Wednesday / January 25, 2017

Roxane Gay

07:00 pm
President's Hall (Franklin Hall)

The College Arts and Humanities Institute and the Susan Gubar Chair Fund present Roxane Gay, who will give a public presentation at President’s Hall (inside Franklin Hall) on January 25 at 7pm.
In this trying time for race relations in the US, Roxane Gay has been one of our indispensable observers, and a passionate advocate for a more just and less deluded world. Author of Bad Feminist (Harper, 2014), An Untamed State (Grove Atlantic, 2014), and most recently Hunger (forthcoming from Harper, 2016), Gay has developed one of the most distinctively bold voices in the country, whether it’s on the Op-Ed page of The New York Times, or in the many other venues her work has appeared.


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