IU Southeast Fine Arts students to present work at Zephyr Gallery

22nd October 2010

NEW ALBANY, IN (Oct. 22, 2010) – Jump on a trolley and join Indiana University Southeast Fine Arts students for a showing of “Set in Motion” at Zephyr Gallery.

The showing will take place at the First Friday Trolley Hop on Friday Nov. 5, from 7-9 p.m. at 610 East Market Street in Louisville. It is the students’ capstone project.

Each of the students, who will graduate in the spring, will participate in an outdoor viewing of their stop motion animations, They each produced a one-minute animation with subjects including the Louisville skyline, an apple tree, and leaving a house.

For example, Alex Kennedy, a painter, animates getting up in the morning, dressing, and leaving home for the day to explore revealing private moments in a public space. Alicia Osbourne, who is earning her degree in graphic design, will show the effects of the seasons and weather on an apple tree. Angela Stucker, who is studying ceramics, will animate clay to reveal the Louisville skyline.

Other IU Southeast students participating in the show include Melissa Smith, Dilruan Nicholas, Katherine Wilson, Christina Goins, Daphne Dohoney, Brittney Seals, Amanda Straley, Terry Helstrom, Francisco Martin Munoz, Jessica Roberson, Gregory Truesdell, Tatum Elam, Kimberly Salaices, Rosie Benjamin, Kristin Thompson, Erika Christain, and Khara Cornelius.

Faculty mentors who worked with the students to prepare for the gallery showing are Marilyn Whitesell, Tiffany Carbonneau, and Jonathan Ruth.

The First Friday Trolley Hop takes place on the first Friday of each month from 5-11 p.m., rain or shine in downtown Louisville. The trolleys run until 11 p.m.

For more information, please contact Marilyn Whitesell, at mwhitese@ius.edu.

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