Posts Tagged ‘music’
Ababy grand piano in the Art Gallery Lounge of the Hulman Memorial Student Union allows students to express their joys and sadness.
A recent graduate’s class at La Porte High School is impacting its school through kindness. Another education alumnus is impacting future teachers through an educational bestseller.
With this issue of Indiana State University Magazine focusing on the fine arts, nine campus and community members took the opportunity to write their thoughts about the arts. We discover how the arts can save a life, the collaborative nature of art and what is art.
Solly Burton has grabbed attention for winning the National Mandolin Championship twice. It all comes down to his distinctive sound.
Six members of the Indiana State family work on computers, oversee enrollment, teach chemistry or educational leadership for their paychecks. But they live in the arts.
ISU graduates, current students and other Terre Haute residents came together to write songs and became a band that has performed at the South By Southwest festival in Austin, Texas.
Because of their life-long love of music, David and Jerry, ’46, Mitchell have supported Indiana State’s School of Music to provide opportunities for students.
A National Science Foundation grant to fund future research, a fellowship in recognition of a career full of research and hall of fame honors for a retired music professor top the list of recent or pending honors for ISU faculty.
The Music Industry Association and Spotlight Entertainment, teamed up to create Sycamix 2, a 15-track CD which encompasses a variety of musical genres including country, electronic, pop, vox, rap, acoustic and metal.
An arts competition for Earth Day allowed students to promote sustainability and green living in unique ways.