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Past, Present, and Future: A Timeline of Asian American Studies at Indiana University

Asian American Studies

Asian American Studies Program's Bicentennial Project is a digital timeline spanning 1965-2020. This timeline documents national, regional, and Indiana University events that led to the creation of Indiana University Bloomington’s (IUB) Asian American Studies (AAST) program and its activities through 2020, Indiana University’s Bicentennial Year.

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IU Arts & Humanities Council

Featuring performances and presentations by ceramics artist Malcolm Smith, poet Maria Hamilton Abegunde, board game enthusiast Marco Arnaudo, and literary translator Bill Johnston.

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Nevertheless, Live: Writing Our Living Through Poems and Stories

Center for Rural Engagement

Over the course of this six-week virtual writing workshop, tell your own unique stories and ask the question: how does one live? Write together to tell your lives and imagine your future lives in a fun, stress-free, and engaging atmosphere.

Weave Your Story

Fallout: Art in this Time

Grunwald Gallery of Art

A cumulative online exhibition featuring the work and practices of emerging and established artists working in a range of disciplines.

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Theater Thursday

Theater, Drama and Contemporary Dance

Join IU Theatre & Dance for their next episode of IU Theatre Thursdays on July 9. This Summer Digital Initiative produced and directed by Musical Theatre Area Head Richard Roland.

Delve into the Experience

Jazz in July Virtual Concert Series

WFIU Public Radio

Jamaal Baptiste and Descarga Five's performance at Jazz in July in 2019 will be streamed on Facebook Live.

Embrace the Melodies