The Horizon

‘Talent is a bad word’: The art of teaching and connecting with students

Professor Debra Clem discusses what brings her joy in teaching as she shows off dozens of artworks created by both herself and her students.

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter

November 17, 2019

The relationship between instructors and students was on full display as Debra Clem, fine arts professor and program coordinator, showed off dozens of works of art on Thursday, Nov. 14 to a group of students and fellow faculty. Clem used the event, aptly named “Joy of Teaching,” to discuss what...

“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” is a modern comedic take on all aspects of relationships

“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” is a modern comedic take on all aspects of relationships

Sydney Randall, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2019

Single people, dating couples and married couples alike can all relate to the comedic 21st century spin on the struggles of dating, marriage and having children in IU Southeast Theater’s production of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” The musical’s book and lyrics were written by...

IUS fine arts students bond during Harvest Float production

Tor Chaleunphonh, sophomore graphic design major, explains his idea for the mask to his classmates.

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2019

The bead-throwing of Mardi Gras combined with the candy-giving of Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 5, for IU Southeast’s Mardi Gras and Halloween-inspired floats at this year’s Harvest Homecoming Parade and Float Show. There were two IU Southeast floats, one created by the Fine Arts department and another...

The bigger picture

Amy Seibert holds out a roll of film and one of the makeshift pinhole cameras from camera club. The students used cardboard and duct tape to create their own film cameras and learn how to develop film.

Joshua Roy, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

I have been a photographer since high school. It always thrilled me to slow down during class field trips and take different pictures on my phone. When I started college at IU Southeast, I gained access to a real digital camera through school. I never put it down again. Ever since then, I have used...

Activism in the arts

Activism in the arts

John Boyle, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2016

After the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage last June, Kim Davis, a county clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky, began withholding marriage licenses from couples looking to exchange vows. Davis was later jailed for contempt of court for ignoring court orders to start issuing licenses again....