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Exhibition of student digital art works on display Oct. 24-Nov. 13

October 18, 2013

The Turman Art Gallery at Indiana State University will present "Seeing the Invisible Cities: an exhibition of student digital art work," on display Oct. 24-Nov. 13. The exhibited works, inspired by Italo Calvino's "Invisible Cities," are by current digital art students from Indiana State's department of art and design.

The exhibit features the emerging talents of undergraduate visual art students enrolled in the intermediate and advanced digital art classes, taught by professor Sala Wong. The work by student artists Sam Barnes, Mills Camp, Stetson Hennington, Nicole Nootbaar, J.D. Palmer, Matthew Rasley, Elizabeth Steele and Marc Whitfield includes digital animation, interactive video, digital cinema and sound art.

In addition to the Calvino-inspired works, the introductory-level digital art students will present a collaborative sound installation.

The Turman Art Gallery is located on the Indiana State campus in the Fine Arts Building on Chestnut Street, just west of Seventh Street. The artists will be present at the opening reception from 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct 24.

Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 11 am- 4 pm. This exhibition is free and open to the public. For additional information call 812-237-3720.

 

Contact: Sala Wong, Department of Art and Design, Sala.Wong@indstate.edu

 

 

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The exhibit features the emerging talents of undergraduate visual art students enrolled in the intermediate and advanced digital art classes and features digital animation, interactive video, digital cinema and sound art.

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