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John Schoolman’s Colorful Canes: Politics, Patriotism and Paint

Continuing the Indiana University Artsweek celebration, the “Colorful Canes of John Schoolman,” exhibit adds a unique perspective on politics through a collection of hand crafted walking canes by 100 year old John Schoolman. Jon Kay, director of Traditional Arts Indiana, explains the importance of this unique walking stick exihibit

The Colorful Canes of John Schoolman are on display at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures until March 8th.

Erica Hunter

WFIU Arts and Culture Reporter

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