Indiana State University, a four-year public university with over 80 undergraduate programs, and 75 graduate programs, unveiled One Of A Kind 3-dimensional commemorative art to highlight their Founder’s Day and 150th anniversary celebrations. Created by Lawrence M. Romorini, the artwork reflects the evolution and distinction of ISU as a dynamic teaching institution, driver in the community and longtime advocate of diversity.
The circular structure of the artwork, which is installed in the John W. Moore Welcome Center, suggests the cross section of a 150-year-old sycamore tree, on which 150 rings are inscribed. Superimposed is a sycamore-leaf shape surrounding ISU’s 150-year story.
An interactive website was also created to feature the individual items in the sesquicentennial artwork.View full size image.