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The Herron galleries want to support all students who wish to participate in our programming, though, in order to do so, we must abide to the university's policies.
A student may request an interpreter free of charge through Adaptive Educational Services (AES) for course related programs. All requests must occur at least two days prior to the event and are scheduled through Leslie House (email@example.com). In this case, since the student is required to attend lectures in order to gain credit for a class, it is considered course related. Therefore, according to this policy, the responsibility to request an interpreter falls to the student.
If a student, staff, faculty member or a member of the public would like to request an interpreter for a public event, and attendance to the event is not a course requirement, then responsibility to request an interpreter falls to the event organizer. Therefore, a public request for an interpreter for gallery programming should be directed to either Lukas Schooler (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Paula Katz (email@example.com) at least 48 hours in advance.
For building and parking maps of Eskenazi Hall and Eskenazi Fine Arts Center visit the map page.
Use this event request form for all exhibitions, events, receptions, etc. in which you may be involved - on or off campus.
You can find recent data regarding careers for artists, designers and art scholars on our Careers In The Arts page.
To file a formal complaint fill out the Student Complaint Form and deliver it to Herron's Student Services office. Before filing a formal complaint consider whether an informal complaint is more appropriate for resolving your issue. Included in the Student Complaint Form document are the official student complaint procedures for Herron students.
Request a copy of your academic transcript from IUPUI.
Students can browse and reply to job postings from local organizations at HerronTalent.com (registration required.)
The Herron Lighting Studio is a space for shooting images and video in a controlled, lit, professional environment. It is a resource that is shared by all departments, faculty and students.
You can use this Oncourse site to check the calendar for studio availabililty, use the forms in the "Resources" tab to request use of the space or report any issues you may have that pertain to the lighting studio.
Read through the showcard resource page for information regarding printing and the use of Herron's signature on your showcard. You can also download the Herron signature and a few showcard templates from this page.
Use the show submission form to submit your off-campus show for promotion on the Herron website.
Use this tech request form for all technology requests and computer issues.
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Sat.–Sun.: 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.