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Kessler Intro

  • George Kessler Park & Boulevard Plan
  • Main Library, Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery
  • January 8 – February 23, 2014
  • Free & Open to the Public during Library Hours

An Educational Exhibition from the School of Landscape Architecture at Ball State University, these 27 graphic panels celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Park and Boulevard Plan for Fort Wayne by Landscape Architect George Kessler.

Intrigued?  Please stop by!  Visit the Gallery Webpage for more information on this and future exhibitions.

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  • Hoosier Salon:  Where Art & History Converge
    Selections from the 88th Annual Exhibition
  • Main Library, Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery
  • November 8 – December 19, 2012
  • Free

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  • Almost Something, Installation by Sarah Blyth-Stephens
  • Main Library, Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery
  • September 7 – October 27
  • Free

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  • Youth Artwork Across the Branches exhibit
  • Main Library, Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery
  • July 23 – August 25
  • Free

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  • University of St. Francis, School of Creative Arts exhibit
  • Main Library, Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery
  • June 8 – July 14
  • Free

Come check out highlights from the University of St. Francis 36th Annual Student Exhibition.  151 artworks created during the 2011-2012 school year are currently on display in the Main Library and represent students from freshman to senior level.  Featured art includes drawing, illustration, jewelry, sculpture, graphic design, photography and mixed media – something for everyone!

Setting up the exhibit – it’s going to be awesome!

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  • IPFW Senior Exhibition
  • Main Library, Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery
  • April 13-May 25
  • Free

Like art?  Come check out the projects currently on display at the Main Library – subject areas include photography, graphic design, and computer animation.  This exhibition is courtesy of seniors graduating from the IPFW Department of Visual Communication and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

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