Indiana University's museum of anthropology, history, and folklore. At the William Hammond Mathers Museum, Indiana University's museum of
world cultures, artifacts from near and far are collected, preserved,researched, and exhibited to increase our understanding of the unity and diversity of human culture.
6:30pm on the third Monday of each month - meets at First Presbyterian Church, 6th and Lincoln Street
The Scottish Society of Greater Bloomington was founded to provide a means for individuals of Scottish ancestry or interest to experience and participate in activities that celebrate the Scottish culture.
The Chamtse Ling Temple and grounds are open 10 am-7 pm daily.
Dedicated to preserving Tibetan culture through educational & cultural events. The Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center is active in Earth Care, an interfaith group in Bloomington. Earth Care accepts our urgent moral responsibility to protect all life by curbing wanton climate change.
Indiana University Bloomington
275 North Jordan Avenue, Suite A226
Bloomington, In 47405
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center (NMBCC) is committed to academic excellence through quality educational, cultural, and social programs that promote public awareness about the Black experience while celebrating the academic and leadership achievements of our students.
IU Ballroom Dance Club is a student-run organization designed to help people learn and develop ballroom dance skills and to promote ballroom dance within our campus and community.
Although affiliated with Indiana University Recreational Sports, the club is open to all members of the community; any interested people over age 18 are invited and encouraged to join us. No experience is necessary.
John Waldron Arts Center
122 S. Walnut St.
Bloomington, IN 47404
Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm and Sunday 11am - 4pm
The Bloomington Area Arts Council supports public participation in the arts by developing, strengthening, and promoting the cultural resources of Bloomington and Brown, Greene, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties.
The BAAC fulfills its mission by directly supporting artists and arts organizations in the five-county region and by managing the John Waldron Arts Center.