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IU Northwest gallery features ‘Revising History’ photography exhibit until Dec. 10

Assistant professor Jennifer Greenburg imagines herself in past with digital recreations


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The Indiana University Northwest campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community are invited to view a unique representation of history through the eyes of Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Jennifer Greenburg in the Gallery for Contemporary Art.

Greenburg’s “Revising History” exhibit runs Monday, Nov. 21 through Saturday, Dec. 10. A reception is planned for 12 to 2 p.m., Monday, Nov. 21.

In the 13 images on display, Greenburg took photographs from the 1950s and digitally inserted herself and her family into the memories, creating a visual of a fantasy in which she is present in a place she never visited.

The IU Northwest Gallery for Contemporary Art is open to the public Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The gallery is located in the Savannah Center neighboring the IU Northwest Book Store.

The mission of the IU Northwest Gallery for Contemporary Art is to present an innovative exhibition program that complements and enhances the university’s academic offerings. Exhibit art collections are for study and research, and are also meant to educate the university community and general public about the forms and issues of contemporary and historic art from all cultures.

For more information, contact Gallery Director Ann Fritz at (219) 980-6891 or e-mail