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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.
Six members of the Indiana State family work on computers, oversee enrollment, teach chemistry or educational leadership for their paychecks. But they live in the arts.
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.
On the third floor of the Terre Haute Children’s Museum, ISU painting students become inspired while contributing to the creation of a mural entitled “Flightful Fantasy: We can fly, we can fly.”
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.