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IU Library Hosting Viewing, Public Art Event For Inauguration Day
Updated May 5, 2013 1:01 AM | Filed under: WBIW News
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(BLOOMINGTON) - If you're a fan of the incoming president, or are just wanting to be a part of something for Inauguration Day, the Wells Library at Indiana University in Bloomington is inviting the public to a public art event.

An interactive art project, titled "Yes We Can," invites visitors and participants to scribe their, "hopes and dreams for American democracy," onto a number of panels that will remain on display in the library's lobby for several days afterward.

Or, if you're not much of a public art participant, but are a social animal, you can also join other visitors to watch the inauguration ceremony in the library from 11:30 Tuesday morning until 2:00pm Tuesday afternoon.

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