9 Tuesday / October 9, 2018

The Art of Tattoo, a Demonstration by Terin J.D.

05:30 pm to 07:00 pm
The Venue

On Tuesday eve, October 9th, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Venue will host a discussion and demonstration of contemporary Tattoo by Terin J.D.
Terin is a graduate of the Hope School of Fine Art, with a degree in Studio Art and Art History. He has been a practicing tattoo artist for the last five years.
Tarin was recently featured as a tattoo artist on the NPR Show, The Moth. His current studio is Cry Babies Electric Tattoo, located at 116 S. Grant St., Bloomington.
In his presentation, Terin will explain the various techniques he employes in Tattoo, some of which are his original techniques. He will explain some of the history, and how and why it’s done. And he will actually create a tattoo, before your very eyes.
Get all your questions answered, by a true professional.
Come early to get a good seat.


9 Tuesday / October 9, 2018

Jazz Class with InMotion Dance Company

06:00 pm to 07:30 pm
IU Auditorium Stage

Learn a basic jazz dance routine with the InMotion Dance Company! Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to move with the experts. Class will end with a special final performance from the instructors. InMotion Dance Company has been a part of IU for over 15 years and is a multifaceted group comprised of students from all over the country with backgrounds ranging from hip-hop to tap. The jazz dance course is on October 9th from 6-7:30pm on stage at the IU Auditorium. This event is free and open to the public.


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