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Marian University Senior Show Gallery Hop Opens April 14

by Jenny Ambroise | Apr 03, 2014

photo by Alex HodsonThe Marian University Senior Show Gallery Hop will feature the work of eight art department seniors: Sydney Shewmaker, Kacie Southerland, Hadeiyah Ameen, Veronica Belles, Alex Hodson, Cassie Sprinkle, Alex Perry, and Peter Hayes.

The graphic design, photography, art therapy, and fine art majors’ work will be on display in the Marian University Theater Lobby and the hallway of Fisher Hall from April 14- May 2 and a gallery hop reception will be held in both locations on April 17 from 4:00-6:30 p.m.

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Indy Talks Social Media Photography and Nature Workshop

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  • Dates: 27 – 27 Apr, 2013
  • 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Location: indianapolis, Indiana, United States
  • Address: 3200 cold spring road
  • Contact: David Benson
  • Email: dbenson@marian.edu
  • Phone: 3179556028

On Saturday, April 27th from 9:00 a.m. - noon, the EcoLab will present a photography workshop geared especially toward those who enjoy posting pictures on social media sites and who would like to learn how to make those pictures better. Pulitzer prize-winning photographer, Bill Foley will lead the photography workshop with the EcoLab as the primary subject as part of the IndyTalks series.  It will be fun for the whole family, but we especially encourage you to bring your middle and high school age kids who spend a good deal of time on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Bring your Apple or other photo-enabled portable devices and plan to spend time outside.  Meet at the Nina Mason Pulliam Nature Center in the Basement of Allison Mansion. Family: $10, Individual: $3 and Under 6: free.  To register, contact Janice Hicks Slaughter at jhslaughter@marian.edu, or 317-524-7701.  We hope you will join us and tell your friends too!

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