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News Releases for IU Herron School of Art and Design

All in the Family: IUPUI Graduates x 3

The Hardy FamilyMay 3, 2010 —
Transformation. That’s the first word that Jodie Hardy used to describe the impact IUPUI has had on her life and the lives of her son and husband.

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Herron Professor's Sabbatical to Include Solo Exhibits On European Tour

Bee Kiss by Linda GoodineApril 28, 2010 — A photography professor from the Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI  will kick off a sabbatical next month with a European tour that includes two solo exhibits of her poetry-inspired works.

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WFYI Broadcast to Discuss IUPUI Saves Public Art Project

Herron Arch I by James Wille FaustApril 5, 2010 — WFYI’s “Art of the Matter” this week will focus on the IUPUI Wikipedia Saves Public Art program and student involvement in documenting local public art including the campus collection. Host Travis DiNicola will interview Assistant Professor Jennifer Geigel Mikulay, Public Scholar of Visual Culture. The program will air at 8 p.m., Friday, April 9 and again at 4 p.m., Saturday, April 10.

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IUPUI Launches Unique Global Project to Save World's Public Art

The Herron Arch I by James Wille Faust February 18, 2010 — Students and faculty from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) have developed and launched the nation’s first organized effort to document public art information in Wikipedia.

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IU School of Informatics at IUPUI Launches New Interactive Web Site

Executive Associate Dean Anthony Faiola, IU School of Informatics at IUPUIOctober 7, 2009 — The Indiana University School of Informatics at IUPUI has launched a new interactive Web site developed to better serve students, faculty, staff and others, and to foster a clearer definition of informatics and its implications for the future.

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IUPUI to Participate in eCitizenship Study

September 24, 2009 — IUPUI is one of 34 colleges and universities selected by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) to join the American Democracy Project (ADP) in a three-year initiative to study technology’s power to engage and empower citizens.

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Top IUPUI Faculty to Present at Cutting Edge Lecture Series

August 13, 2009 — The IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs has announced its Cutting Edge Lecture Series for the fall of 2009. This series will give the community the opportunity to engage in dialogues with top university professors about rapidly changing fields of inquiry.

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University Library Partners with Local Art Center to Host Artist's Book Exhibit

August 4, 2009 — Herron Art Library, part of IUPUI University Library, has partnered with the Harrison Center for the Arts to sponsor “Bookish,” an Indianapolis Downtown Artists & Dealers Association First Friday event. The exhibit's opening reception was held at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 7, 2009, at the Harrison Center for the Arts, 1501 N. Delaware St. The artwork will hang through Aug. 29, 2009. Both the reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.

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Herron Students Help Capture the Real Dillinger in Exhibit at State Library

July 24, 2009 — With his starring role in “Public Enemies,” Johnny Depp is giving movie audiences Hollywood’s latest version of the 1930s gangster John Dillinger.

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Herron to launch Master in Art Therapy Program

June 9, 2009 — Herron School of Art and Design is excited to announce the launch of a new Master in Art Therapy degree program. Merging the fields of medicine, visual art, and psychology, art therapy uses creative processes of various art forms to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages.

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Getting to the Art of the Matter: Herron Students "Screen" IU's Dental Patients

May 29, 2009 — Soon after renovations to the IU School of Dentistry’s Patient Admissions division were completed, the Clinical Affairs faculty and staff decided that the remodeled area could benefit from an additional element of privacy to further separate the bank of patient registration desks from the nearby reception seating. They went looking for a solution – and found it in the creative vision of two students from the Herron School of Art and Design.

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