NewsArts & Culture / May 11, 2020

Local Artist Uses Digital And Traditional Media In Work For NFL Team

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Tom Day, an artist in residence at the Harrison Center for the Arts, uses digital and traditional media to create his art. - Courtesy of Tom Day

Tom Day, an artist in residence at the Harrison Center for the Arts, uses digital and traditional media to create his art.

Courtesy of Tom Day

In the COVID-19 pandemic, many Indianapolis creatives are learning more about how to use technology to share and sell their work. Tom Day, an artist in residence at the Harrison Center for the Arts, uses digital and traditional media to create his art.

From our Arts and Culture Desk, WFYI ‘s Jill Ditmire spoke with Day about his work for the Seattle Seahawks. He joined the conversation by phone, and it starts with how he learns about their draft picks.

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