What a Week!

Icons of French Nineteenth-Century Lithography

Eskenazi Museum of Art

The Eskenazi Museum of Art’s collection of 22,000 works on paper includes a group of exceptional lithographs that were made in France during the nineteenth century, a golden age for the medium.

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Quarantine(d) Conversations

IU Arts & Humanities Council

In this week's episode, faculty members Emily Beckman, Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, and Anne Beeson Royalty discuss "Humanism, Public Policy, and Medical Practice."

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Thursdays@Home

IU Arts & Humanities Council

Featuring performances by saxophonist Solomon Keim, bassist Hannah Marks, and theatrical performers Nina Donville and Luke Major.

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COVID-19 and the Economy

College of Arts and Sciences

The next installatoin of the "Food For Thought" series features a presentation and Q&A with economics professor Todd Walker and Federal Reserve Board economist Margaret Jacobson, discussing some of the economic ramifications of COVID-19.

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