The IU South Bend Department of Theatre and Dance will introduce its run of the musical, “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” with the book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro and music by Jimmy Roberts.
By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer As of Wednesday April 6, there is a new art exhibit available for viewing in the Education & Arts building. Along with some of the art provided, there is an assortment of digital art on display that can only be experienced in-person. Some pieces by Rachel Ross, Ashlie Ham, Stuart Mayfield
By: Benjamin Ward Staff-Writer IU South Bend’s Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts is kicking into full gear with spring performances. Students and faculty enjoy lighter restrictions as they attend their fellow’s performances. Though the showcase of events changed only slightly in frequency throughout the pandemic, the performances took a major hit compared to
By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer Senior Lexi Reynolds is an involved student at IU South Bend, but she is most known for her art. Reynolds is soon to graduate with a degree in fine arts and a concentration in ceramic. That being said, her favorite art medium to work with is clay. Her biggest artistic inspiration
By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer Kaelei Johnson is a sophomore at IU South Bend majoring in Art Education. Johnson’s favorite medium is acrylic art. When discussing her biggest artist inspiration, Johnson talked about her high school art teacher, Mr. Ryan Sergeant, from Mishawaka High School. “Mr. Sergeant was always a dedicated teacher to all of his
By: Mabel Myers Editor-in-chief Are you cleaning out your closet this semester for spring cleaning? The School of Education is looking for materials they are able to use in art education courses. They are collecting the following items: Any crafting supplies Beads Broken jewelry/watches Brown kraft packing paper Bubble wrap Buttons Cards Cardboard boxes Cereal
By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer Senior Theater majors Mya Piccione and Dan Klimczak take audiences back to the trauma of the pandemic’s onset in March 2020 through the eyes of 22 year old Eve living in New York City, in their loose adaptation of “Everyman” from the 16th century. That’s right, Piccione and Klimczak are playwrights.
By: Ashley Rose Staff writer/ photographer Taylor Garrett is a sophomore at IU South Bend. She is working to get her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design. The biggest artistic inspiration is everyday life. A lot of her ideas come from being outside. Speaking on her love for nature, Garrett said