Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show

The Kinsey Institute is hosting its third annual Juried Art Show through July 25th. WFIU’s Josephine McRobbie attended the show opening and spoke with the artists and gallery curators

Josephine McRobbie

Born and raised in southeast Australia, Josephine moved to Bloomington in 1996. She graduated from Indiana University in 2007 with a B.A. in Journalism and Sociology. She is currently WFIU's broadcast assistant and arts reporter.

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  • Robert Kinsey

    Hi….my sister, Lisa Weber, is trying to enter the show. She is a new member of the board of trustees of the institute. I am old oldest son of Alfred Kinsey’s son Bruce. I hope to come down in the Fall. I have to see Miami University at homecoming. My school is 200 this year. Oxford is only a short, jagged drive from Oxford, OH. I live in Ann Arbor, MI. So happens that my girlfriend did Shakespeare in the arboretum last month with the rresidential college at the University of Michigan and the director is our friend Carol. She is the daughter of Josephine McRobbie. Small world isn’t it? Buenos Dias, BOB KINSEY

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