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MFA Thesis Exhibitions Feature Digital Modeling and Fabrication Technology
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By Lindsay Hall Indiana University School of Fine Arts MFA students utilize a wide variety of processes and technologies in the production of their work, one of these media being digital modeling and fabrication technology. Digital modeling and fabrication technology allows the designer to transfer digital design to 3D objects through computer-controlled software. The digitally[Read more…]

Photography MFA Adam Reynolds Featured in The Washington Post
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By Lindsay Hall Indiana University MFA Photography Student Adam Reynolds’ series Architecture of An Existential Threat was recently featured in The Washington Post. The Series commenced in 2014 when Reynolds first began photographing the innumerable bomb shelters that exist all throughout Israel as a result of the 1951 civil defense law mandating that all homes,[Read more…]

Solo Exhibition of Paintings by Tim Kennedy at First Street Gallery, New York
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March 3, 2015 Paynetown, a solo exhibition of paintings by Tim Kennedy, will be held at First Street Gallery from March 3 to March 28, 2015. This is Mr. Kennedy’s seventh solo exhibition at First Street Gallery. In this exhibition Mr. Kennedy looks to public spaces for inspiration in and around Bloomington, Indiana, a prototypical[Read more…]

Jeffrey Wolin Showcased in Nelson-Atkins Museum Show

By Lindsay Hall Jeffrey Wolin, a professor of Photography and the Director of the Center for Integrative Photographic Studies (CIPS) at Indiana University, is among the group of photographers with work comprising the current exhibition at the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Missouri titled “American Soldier”. The show takes place from January 23-June 21, 2015[Read more…]

IU Students Win Southern Graphics Conference International Undergraduate Fellowship for the 2nd Consecutive Year
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The Southern Graphics Council International is an international printmaking council that hosts a yearly professional conference. It is the largest and most prestigious print organization in the USA and widely recognized by international printmakers. For the last two years IU School of Fine Arts Printmaking students have won the SGCI’s highly competitive Undergraduate Fellowship. This[Read more…]

IU MFA Ceramics Alumna Christine Golden Receives Zanesville Prize
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By Lindsay Hall Christine Golden received her MFA in Ceramics from Indiana University in 2010. She was recently awarded “Best of Show” and a prize of $20,000 for her Kids in the Garden 2 piece in the From the Ground Up Conference in the Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics in 2014. Golden expressed her excitement[Read more…]