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Papercuts and Overstuffed Folders

This semester I am a Registration Intern at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.  As with any museum, the IMA has a backlog of documents they need organized and properly filed.   447 more words

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The information desk at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where volunteer staff help direct visitors in the galleries.

Within the museum setting, front end staff members (such as welcome desk employees, security guards, or wayfinding information associates) are typically made up of part-time individuals and volunteer community members. 576 more words

Discussing Edward and Brett Weston at IMA

Recently Satch and I had the opportunity to be part of a discussion about the lives and art of Edward and Brett Weston at Marty Krause’s (Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs) print group at the… 1,269 more words


Photo: Tulips

In anticipation of spring being just around the corner….from the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, April 2015

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Trip to the Stout Reference Library

On Sunday, February 21, SALS made a day trip to Indianapolis. Our first stop was the Children’s Museum, which turned out to be an eye-opening experience. 407 more words


Early Indiana art scene

The mid to late 19th century saw a flourishing of art in Indiana—poets, novelists, visual artists. The Indianapolis Museum of Art is currently hosting an exhibition of visual artists with a nod to the famous Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley. 207 more words

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Marionettes in motion

Gustave Baumann’s marionettes were brought to life. Or more correctly, replicas of his marionettes were used in a special performance rounding out the exhibit of Gustave Baumann’s works… 194 more words

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