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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.
Government funding of the arts has been the bane of many U.S. politicians — and taxpayers, too — for years, but by starving the arts could we just be sinking the economy even further? The article examines funding of the arts and the importance of the arts in education.
Because of their life-long love of music, David and Jerry, ’46, Mitchell have supported Indiana State’s School of Music to provide opportunities for students.
Petra Nyendick, an active member of the Terre Haute arts community, has been named director of Indiana State University’s Community School of the Arts.
As part of a continuing effort to build fan support at athletic and other events, Indiana State University announced changes related to the Marching Sycamores and the Sparkettes dance team.