The Lively Arts
The exhibition “Brita d’Agostino: Reconstructing Desires” focuses on the act of cultural consumption by transforming print media targeted towards women into dynamic and semi-abstract collages as installations. Informed by historical art movements and contemporary practice, Brita d’Agostino reimagines the visual language of glamour magazines into hybridized collaged forms created both intentionally and intuitively. This online exhibition is a virtual installation designed specifically for the Kipp Gallery at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Through her process d’Agostino explores the visual design and patterns embedded in a social system of images carefully constructed to elicit desire in consumers. She is deconstructing and recombining surfaces, subverting the original meaning of the images through her own aesthetic investigations. Her playful synthesis of her source material into new forms and presented in a different context offers a fresh perspective of the content for the audience. The end result is a combination of shapes and color that borders on abstraction, yet incorporates elements of contemporary American consumer culture.
Exhibit Dates: September 15th-October 31st
Health and Wellness Promotion
It's only Wednesday. Join Health and Wellness Promotion peer educators on Instagram @iupaware as they provide you with wellness tips to help you stay motivated and healthy.
Haven Project Events
IUP Green Dot will host a Scavenger Hunt on Monday, October 5 - Friday, October 9. It will include 5 Green Dots (one per day)
placed around campus. IUP Green Dot’s social media
will be providing clues as the day goes on to help you find the dots!
The first one to locate the Green Dot each day
will be entered to win a Sheetz gift card.
sure to check out our social media for the location of the Green Dot:
We ask that once a dot is
found, you take a picture of it and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THE
DOT WITH YOU!
by our table for more information and for some free candy:
Download the Charity Miles App and join Health and Wellness Promotion peer educators on the first virtual run/walk competition. This race is a competition against other PASSHE schools.
All around campus
Get outside with Health and Wellness Promotion's QR Code Healthy Tips Scavenger Hunt!
Career and Professional Development Center
Join staff from the IUP Career and Professional Development Center, who will talk about life, career goals, and how we can help you achieve them!
Virtual Only via Zoom
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
H2C and Hilario Molina presents La Tempestad: How COVID 19 Exposed The Government's Indifference towards South Texas
The Rio Grande Valley has been the epicenter of COVID19 in Texas, for the past two months. 80% of this area's population is of Mexican descent. We will explore the history of this impoverished area, the role of the "essential worker" in an area challenged by high rates of health issues, and limited health resources.
Join us via Zoom.
Oak Grove (Rain Location: 111 Elkin)
We celebrate you and your identity. Join us in the Oak Grove and experience the freedom of being yourself!
Elkin Hall and on Zoom
Three members of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Anthropology will address the definition of race with a panel presentation and discussion.
The panelists will include Abigail Adams, a medical anthropologist; Ben Ford, an archaeologist; and Andrea Palmiotto, a forensic anthropologist. The panelists will be live in Elkin Hall with limited seating for students and a Zoom link for additional attendees.
“In this panel discussion, we will attempt to briefly disentangle the role of race in our physical and cultural lives and then lead a discussion with the audience,” Ford said. “Anthropology studies the whole human, physical and cultural, present and past, and provides a unique way to consider if race is real.
“Race is such a difficult concept that even its reality is debated,” Ford said. “While scientists have shown that race is not detectable in our genes, race is very much present in the daily lives of millions of Americans. The culturally engrained practices of our society can result in health outcomes that make race not only culturally real, but physically real as well.”
Elise Glenn, IUP’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion officer, Title IX coordinator, and director of the Office of Social Equity/Title IX, will introduce the event. “This event is part of our ongoing work to continue this important discussion, and to put words into action,” she said.
Limited seating is available in Elkin Hall. To attend online, register for the Zoom session.
Netflix Watch Party Chrome Extension
On Wednesday, October 7, join STATIC for a Netflix Watch Party featuring Hasan Minhaj in his 2017 smash comedy special, Homecoming King! Event begins at 8:00 p.m.
In Homecoming King, which is his first stand-up special, “Hasan Minhaj weaves humorous and heartbreaking anecdotes to tell his life story as an Indian-American Muslim. Topics include racism, bullying, and meeting the demanding expectations of his immigrant parents.”
Watch via Google Chrome's Netflix Watch Party extension, available here! Must have a Netflix account, but you can sign-up for a free 30-day trial!
STATIC will ask some funny Hasan Minhaj trivia, with the winner taking home some amazing prizes!
For more information, check out the STATIC website, Twitter page, or Instagram page.
Queer Colors+, Pride Alliance, Student Government
Association and LGBTQIA Support unite to discuss the student experience on
campus and in the classroom.
Hooray! It's Kahoot Time with Charles Coleman!
Join Health and Wellness Promotion Peer Educator, Charles Coleman, and play Kahoot against others. The winners will receive prizes! Zoom ID: 920 4031 6527