IU Southeast and Frazier Museum offer membership deal to students, faculty, and staff

7th September 2012

NEW ALBANY, IN, (Sept. 7, 2012) – The Indiana University Southeast Office of the Chancellor and the IU Southeast Alumni Association have once again teamed with the Frazier History Museum in Louisville to give the IU Southeast community a free pass to explore history from the Frazier perspective.

The Frazier Museum will offer free individual memberships to all IU Southeast faculty, staff, and students through June 2013.  The deal will also allow faculty, staff, and students to upgrade to a dual/family membership for only $25.

 The partnership between Frazier and the University was originally formed last year and has been a big hit with students and faculty.

One of the most popular attractions at Frazier this season is the Samurai exhibit, which will continue through the month of September.  This exhibit will examine the artistic and philosophical side of the Samurai as well as the dangerous and deadly side. Another popular attraction is “Diana: A Celebration”, an exhibition that highlights the late Princess Diana and features more than 150 of the royal’s artifacts including dresses, jewels, and her wedding gown. “Diana: A Celebration” runs through January 2013.

To take advantage of the free IU Southeast membership deal, please contact Diane Fuchs at defuchs@ius.edu. Please note that all previous memberships have expired. Please contact the Alumni Office at 812-941-2384 with any questions.

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