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With this issue of Indiana State University Magazine focusing on the fine arts, nine campus and community members took the opportunity to write their thoughts about the arts. We discover how the arts can save a life, the collaborative nature of art and what is art.
Ten students spent the summer creating paintings, pottery, photography and more as part of a new program, “Sycamore Artists Residing in Our Town,” or SARIOT.
A map pinpoints the public art on ISU’s campus.
From Dalí to Warhol, internationally known artists fill Indiana State’s Permanent Art Collection.
The Indiana State University Foundation is a recent recipient of a landscape painting entitled “Sycamores on the Wabash” by Zionsville, Ind., artist, Suzie Rachles.
From travels abroad to painting the globe, Indiana State’s student expanded their worlds.
Just before dawn on April 30, 2012, Amy Krupa, Nan McEntire, Leah Newton, Jack Ciancone, and David Stanley gathered at a bicycle rack outside of Root Hall on the ISU campus. Their mission was to yarnstorm an abandoned bicycle and turn it into spontaneous art–assembled just in time for the first morning of final exams.
This video, filmed by Nan McEntire (mostly), documents the creation of the yarnstormed art and people’s reactions to it.
The community-wide initiative, 2013 Year of the River, will provide arts, cultural, environmental and educational events throughout 2013 that are focused on the Wabash River and rivers and water as they affect our lives.
An arts competition for Earth Day allowed students to promote sustainability and green living in unique ways.