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    May 30 7:00am
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    May 30 9:00am
    This workshop lasts 3 hours, and is part of the certificate series Access 2016 End-User Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of complex databases and are critical to designing and working with sophisticated databases. This workshop is intended for participants who are familiar with the ba more »
Sunday, May 28, 2017
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    • CLOSED
      May 28 12:00am
      The competition lap pool for lap swim is closed. more »
    • CLOSED - Memorial Day
      May 29 12:00am
      Closed more »
    • Competition Pool
      May 30 5:30am
      Lap Swim more »
    • Instructional Pool
      May 30 7:00am
      Lap Swim  more »
    • Access 2016: Structuring & Relating Data
      May 30 9:00am
      This workshop lasts 3 hours, and is part of the certificate series Access 2016 End-User Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of complex databases and are critical to designing and working with sophisticated databases. This workshop is intended for participants who are familiar with the ba more »
    Sunday, May 28, 2017
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      • CLOSED
        May 28 12:00am
        The competition lap pool for lap swim is closed. more »
      • CLOSED - Memorial Day
        May 29 12:00am
        Closed more »
      • Competition Pool
        May 30 5:30am
        Lap Swim more »
      • Instructional Pool
        May 30 7:00am
        Lap Swim  more »
      • Access 2016: Structuring & Relating Data
        May 30 9:00am
        This workshop lasts 3 hours, and is part of the certificate series Access 2016 End-User Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of complex databases and are critical to designing and working with sophisticated databases. This workshop is intended for participants who are familiar with the ba more »
      Sunday, May 28, 2017
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        • CLOSED
          May 28 12:00am
          The competition lap pool for lap swim is closed. more »
        • CLOSED - Memorial Day
          May 29 12:00am
          Closed more »
        • Competition Pool
          May 30 5:30am
          Lap Swim more »
        • Instructional Pool
          May 30 7:00am
          Lap Swim  more »
        • Access 2016: Structuring & Relating Data
          May 30 9:00am
          This workshop lasts 3 hours, and is part of the certificate series Access 2016 End-User Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of complex databases and are critical to designing and working with sophisticated databases. This workshop is intended for participants who are familiar with the ba more »
        Sunday, May 28, 2017

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          Summary

          Artists and scholars from across the country will join leaders from Indianapolis’s arts and culture sector in an interdisciplinary day-long symposium dedicated to exploring the complex relationships among art, race, and civic space.  Participants will begin by reflecting on artist Fred Wilson’s E Pluribus Unum, a public art commission for the Indianapolis Culture Trail that was cancelled in 2011 due to controversy surrounding Wilson’s appropriation of a freed slave figure from the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.  Building on the ideas about race, class, visual culture, and democratic debate that emerge from the Indianapolis project, presenters will also address related historical and contemporary examples from other parts of the United States.  In order to encourage public dialogue about art, race, and space, the symposium will provide an opportunity for audience members and presenters to engage in conversations about these matters throughout the day.  Presenters include internationally-recognized artist Fred Wilson as well as leading experts in public art, race, and civic identity in the United States including Renée Ater (University of Maryland), Amos Brown (Radio One, Indianapolis), Bridget Cooks (UC Irvine), Erika Doss (University of Notre Dame), Linda Duke (Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University), Paul Mullins (IUPUI), Richard Pierce (University of Notre Dame), Mindy Taylor Ross (Art Strategies, Indianapolis), and Dell Upton (UCLA). The symposium is free and open to the public

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          • CLOSED
            May 28 12:00am
            The competition lap pool for lap swim is closed. more »
          • CLOSED - Memorial Day
            May 29 12:00am
            Closed more »
          • Competition Pool
            May 30 5:30am
            Lap Swim more »
          • Instructional Pool
            May 30 7:00am
            Lap Swim  more »
          • Access 2016: Structuring & Relating Data
            May 30 9:00am
            This workshop lasts 3 hours, and is part of the certificate series Access 2016 End-User Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of complex databases and are critical to designing and working with sophisticated databases. This workshop is intended for participants who are familiar with the ba more »
          Sunday, May 28, 2017