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Back in 1964 when Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne produced its first play, Purdue Indiana Theater, better known as PIT, was a most appropriate name for the tiny theater in the basement of Kettler Hall. Craig A.
The Visual Arts Building at IPFW has space classrooms and studios for fine arts students on the main floor and the Department of Visual Communication and Design on the upper floor. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
When John Hrehov drove into Fort Wayne in 1989 for a job as a visiting assistant professor in Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne's fine arts department, he was following a map – this was in the days before Mapquest, Garmin and TomTom...      More..
The IPFW Department of Music Community Orchestra featuring the IPFW Opera Ensemble performs April 28 in the John and Ruth Rhinehart Music Center Recital Hall. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
You could say that in the days before Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne's $25 million music hall was built, the Department of Music faculty, staff and students sort of felt as if they were playing second fiddle to other departments.      More..
Ben Folds is returning to Fort Wayne once again to perform with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. This time, he will be performing The Ben Folds Orchestra Experience that is a hybrid of pop music and rich, vibrant orchestration. (Courtesy photo from Ben Folds)
It’s not often you’ll see musicians of all backgrounds come together for a status quo-challenging performance.      More..
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