Ten Integrated New Media Studies students are presenting their exhibition titled Incandescendance: 10 Projections at Indiana University South Bend this Wed., April 20th from 8:30–10PM in the Wiekamp Courtyard. Special thanks, to the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts - IU South Bend & the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Indiana University.
Works In Process will be the second in a series of bi-weekly conversations that gives an opportunity to engage the creative work and scholarship from both the fine arts and new media faculty members. All are welcome to attend.
Nov. 5th, Alessandra Sulpy will be speaking about her current series “Store Facades”, a painted body of work exploring vintage retail, ephemera, and rust-belt downtown dilapidation. This informal but informative talk is open to the public and invites discussion of concept and practice.
Alessandra is a nomadic painter and educator, hailing from the great state of New Jersey. She earned her BFA in Painting (with a minor in Art History) at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and her MFA in Painting at Indiana University. Since graduating she has taught full-time at universities in Utah, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Indiana, and Italy. She currently teaches Painting and Drawing at IU South Bend.
Works In Process will be the first in a series of bi-weekly conversations that gives an opportunity to engage the creative work and scholarship from both the fine arts and new media faculty members. All are welcome to attend.
October 22nd Jeff Horwat our new faculty member in Arts Education will be presenting his wordless graphic allegory about attachment, desire, and renunciation, entitled 'There is No W(hole)'. In this presentation, Jeff will talk about his creative process and his influences that include Buddhism, psychoanalytic theory, and contemporary 'pop' surrealism.