Rare Exhibition of 20th-Century Artist Diebenkorn Comes to Ball State

[dropcap]O[/dropcap]n the gallery walls of the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA), visitors will literally see how an acclaimed American artist evolved in his early years. DOMA is the sole Midwestern venue for “Richard Diebenkorn: Beginnings, 1942–1955,” a traveling exhibition that includes many paintings and drawings that have never before been publicly displayed. It will be […]

Alum Braydee Euliss Helps Invite Muncie Into the Arts

As the new executive director of Muncie Arts & Culture Council, Braydee Euliss, ’11, said she strives to enhance the role of the arts “as a community builder, as an economic driver, as a kind of glue that helps hold smaller communities like ours together.”

Libraries’ Digital Archives Surpasses 1 Million Items

Libraries’ digital archives collection reaches milestone by posting one millionth piece and creates a connection to the area’s rich history.

Ball State’s ‘Shrek the Musical’ Is a Sutton Foster Homecoming in More Ways Than One

The Tony Award-winning actress and longtime university friend made a Broadway splash in the musical and is co-directing the production opening March 31.

Lecturer’s Book Gives Native American Tribes’ Untold Stories Their Due

Telecommunications lecturer Chris Flook mines scholarly research at Ball State and elsewhere to produce “Native Americans of East-Central Indiana.”

Hundreds of Students to Perform in School of Music’s Debut at Carmel’s Palladium

The Feb. 26 performance at the 1,600-seat concert hall will feature the school’s orchestra and wind ensemble and more than 200 choir singers.

From the School of Music, Tales of Real-World Industry Survival

Lectures by alumnus and Walk the Moon bass player Kevin Ray and a tour of a top music instrument dealer anchored a new class, Surviving the Music Industry.