Indiana University Printmakers’ “False Impressions”

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Photo by Peter Janson "Self Portrait Installation" by Peter Janson.

Four graduate students from Indiana University’s Hope School of Fine Arts show off their artistic expression with “False Impressions,”a two-day exhibit, beginning May 1st, that examines printmaking through the context of installation. Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Althea Murphy-Price explains how the students used the space to help create the art.

The “False Impressions” exhibit will open at 8 p.m. on Friday, at 300 East Third Street next to Rachel’s Cafe. The display will end on Saturday, May 2nd.

Erica Hunter

WFIU Arts and Culture Reporter

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