By: Cassidy Martenson Intern The sculpture classes at Indiana University South Bend are using its talents to create meaningful change in the community. Through careful planning and research, the Sculpture 1 course has changed the purpose of sculpture for students and viewers. The final project was designed and implemented by Brian Hutsebout, Visiting Assistant Professor
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By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer email@example.com With the push for the final weeks of the spring semester to be completed online, some majors are working better than others with an online environment. Perhaps students that are most impacted by this decision are seniors in the arts. Integrated New Media and Fine Arts students need certain
By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Josh Miller, gallery director for IU South Bend, is looking to spruce up the campus with current student work. The artwork will be placed over the summer, but Miller is currently looking for Fine Arts students to submit their work to be put on loan at IU South Bend.
By: Ashley Cox Staff writer Violinist Brendan Shea will be performing Sept. 28 in the Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall, located in Northside. Shea is from the Euclid Quartet, string quartet in residency at IU South Bend. He will be performing pieces from Eugene Ysaye’s Sonatas as well as Bach compositions.
By: RYAN L. GRUENWALD Staff Writer Wolfson Press celebrated the release of their newly published book, “Fine Arts of the South Bend Region, 1840-2000” with an art exhibit at IU South Bend’s Art Gallery. The show highlighted many of the local artists documented in the text. A reception was held at the gallery on Friday,