Yearly Archives: 2013

Yearly Archives: 2013

“WOMEN IN ART” at the Richmond Art Museum Two Art Talks by Indiana University East Fine Arts Students

“WOMEN IN ART” at the Richmond Art Museum Two Art Talks by Indiana University East Fine Arts Students

Session #1 – Representation of Women in Western Art: The tradition of the “female nude,” specifically “Venus paintings,” for the “malegaze;” artists that challenge this archetype, including the Guerilla Girls; women ascreators vs. women as subject matter; the representation of women in contemporary media. When: Wednesday, June 12, 2013: 12:45-1:45 pm Location: McGuire Memorial Hall Auditorium, Richmond Art Museum Session #2 – Suzanne Valadon: 19th Century artist; worked first as a nude model for artists such as Degasbefore she became a notable artist in her own right; one of the first femaleartists to actually work with the artistic convention of the female nude,deflecting and ultimately rejecting “the male gaze;” how her low-classbackground actually ended up helping her artistic production by … Continued
IU East to host Indiana Supreme Court oral argument April 23

IU East to host Indiana Supreme Court oral argument April 23

The Indiana Supreme Court will visit Indiana University East on Tuesday, April 23, to hear oral argument. The court case will be argued in Vivian Auditorium, located in Whitewater Hall. The oral argument is open to the media and public, though seating is limited. Vivian Auditorium will open at 11:45 a.m. for people to be seated and the oral argument will begin at 12:45 p.m. Once the oral argument begins further admittance by visitors to Vivian Auditorium will not be permitted. Following the oral argument, a public reception will be held at 1:45 p.m. in The Gallery, also located in Whitewater Hall. The oral argument will be streamed live at indiana.edu/~video/stream/liveflash.html?filename=Indiana_Supreme_Court_IUE. The event is sponsored by the Criminal Justice Program … Continued
Faculty Presentation: Julien Simon

Faculty Presentation: Julien Simon

Julien Simon, Associate Professor of World Languages and Cultures, will present “The Emergence of Mind in Early Modern Spanish Literature: A Diachronic Analysis of Human Intentionality and the Portrayal of Literary Characters in Three Spanish Golden Age Masterpieces,” on Wednesday April 24, 2013 01:00 PM in Hayes Hall 275. The presentation is free and open to the public.