The University of Southern Indiana Foundation has received a $2 million leadership gift from award-winning composer and Posey County-native Philip H. Hagemann for the establishment of a fund to support and develop music programs at USI.
Exhibits will include works from Katherine Watts '07 and 10 USI 10 studio art, graphic design, interactive media and illustration students.
The University of Southern Indiana’s Sexual Assault and Gender Violence Prevention Committee will host the annual Flowers on the Lake ceremony at 4 p.m. Thursday, October 14 in front of the Liberal Arts Center.
The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art to host exhibition Systems | Bodies | Parameters, featuring abstract paintings by Chicago-based artist Kellie Romany, Saturday, October 9 through Saturday, November 13.
The first production of the season, The Mad Ones by Kait Kerrigan and Bree Lowdermilk and directed by USI Associate Professor of Theatre Eric Altheide, runs from October 14-17 in the USI Performance Center located in University Center East on the USI campus.
The University of Southern Indiana’s Historic New Harmony is hosting a No Digital Weekend, Saturday and Sunday October 2 and 3 to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of Robert Owen's birth.
The University of Southern Indiana officially marked the opening of the new Screaming Eagles Complex and Aquatic Center and the reveal of new campus art installation The Screaming Eagle with an open house and campus celebration on Thursday, September 16.
USI’s Historic New Harmony will host the Smithsonian-curated traveling exhibit called Water/Ways at the Atheneum Saturday, October 2 through Sunday, November 14. The exhibit will be open Tuesday through Sundays from 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Historic New Harmony announces the five winners of their creative writing contest celebrating the 250th Anniversary of Robert Owen's birth.
The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art’s latest exhibition, Describing Language: Thinking Through Access and Communication is currently on display through Saturday, October 2.