Tag: Bill Tourtillotte

The case of the missing sculpture

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Outside of the gallery in EA, there recently was a sculpture. It featured five empty beer cans and emptied rifle cartridges. Now, the place where the sculpture was previously has been filled with just a piece of paper that reads, “This installation has been deemed too potentially offensive for

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IU South Bend artists hosting art show outside of campus

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Student art shows at IU South Bend come around every semester, but recently, the Fine Arts Department was asked to put on an art show at the Box Factory for the Arts in St. Joseph, Michigan. Fine arts students are showing alongside regional artists Kathleen Newman, Kristin Hosbein and

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IU South Bend gets first fine arts club

By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer zbeaucha@iu.edu IU South Bend is host to many clubs, one not among these, is a fine arts club, until now. With the help of William (Bill) Tourtillotte, who will function as the club’s staff advisor, art enthusiasts and IU South Bend students Kolt Sizer and Julia Kanestrom aim to make

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Bill Tourtillotte: For the love of print

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Printmaking is an art form where almost any idea seems valid due to the political and social history the art has made throughout the centuries. Bill Tourtillotte, the professor behind printmaking at IU South Bend, has continued to nurture the many ideas students have while in the shop. Tourtillotte

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The scene of zines

BY KATE LUCE Staff-writer “Zines” are a small-scale, self-produced magazine. They can cover a large range of topics encompassing anything from, music, poetry, feminism and virtually anything else one can think of. The world of zines has been around since the 70’s when photocopiers become readily available to the general public. At first, most zines

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