KOKOMO, Ind. – Indiana University Kokomo art students are busy displaying their work around the state.
Now through the end of September, the Rhum Academy of Music and Performing Arts Center in Kokomo is featuring "Art Inspired by Music" by several IU Kokomo students. They are Stephanie Britton, Theresa Stewart, Ashley DeWitt, Tarja Harney, and Abby Workman. Elizabeth Jorgenson, who graduated in May, also has her work on display.
This display consists of a variety of artworks inspired by specific songs, the emotional impact of music, or personal human connection to music. The Academy is located at 110 N. Washington Street. For more information, call (765) 236-0567.
In addition, Abby Workman and Theresa Stewart will also be in Oranje in Indianapolis on September 18, from 8 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Oranje is a contemporary art & music event showcasing progressive artists and musicians. The goal of Oranje is to create an interactive experience of art and music presented in a stimulating, urban environment. Workman and Stewart will share a booth with Minda Douglas, assistant professor of fine arts, and two former IU Kokomo students, Tim Davis and Christina Hollering. For more information, visit www.oranjeindy.com.
Audrey Diaz, and IU Kokomo general studies major and art minor, recently received some awards for her art displayed this summer at the Honeywell Center in Wabash. Of her three entries, Diaz received an award for her piece titled, "Potted Tree," and an honorable mention for, "We Are Next."
IU Kokomo offers a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts. This degree provides students with the opportunity to study the fine arts in depth, including a strong background in art history, contemporary arts theory, professional practices, and studio arts. Students will be prepared for a wide variety of career possibilities after they graduate, such as working in the areas of communication arts, graphic arts, art administration, art education, or an individual fine arts career. In addition, the program prepares students to enter graduate degree programs in the fine arts. With its strong foundation in studio art, the program provides students experiences in a variety of media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, graphic design, digital media, and animation. For more information on this program, contact Douglas at (765) 455-9556, or by e-mail at email@example.com, or Gregory Steel, assistant professor of fine arts, at (765) 455-9585, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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