5 pieces of art that show heartbreak

Image: Jean Joseph Taillasson, France (1745-1809), Psyche Abandoned by Cupid, 1795, oil painting, 45 5/8 in x 35 1/8 in., Purchase: Frank C. Ball Collection, gift of the Ball Brothers Foundation, by exchange, 2013.017.000, © Jean Joseph Taillasson Written by Tori Smith, Public Relations and Social Media Intern It’s no secret that engaging with an art …

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Here Come the New Fall 2019 Interns!

Here at the David Owsley Museum of Art, we take to heart the tradition of continuing a student’s opportunities past the classroom and furthering their experiences and skills in the field. Every semester, DOMA selects a new team of interns to teach them about the many professions they can try in the museum field. DOMA …

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Habitat for Humanity: Building Houses and Experiences

By: Molly Carpenter, Education Intern Through the Muncie Intern Collaborative, I had the opportunity to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. This volunteer opportunity allowed me to form new relationships and gain a new, fulfilling experience. While I was there, one of the benefits of the experience was meeting new people. I worked with other interns …

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ART: You’ll Be Glad You Came

  By: Jalynn Madison, Public Relations & Marketing Intern College can be a stressful time for students. Between worrying about your GPA, graduation, and deciding on your next steps in life, it’s not surprising that summer break is sought after and well spent. But instead of spending money on a vacation across the country, why …

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