Some Disturbingly Funny Films

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]es Gehring has a fondness for dark comedies, a genre that has viewers riveted in horror and breaking out in laughter in the same scene. “The basic premise of a dark comedy is that life is absurd, and it’s the only genre that doesn’t necessarily want to please the public,” says Gehring, a film professor […]

40,000 Drawings Later, Animator Has a Film

Assistant art professor John Ludwick spent thousands of his hours outside of class creating his 20-minute animated film, “Claire & the Keys.”

Digital Artists Re-create Buffalo Bill’s Wild West

Artists and designers from the Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts craft a computer-generated world that authentically simulates the outdoor exhibition.

Tech-Savvy Prof Moves Poetry ‘off the Page,’ Into Students’ Lives

Liz Whiteacre, a winner of Ball State’s 2015 Excellence in Teaching Award, uses multimedia and Skype to introduce students to poetry.

Dave Letterman Comes to Ball State

The celebrated alumnus announced a gift, The David Letterman Experience, which will contain memorabilia from the late-night TV host’s career.

‘Mad World’ Musical Wins 7 National Awards

Winner of Ball State’s inaugural Discovery New Musical Theatre Festival is honored in national Kennedy Center competition.