Rose-Hulman Institution of Technology is showcasing three artists in “Stories,” its spring exhibition on display now through May 29. Two photographers share their recent projects, Eleanor Moseman and Alexandra McNichols-Torroledo; and charcoal artist Nadine Shillingford-Wondem has provided her portraits created within the past year.
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The destruction of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest and the impact this tragedy inflicts on the Mura indigenous people, who have lived deep in the rainforest for thousands of years, will be the subject of Terre Haute photographer/lecturer Alexandra McNichols-Torroledo’s 50-minute talks and slide shows at noon and at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Room 407 of Hulman Memorial Student Union at Indiana State University
Alexandra McNichols-Torroledo has spent her life capturing the images and documenting the stories of indigenous people in North and South America. The photographer will present a lecture at 4 p.m. Monday in the Buzzard Auditorium on the campus of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston.
Still not sold on proposed jail site This past Tuesday I attended the County Council meeting. I went because I wanted to hear what other community people felt about the proposed new jail and how it would be funded. Most of the presentations centered
Alexandra McNichols-Torroledo first drove across North Dakota's vast prairie spaces in mid-October under endless blue sky from the Bismarck airport toward the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.