if (!window.AdButler){(function(){var s = document.createElement(“script”); s.async = true; s.type = “text/javascript”;s.src = ‘http://ab169825.adbutler-ikon.com/app.js’;var n = document.getElementsByTagName(“script”)[0]; n.parentNode.insertBefore(s, n);}());}

var AdButler = AdButler || {}; AdButler.ads = AdButler.ads || [];
var abkw = window.abkw || ”;
var plc278489 = window.plc278489 || 0;
AdButler.ads.push({handler: function(opt){ AdButler.register(169825, 278489, [650,211], ‘placement_278489_’+opt.place, opt); }, opt: { place: plc278489++, keywords: abkw, domain: ‘ab169825.adbutler-ikon.com’, click:’CLICK_MACRO_PLACEHOLDER’ }});

24 Sunday / July 24, 2016

New in the Galleries at the Eskenazi Museum of Art

Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University

Gallery Hours
Tues-Sat 10:00-5:00 p.m.
Sun 12:00-5:00 p.m.
(Closed Mondays and major holidays)

After Yale: Pupils of Josef Albers
A renowned instructor at the German Bauhaus, Josef Albers (1888‒1976) immigrated to the United States in 1933 and was chair of the Department of Design at Yale University during the 1950s. This installation reveals the breadth of his teachings, which emphasized experience and material studies over theory. It features paintings by Albers and his students William Bailey, Ronald Markman, and Richard Anuszkiewicz. Andrew Wang, graduate assistant for European and American art at the IU Art Museum, is the guest curator.

Allegories of Artistic Genius
The seventeenth century saw the rise of a new theme: the genius of the artist. This installation features two works by the Italian printmakers Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione and Salvator Rosa that heralded their creators’ accomplishments, not through straight portraiture, but through classical allusions.

Camille Pissarro: Father of Impressionism
Nicknamed “Father Pissarro” by Gauguin, Camille Pissarro was an inspiration and mentor to a generation of Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist artists. He was also the movement’s most prolific printmaker. This installation of four works illustrates how Pissarro successfully captured atmosphere, movement, and the fleeting quality of light with a monochromatic palette.

Famous Faces: Portraits by Warhol
Although we tend to think of Andy Warhol as the cultural arbiter of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s, he drew inspiration from popular imagery of the past as well as from his own time. This installation features several of the artist’s large silkscreen portraits of famous people.

Käthe Kollwitz: An Advocate for Women and Children
German Expressionist artist Käthe Kollwitz often depicted the physical and emotional tolls of war and poverty. This installation features two of her self-portraits, an image of death pulling a child from its mother’s arms, and a rare proof for a 1923 poster dealing with women’s reproductive rights.

Men in Turbans: Head Studies by Castiglione
Although the Italian artist Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione had seen traders from Africa and the eastern Mediterranean around the port of Genoa, his studies of men in “Oriental” headdresses was likely based in the northern tradition of “character heads” and a Baroque fascination with exotic types. This installation features eight small head studies and one large head study from Castiglione’s popular series.

Modern Sculptors in Indiana
Several modern sculptors of national and international prominence were born in Indiana, worked in the state, or came here to study. This installation features the work of artists Robert Laurent, David Smith, George Rickey, David Hayes, Alexander Calder, Isamu Noguchi, and (from October onwards) William Wiley, all of whom have Indiana connections. This installation is presented in conjunction with the Indiana State Bicentennial and has been endorsed as an official Bicentennial Legacy Project.

On the Move: The Advent of Modern Transportation in Photography
Advancements in transportation at the start of the twentieth century were recorded by the relatively new medium of photography. This installation features photographs of early experiments in air travel by a young Jacques-Henri Lartigue and C. Malcuit, as well as images of the explosion of the Hindenburg by Charles Hoff and the abstract beauty of a spoked automobile wheel by Paul Strand.

Pietà: A Mother’s Love
In celebration of Mother’s Day, this installation features three prints–by Dutch artist Hendrick Goltzius, Italian Annibale Carracci, and Frenchman Jacques Bellange–representing the ultimate expression of a mother’s love and sacrifice through the theme of the Pietà. A variation on the Lamentation from the Passion of Christ, the Pietà depicts an intimate, poignant moment as the Virgin Mary cradles the body of her dead son Jesus.

Rembrandt’s Ecce Homo Prints
One of the pivotal moments in the Easter story comes with the presentation of Jesus Christ to Pontius Pilate and the people, also known as Ecce homo (“Behold the man”). This installation features two large prints of this subject by Rembrandt. Completed twenty years apart, they reflect a change in the artist’s style, as well as a different interpretation of the New Testament episode.

Remembrance: Cemeteries in Modern Photography
The funerary practices of America, particularly in the South, are explored in this installation of five photographs of cemeteries, from New Orleans to El Paso, by artists as varied as Walker Evans, Edward Weston, John Gutmann, and Clarence John Laughlin.


24 Sunday / July 24, 2016

Who’s Running the Show?: A Workshop for Those Feeling Used, Abused, & Confused

01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Monroe County Library (Main Branch)

A Self Improvement Workshop put on by Renaissance Life & Wellness

Are you:

Feeling Stuck, Lost, or Confused?
Emotionally Drained?
Having Relationship or Family Challenges?
Living with Stress or Anxiety?
Having Career or Work challenges?
Experiencing a Life Transition?
Seeking a Deeper Understanding of Yourself?

Where: Monroe County Library (Main Branch)
When: Saturday, July 23rd from 1-4 pm or Sunday, July 24th from 1-4 pm

Space is limited. Spots are first come, first serve. Call Today.

Renaissance Life & Wellness
[email protected]

Education / Health

24 Sunday / July 24, 2016

Taking a Chance on Love: Moonlight and Romance in Broadway and Opera

02:00 pm to 03:30 pm
Fairview United Methodist Church, 600 W. 6th Street, Bloomington, IN 47404; (812) 339-9484

Take the romantic plunge with Carlson-Palmer Productions and our sixth annual free summer concert! Join us on Sunday, July 24 for “Taking a Chance on Love: Moonlight and Romance in Broadway and Opera.” Soprano Anna Singer, tenor Robert Chafin, baritone Richard Lewis, and pianist Benjamin Watkins whip up a frothy concoction of scenes by Irving Berlin, Gilbert & Sullivan, Franz Lehar, Puccini and Verdi – all about the passionate and breathtaking tightrope walk of love and romance.

Remember that thrill, that electric charge, when you take a chance and declare your love? You stand on an emotional precipice, your words hanging in the air…at that moment when everything can go wonderfully right or horribly wrong. Our summer fare follows characters who take the risk – and either soar to heights of ecstasy or plunge to emotional despair – in classic tunes from Easter Parade and Annie Get Your Gun, plus operatic scenes from La Boheme, Il Trovatore, and others. The moonlit results can be happy, sad – sometimes even downright dangerous.

Continuing our tradition from recent seasons, at this free concert we will accept donations to benefit Fairview Elementary School’s literacy and Artful Learning programs. So join us for music, romance, or community engagement – but join us!

This program is supported in part by Solution Tree and the City of Bloomington Arts Commission’s Arts Project Grant Program.

Sunday, July 24 at 2:00 p.m. Fairview United Methodist Church, 600 W. Sixth Street in Bloomington’s Near West Side. Free admission.

Benefits / Comedy / Education / Entertainment / LGBT / Live Music / Theater

24 Sunday / July 24, 2016

Caught on Cline

07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
The Player's Pub

Caught on Cline has a vision to create positive music and a culture that broadens our perspective of social barriers and stereotypes through a cornucopia of musical notions. From the jazz motifs on the trumpet to Mediterranean and Middle Eastern runs on the bouzouki, Caught on Cline encompasses the diversity musically that creates their ethos. Coming into fruition in the summer of 2014, it has conjoined musicians from Funk, Soul, Jazz, R&B, and World Music, to organically engineer articulate, dynamic and harmonious melodies that ring in the memory of the listener, be it an adolescent set of ears or a mature trained professional. Caught on Cline’s self titled debut album, is a collaborative effort from founding members Nicholas Kazonis, Alex Akers, Ray Vick, and Nikolce Janakievski with the help of good friend Keith O’Brien to expose the sincerity of the human sentiment. The members pull experiences from their everyday lives of teaching, traveling, and humanitarian service, to closer connect to the lives of their listeners with the passion and love they can relate to.

Sunday, July 24 , 7:00 PM

Live Music

24 Sunday / July 24, 2016

PigPen Theatre Company

08:00 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater

The Buskirk-Chumley Theater is proud to present The PigPen Theatre Co. for a concert on Sunday, July 24, 2016. Tickets are $17 for this reserved seating show and can be purchased at buskirkchumley.org, at 812-323-3020, or at the BCT Box Office and Downtown Visitors Center at 114 E. Kirkwood Ave.

PigPen Theatre Co. began creating their unique brand of theatre, music, and film as freshmen at the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in 2007. They have since produced their original plays in New York City and toured the country – earning them critic’s picks from The New York Times, Time Out New York, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Boston Globe, and many more, ranking them in the top ten theatrical events of 2011, 2012, and 2013.

Live Music

Submit Your Event

Pin It on Pinterest