Talented high school students (vocalists, instrumentalists, spoken word artists, dancers, etc.) are selected to spend six days exploring Negro spirituals, blues, jazz, gospel, R&B, soul, funk, and hip hop. Under Acting Director Ignoisco Miles, students will study with music professionals, IU faculty, staff, and graduate students affiliated with Indiana University’s African American Arts Institute. Participants also gain insight about academic requirements and financial aid resources available at Indiana University.
Is a multidisciplinary festival, that promotes compelling science activities for young people. Today, Science Fest has a reputation for being one of our most anticipated campus events, attracting thousands of children, educators, and parents to the university. It fosters joyful and meaningful learning, bringing youngsters together with faculty and graduate students around activities that sometimes make an indelible impression. (Rockets on the Launch Pad, anybody?) These activities are awe-inspiring, informative, and fun for everyone involved.