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Art, film and panel discussion to consider body experience, image and shaming31st October 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Three interrelated events spanning academic disciplines will explore issues of body experience, body images and body shaming as part of the Mental Health and Wellness Seminar series produced by Personal Counseling Services with the support of The Common Experience and the participation of the fine arts department. “Embedded and Embodied: …

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Print Conference brings joy of creativity to IU Southeast14th October 2016

By Steven Krolak The Mid-America Print Council conference delivered a blast of creativity on campus last week, filling studios, theaters and meeting rooms to capacity with demonstrations, panels, exhibitions and spontaneous gatherings of impassioned artists from around the nation and abroad. Impressions of the conference:  a celebration of ideas, inspiration and fellowship. (Please click on …

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Print Matters, Printing Matters conference brings printmaking world to IU Southeast, region4th October 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–“Print Matters, Printing Matters,” the 2016 conference of the Mid-America Print Council, will be hosted by IU Southeast and the University of Louisville from Wednesday, Oct. 5, to Saturday, Oct. 8, on the two campuses, with IU Southeast serving as the event’s home base. The conference, supported by Indiana University’s …

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Poster by design faculty Kok Cheow Yeoh wins international recognition27th September 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—A poster by Kok Cheow Yeoh, assistant professor of fine arts and graphic design area coordinator, has been accepted as a finalist at the Beijing Design Week in Beijing, China. The poster was one of only 272 finalists chosen for exhibition from among more than 1,200 submissions from around the …

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Ceramics students earn national recognition30th August 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Kudos to Sam Chumley and Dallas Wooten, IU Southeast fine arts students in ceramics. The impressive artwork of the two undergraduates has been accepted into two national exhibitions. “I’m thrilled that artwork from the ceramics program is being recognized at the national level,” said Brian Harper, associate professor of fine …

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Brian Harper is awarded grants to lecture at international ceramics conference3rd August 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Brian Harper, associate professor of fine art in ceramics, has won two grants that will enable him to lecture and present his work at the ScanCeram conference, from Oct. 20-23 in Aalborg, Denmark. The first is an Overseas Conference Grant from IU Worldwide, which provides support for IU faculty to …

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IU Southeast grads view academic futures18th May 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—IU Southeast graduates from all disciplines are moving on. Many are finding their way into careers, while others are poised to pursue graduate degrees. And some of these students have already been accepted to academic programs, including those at IU Southeast. We are proud to share news of some of …

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IU Southeast fine arts faculty create video projection for opening night at Churchill Downs29th April 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—This year’s Opening Night at Churchill Downs, a special event to launch a season of horse racing that includes the Kentucky Derby, will feature a provocative video projection by IU Southeast fine arts faculty Tiffany Carbonneau and Susanna Crum. The collaborative artwork, “A Running Loop,” will illuminate a facade of …

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“Guys and Dolls” is a landmark for growing theatre program5th April 2016

By Steven Krolak When the curtain rises on “Guys and Dolls” in the Robinson Theater at the Ogle Center this week, audiences will be treated to one of the most ambitious productions ever mounted by the IU Southeast theatre program. Twenty-five students will sing, dance, bet, pray, brawl and woo their way through the kaleidoscope …

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