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An art piece entitled “The Messenger” by Iowa State sophomores Mali Bilstad, Laney Krebs, Darbi Shaw, Ryan Piloni and senior Kayleen Mercer as well as Alexzandria Cheatham hangs in the entry way of the Ames Public Library on Aug. 14. The event Wearable Art, hosted by the library, runs from A…

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An art piece entitled Ostinatos on display on the grounds floor of the Ames Public Library on Aug. 14 as part of the Wearable Art exhibit. The piece was inspired by Eberhard Weber’s pendulum, according to the artists. 

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An art piece entitled “Aquarium” by Iowa State sophomores Rachel Renk, Sophia Camarato, Elena Minor, and Emmarie Husemann on display at the Ames Public Library on Aug. 14 as a part of the library’s Wearable Art exhibit. The event runs from Aug. 14 to Aug. 24.

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An art piece entitled “Serenity by Iowa State sophomores Madison Klocke, Yariela Lopez-Padilla Aspen Sipes, junior Sydney Chicos as well as Laryssa Souza de Andra de Emeira on display at the Ames Public Library event Wearable Art on Aug. 14. The group credits the inspiration for the design t…

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An art piece entitled “Dichotomy of Thought by Iowa State sophomores Elizabeth Chadima, Najla Evans and Cooper Worth as well as freshman Oliver Goche on display at the Ames Public Library on Aug. 14 during the Wearable Art exhibit. The exhibit features wearable designs from first-year studen…

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An art piece entitled “Hens and Roosters” by Iowa State seniors Jack Chasse and Karla Espino-Santa-Maria as well as sophomore Kayla Ropp on display at the Ames Public Library Wearable Art exhibit on Aug. 14. The exhibit runs from Aug. 14 to Aug. 24.

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An art piece entitled “Zenaida” on display at the Ames Public Library on Aug. 14 during the Wearable Art exhibit. The exhibit features designs by first-year students in the College of Design. 

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An art piece entitled “Iridescence by Andrea Sayler and Danielle Chance on display at the Ames Public Library’s Wearable Art exhibit. The artist credited inspiration for the piece to the song “Lilies of the Valley”.