Kirkwood Hall 104
130 S. Woodlawn
Bloomington, IN 47405
The Chicano-Rique?o Studies Program is an interdisciplinary program offering students an opportunity to study the cultural roots, heritage, and contemporary social framework of the Chicano, Puerto Rican, and other Spanish-speaking peoples of the United States. The program encourages a United States Latino focus within the Latin American studies minor or certificate, and its faculty sponsors courses, symposia, guest lectures, poetry readings, and research on United States Hispanics in the fields of anthropology, bilingual education, folklore, history, language, and literature. The program publishes an occasional series of scholarly monographs on literature, language, and culture. It helps support Chiric?, a literary magazine, and helped found Third Woman, a journal of women writers; it also promotes musical performances, art exhibits, and readings of Chicano and Puerto Rican works
2010: Saturday, Sept. 4th, 10 to 6, Sunday, Sept. 5th, 10 to 5
The 4th Street Festival was created in 1977 by Bloomington, Indiana area artists and craftspeople to showcase southern Indiana talent. The fair has grown to include artists from all over the country.
The Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Fine Crafts strives to create an atmosphere of appreciation for art as well as an opportunity for artists to showcase their work by presenting a high quality event, while providing an educational environment to create connections with art and artists. Fourth Street prides itself on being admission free and welcoming to all.
Board meeting - 1st Tuesday of month. Call for location and meeting times.
Monroe County Civic Theater is a not-for-profit community theater group. We are dedicated to bringing quality theater to Monroe County and to providing experience in all aspects of theater production to all interested persons.
Lotus Education & Arts Foundation
P.O. Box 1667
Bloomington, IN 47402
2010 date: September 16-19
From the website: Each year, the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival honors Lotus Dickey's memory with a set of music or an interactive workshop that introduces new audiences to his music and the old-time traditions of the United States. A gifted folk singer, songwriter, and musician from rural Orange County, Indiana, Lotus Dickey wrote tunes and songs that drew from his family and community, as well as from country singers and fiddlers he heard on the radio.
To volunteer at Lotus fest, submit email to volunteer [at] lotusfest [dot] org
Performing artists submissions should be sent to lee [at] lotusfest [dot] org