Individualized Major Program

Indianapolis a host for Italian Film Festival USA in April and May

For the third year, Indianapolis will participate with ten other U.S. cities in the Italian Film Festival USA to showcase Italian culture through films. The Italian Film Festival USA brings to Indianapolis the best lineup of recent Italian cinema from award-winning directors, highlighting debut films from exciting new talent. All films are free and open to the general public. Films will be in Italian with English subtitles. The Festival will open on Saturday, April 12th and run through Saturday, May 10th. There will be two venues: the Lilly Auditorium in the University Library and the Campus Center Theatre, both on the IUPUI Downtown Indianapolis campus. Lilly Auditorium is located at 755 West Michigan Street. The Campus Center Theatre is located at 420 University Boulevard. Information on films' screening dates and times will be available at: www.italianfilmfests.org effective March 10, 2014. Italian Film Festival USA headquarters are located in St. Louis, MO where it was founded in 2004 "with the objective to provide the public the opportunity to see films that have not yet or may never be seen locally, always with the scope to elevate the awareness of and educate the public about Italyandmdash;its land, people, culture, and language." Professor of Italian at IUPUI, Cristiana Theilmann, heads the Italian Film Festival, USA, Indianapolis. Other members of the Indianapolis committee are Miria Allman, Nancy Bettis Beasley, Michael Laudick, Susan Lew, Allan Misch, Jane Orr Querin, Paola Santini, Ghega Scolari, Helen Small, Nico Sneider, Alessandro Thielmann, Annalisa Thielmann, Valerie Trimble and Isabella Velona.

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7th Annual African Night "Changing the Story"

Please click the link below to see the flyer. http://liberalarts.iupui.edu/africana/uploads/images/africannight5th.jpg

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Split but Not Separated: Recapturing the Legacy of the Near Southside

Split but Not Separated: Recapturing the Legacy of the Near Southside, a new exhibit designed by students in the Museum Studies class, Museum Methods, will open on Sunday, April 27,  at the Concord Neighborhood Center, 1301 South Meridian.  This pop-up exhibit originates in a class taught by Professor Modupe Labode (History and Museum Studies), and was inspired by an earlier student research project.  In 2010, Anthropology students from IUPUI began collecting oral histories, photographs, and other memorabilia from African American and Jewish elders who had grown up together on the Near Southside. This research is captured in the oral history book  The Neighborhood of Saturdays, by Professor Sue Hyatt, which was published in 2013 by Dog Ear Press.  The exhibit presents another view of the history of the community and moves the story into the future by involving the views of children who are currently participating in programs at the Concord Neighborhood Center.  The exhibit is open from 2-4 p.m., and the program begins at 2:30 p.m.

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Indianapolis a host for Italian Film Festival USA in April and May

For the third year, Indianapolis will participate with ten other U.S. cities in the Italian Film Festival USA to showcase Italian culture through films. The Italian Film Festival USA brings to Indianapolis the best lineup of recent Italian cinema from award-winning directors, highlighting debut films from exciting new talent. All films are free and open to the general public. Films will be in Italian with English subtitles. The Festival will open on Saturday, April 12th and run through Saturday, May 10th. There will be two venues: the Lilly Auditorium in the University Library and the Campus Center Theatre, both on the IUPUI Downtown Indianapolis campus. Lilly Auditorium is located at 755 West Michigan Street. The Campus Center Theatre is located at 420 University Boulevard. Information on films' screening dates and times will be available at: www.italianfilmfests.org effective March 10, 2014. Italian Film Festival USA headquarters are located in St. Louis, MO where it was founded in 2004 "with the objective to provide the public the opportunity to see films that have not yet or may never be seen locally, always with the scope to elevate the awareness of and educate the public about Italyandmdash;its land, people, culture, and language." Professor of Italian at IUPUI, Cristiana Theilmann, heads the Italian Film Festival, USA, Indianapolis. Other members of the Indianapolis committee are Miria Allman, Nancy Bettis Beasley, Michael Laudick, Susan Lew, Allan Misch, Jane Orr Querin, Paola Santini, Ghega Scolari, Helen Small, Nico Sneider, Alessandro Thielmann, Annalisa Thielmann, Valerie Trimble and Isabella Velona.

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A Celebration of Scholarship: The Liberal Arts Honors Convocation

A Celebration of Scholarship: The Liberal Arts Honors Convocation Details to follow.

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Indianapolis a host for Italian Film Festival USA in April and May

For the third year, Indianapolis will participate with ten other U.S. cities in the Italian Film Festival USA to showcase Italian culture through films. The Italian Film Festival USA brings to Indianapolis the best lineup of recent Italian cinema from award-winning directors, highlighting debut films from exciting new talent. All films are free and open to the general public. Films will be in Italian with English subtitles. The Festival will open on Saturday, April 12th and run through Saturday, May 10th. There will be two venues: the Lilly Auditorium in the University Library and the Campus Center Theatre, both on the IUPUI Downtown Indianapolis campus. Lilly Auditorium is located at 755 West Michigan Street. The Campus Center Theatre is located at 420 University Boulevard. Information on films' screening dates and times will be available at: www.italianfilmfests.org effective March 10, 2014. Italian Film Festival USA headquarters are located in St. Louis, MO where it was founded in 2004 "with the objective to provide the public the opportunity to see films that have not yet or may never be seen locally, always with the scope to elevate the awareness of and educate the public about Italyandmdash;its land, people, culture, and language." Professor of Italian at IUPUI, Cristiana Theilmann, heads the Italian Film Festival, USA, Indianapolis. Other members of the Indianapolis committee are Miria Allman, Nancy Bettis Beasley, Michael Laudick, Susan Lew, Allan Misch, Jane Orr Querin, Paola Santini, Ghega Scolari, Helen Small, Nico Sneider, Alessandro Thielmann, Annalisa Thielmann, Valerie Trimble and Isabella Velona.

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8th Annual Museum Studies Portfolio Night

IUPUI Museum Studies students will share highlights from their Master's degree E-portfolios. Please come support the newest members of the museum field. A central feature of our Master’s program is that learning is integrally connected with doing. Students work in collaborative projects with community partners throughout their coursework and internships. At the end of their program MA students develop an electronic portfolio compiling highlights of their work and presenting it in a way that helps communicate who they are as emerging museum professionals, what they can and want to do in the field, and why they are committing themselves to the work that museums do in their communities.

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Indianapolis a host for Italian Film Festival USA in April and May

For the third year, Indianapolis will participate with ten other U.S. cities in the Italian Film Festival USA to showcase Italian culture through films. The Italian Film Festival USA brings to Indianapolis the best lineup of recent Italian cinema from award-winning directors, highlighting debut films from exciting new talent. All films are free and open to the general public. Films will be in Italian with English subtitles. The Festival will open on Saturday, April 12th and run through Saturday, May 10th. There will be two venues: the Lilly Auditorium in the University Library and the Campus Center Theatre, both on the IUPUI Downtown Indianapolis campus. Lilly Auditorium is located at 755 West Michigan Street. The Campus Center Theatre is located at 420 University Boulevard. Information on films' screening dates and times will be available at: www.italianfilmfests.org effective March 10, 2014. Italian Film Festival USA headquarters are located in St. Louis, MO where it was founded in 2004 "with the objective to provide the public the opportunity to see films that have not yet or may never be seen locally, always with the scope to elevate the awareness of and educate the public about Italyandmdash;its land, people, culture, and language." Professor of Italian at IUPUI, Cristiana Theilmann, heads the Italian Film Festival, USA, Indianapolis. Other members of the Indianapolis committee are Miria Allman, Nancy Bettis Beasley, Michael Laudick, Susan Lew, Allan Misch, Jane Orr Querin, Paola Santini, Ghega Scolari, Helen Small, Nico Sneider, Alessandro Thielmann, Annalisa Thielmann, Valerie Trimble and Isabella Velona.

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Indianapolis a host for Italian Film Festival USA in April and May

For the third year, Indianapolis will participate with ten other U.S. cities in the Italian Film Festival USA to showcase Italian culture through films. The Italian Film Festival USA brings to Indianapolis the best lineup of recent Italian cinema from award-winning directors, highlighting debut films from exciting new talent. All films are free and open to the general public. Films will be in Italian with English subtitles. The Festival will open on Saturday, April 12th and run through Saturday, May 10th. There will be two venues: the Lilly Auditorium in the University Library and the Campus Center Theatre, both on the IUPUI Downtown Indianapolis campus. Lilly Auditorium is located at 755 West Michigan Street. The Campus Center Theatre is located at 420 University Boulevard. Information on films' screening dates and times will be available at: www.italianfilmfests.org effective March 10, 2014. Italian Film Festival USA headquarters are located in St. Louis, MO where it was founded in 2004 "with the objective to provide the public the opportunity to see films that have not yet or may never be seen locally, always with the scope to elevate the awareness of and educate the public about Italyandmdash;its land, people, culture, and language." Professor of Italian at IUPUI, Cristiana Theilmann, heads the Italian Film Festival, USA, Indianapolis. Other members of the Indianapolis committee are Miria Allman, Nancy Bettis Beasley, Michael Laudick, Susan Lew, Allan Misch, Jane Orr Querin, Paola Santini, Ghega Scolari, Helen Small, Nico Sneider, Alessandro Thielmann, Annalisa Thielmann, Valerie Trimble and Isabella Velona.

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Indianapolis a host for Italian Film Festival USA in April and May

For the third year, Indianapolis will participate with ten other U.S. cities in the Italian Film Festival USA to showcase Italian culture through films. The Italian Film Festival USA brings to Indianapolis the best lineup of recent Italian cinema from award-winning directors, highlighting debut films from exciting new talent. All films are free and open to the general public. Films will be in Italian with English subtitles. The Festival will open on Saturday, April 12th and run through Saturday, May 10th. There will be two venues: the Lilly Auditorium in the University Library and the Campus Center Theatre, both on the IUPUI Downtown Indianapolis campus. Lilly Auditorium is located at 755 West Michigan Street. The Campus Center Theatre is located at 420 University Boulevard. Information on films' screening dates and times will be available at: www.italianfilmfests.org effective March 10, 2014. Italian Film Festival USA headquarters are located in St. Louis, MO where it was founded in 2004 "with the objective to provide the public the opportunity to see films that have not yet or may never be seen locally, always with the scope to elevate the awareness of and educate the public about Italyandmdash;its land, people, culture, and language." Professor of Italian at IUPUI, Cristiana Theilmann, heads the Italian Film Festival, USA, Indianapolis. Other members of the Indianapolis committee are Miria Allman, Nancy Bettis Beasley, Michael Laudick, Susan Lew, Allan Misch, Jane Orr Querin, Paola Santini, Ghega Scolari, Helen Small, Nico Sneider, Alessandro Thielmann, Annalisa Thielmann, Valerie Trimble and Isabella Velona.

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