The books and catalogues produced to accompany those shows are distributed

The books and catalogues produced to accompany those

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across the United States and around the world. The books and catalogues produced to accompany those shows are distributed worldwide and are available at a discount to all students, staff, and faculty. In addition to exhibitions, University Galleries presents extensive educational programs open to the University and general community, including artist lectures, panel discussions, work- shops, films and videos, guided tours, research and study facilities, informational brochures, and internships. All University Galleries sponsored events are free. The facilities also are used to host meetings, dance and music events, plays, perfor- mances, lectures, readings, and films for a variety of university and community groups. UNIVERSITY MUSEUMS The Eyestone School Museum, a renovated 1900 one-room school, is located at Adelaide Street and College Avenue. The Stevenson Memorial Room, on the first floor of Stevenson Hall, displays memorabilia of the Stevenson family with particular emphasis on Adlai E. Stevenson II. The President’s Gallery, located on the fourth floor of Hovey Hall, features a rotating series of exhibitions highlighting the University’s art collections. PLANETARIUM Corner of School Street and College Avenue, (309) 438-5007 The Planetarium serves more than 15,000 visi- tors annually, including grade school and high school students as well as the campus community and public. More than 250,000 people have visited the planetarium since 1964. Administered by the Department of Physics, the planetarium is located at the east end of Felmley Hall. This celestial theatre-in-the-round provides a unique environment that is used by astronomy and other university classes. Primary and secondary school students can select from a variety of programs or have special programs tai- lor-made to suit their specific interests. In addi- tion, regular public shows are scheduled providing a popular form of enriching entertainment. The 30-foot domed structure seats 110 individuals and houses a Spitz A-3P star projector. The star pro- jector and various other multi-media effects are used to recreate the wonders of the universe. For information about current offerings and arranging special presentations contact the Planetarium at (309) 438-2496, or access the planetarium’s World Wide Web home page at: . Campus Services DISABILITY CONCERNS 350 Fell Hall, (309) 438-5853—Voice (309) 438-8620—TTY Disability Concerns, a unit of the Student Affairs Division, is the office that is designated to provide approved accommodation services to stu- dents, faculty, staff, and visitors with disabilities. The mission of Disability Concerns is to ensure full and equal participation for persons with disabilities in the Illinois State University community through: empowering individuals, promoting equal access, Campus Experience
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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