We will host an event to coincide with the IU Theatre’s production of Hedda Gabler. We’ll meet at the College Arts and Humanities Institute on Atwater at 5.30 to discuss some brief, pre-circulated texts about Ibsen in London over sandwiches. Those who are interested can attend the 7.30 showing of the play at the IU Theatre.
As part of the Burke lecture series, the Art History Department is bringing Caroline Arscott, Professor of Nineteenth-Century British Art at London’s Cortauld Institute, to speak at IU. Professor Arscott’s lecture is scheduled for Thursday, October 22 at 3.30 in Room 2075 of Hodge Hall, part of the Kelley School of Business.
For everyone needful of December cheer, we'll hold our Holiday Party on Sunday, December 13, from 5 pm to 8 pm. Mark your calendars and stay tuned for details!