What are you doing on September 30 between 10:30 and 1:00? Surely, whatever it is will be better after you’ve grabbed a coffee and bagel at the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute’s Open House. While you’re here, check out our art collection, chat with us about our grant programs, and meet faculty and staff from across campus.
RSVP to the IAHI Open House
The IAHI is on the 4th floor of the University Library (Rooms UL 4115 P, S, T). Just take the elevator to the 4th floor and look to your left. There’s a sign hanging from the ceiling that will point you to us.
May 1, 2014
4:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Look/See 2014, Herron’s biggest night of the academic year, recognizes the achievements of Herron’s graduating master’s degree candidates with the M.F.A. Exhibition, which will fill all the galleries in Eskenazi Hall and the Eskenazi Fine Arts Center. Come celebrate with students, friends and family, faculty and guests.
The candidates, who come from nine states and represent Ceramics, Furniture Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture are: Steven S. Baker, Denise Conrady, Lauren Anne Davis, Michael Helsley, Melissa Michelle Hopson, Margaret Elizabeth Ingram, Sarah Kasch, Samuel R. Ladwig, C.J. Martin, John Collins McCormick, Hillary Russell, Marna Lee Shopoff, Freeland Southard, Bridgit Stoffer, Colin Tury, Stephanie Kristen Erin Wichman, Elizabeth Wierzbicki and David Woolf.
The Annual Honors and Awards Ceremony for undergraduate students and their families kicks off the celebration at the IUPUI Campus Center, 420 University Blvd., beginning at 4:00 p.m. All are welcome.
May 1, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.:
- School-wide open houses at Eskenazi Hall, 735 W. New York St., and Eskenazi Fine Arts Center, 1410 Indiana Ave.
- The 2014 M.F.A. Exhibition
- Chelsea Stillwell: Celebrating Her Artistic Life Memorial Exhibition, in the Photography Department
- Tours of open studios
- Food and entertainment
See the full program here.
In celebration of the sixth annual Open Access Week, IUPUI University Library has announced the opening of the Center for Digital Scholarship.
The center works to provide open access to IUPUI scholarship, research data and the cultural heritage of our communities. With Kristi L. Palmer as director, the center disseminates unique scholarship, data and artifacts created by IUPUI faculty, students, staff and community partners; advocates for the rights of authors, fair use and open access to information and publications; implements best practices for the creation, description, preservation, sharing and reuse of digital collections; and provides digital scholarship consultations and literacy services.
Located in Room 1115 on the first floor of the library, the Center for Digital Scholarship is open for services and questions related to open access. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Recent open access collaborations with IUPUI scholars and Indiana community organizations include:
- Advances in Social Works: A peer-reviewed, open access journal — one of seven journals hosted on Open Journal Systems at IUPUI.
- Faculty Grants: Supporting the digitization and online organization of open access collections related to faculty scholarship.
- Indianapolis Recorder: Open access to over 5,000 issues and 106 years of African American history in a community newspaper.
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway Collection: Open access to over 14,000 historic images dating back to 1909.
- IUPUI DataWorks: A new open access data repository for preserving and sharing IUPUI digital research data.
- IUPUI Open Access Publishing Fund: A pilot fund of $47,000 to underwrite reasonable publication charges for articles published in fee-based, peer-reviewed, open access journals.
- IUPUI ScholarWorks: An open access repository of over 3,000 articles, reports, posters, dissertations and theses by IUPUI faculty and students.
- Neighborhood of Saturdays: A unique digital humanities collaboration providing open access to over 500 images and artifacts from a multiethnic neighborhood on the near south side of Indianapolis.
The Center for Digital Scholarship will also host a special open house in November for the campus and the community to learn more about its work. The event will take place from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, on the ground floor of the University Library.
Open Access Week
The International Open Access Week, Oct. 21 to 27, is a global event in its sixth year. Open Access Week is a time for the academic community to share the potential benefits of open access, the practice of providing free and unrestricted access via the Internet to peer-reviewed scholarly research, and help integrate the practice in scholarship and research. To learn how you can claim the benefits of open access for your research at IUPUI, visit the IUPUI University Library.