Mary Jane Teeters-Eichacker, Curator of Social History at the Indiana State Museum, will be presenting a visual feast of quilt images as she tells the story of quilting's history in Indiana from the 1820s to the early 21st century, primarily using examples from the collection of the Indiana Sate
Our annual seed sale occurs the first Saturday of March. Wylie House heiloom seeds are grown on-site without the aid of any chemicals, have been germination tested, and cost $2.00 per packet.
This international symposium will explore the work of Bill Siegmann (1943-2011), a leading scholar on the arts of Liberia and Sierra Leone, who wrote extensively on those regions and on issues in museums and museum interpretation. The symposium is free and open to the public, but pre-registration
Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon: Bloomington Satellite Event
Saturday, March 7, 1-5pm
Wells Library, Scholars Commons, 157H (IQ Wall)
Scientists working on climate change and other environmental issues often speak of the risk of “crying wolf,” concerned about losing credibility if the threats they are documenting do not turn out to be as serious as current research suggests.