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Digital Noise 2.0: Digital art student exhibit set for Oct. 28-Nov. 12

October 29, 2014

The Turman Art Gallery at Indiana State University is pleased to present "Digital Noise 2.0: Digital Art Student Exhibition 2014," an exhibition of artworks by current digital art students in spring and fall semesters.

This exhibit features digital animation, video installation, digital cinema and sound art by the emerging talents of undergraduate visual art students taught by Sala Wong at the Indiana State Department of Art and Design.

The participating student artists are Abdulhakeem Al-Dbed, Sam Barnes, Taya Chesterfield, Veronica Collazo, Jingyang Fang, Xirui Fu, Stetson Hennington, Juila Kapke, Tashiyana Myers, Grace Oliver, Robert Rhodes, Elizabeth Steele, Abbie Showecker, Allyson Spencer, Corey Stewart, Brittany Thayer, Darian Tyler, Marc Whitfield, Kiyo Yamazaki, '14, Xiao Zhang and Allen Zielinski.

The Turman Art Gallery is located on the Indiana State campus in the Fine Arts Building on Chestnut Street, just west of 7th. The exhibit runs Oct. 28-Nov. 12. The artists will be present at the opening reception on Oct. 30.

Gallery hours for this exhibition are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. The exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information, call 812-237-3720.

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This exhibit features digital animation, video installation, digital cinema and sound art by the emerging talents of undergraduate visual art students taught by Sala Wong at the Indiana State Department of Art and Design.

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