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IU students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in fine arts publicly show off
their creativity and graphic talents once a year at the Henry Radford
Hope School of Fine Arts BFA Group Show.
Students can now enjoy the new “Women of IU” exhibit in the East Lounge of the IMU.After
many years, the portraits of IU’s 17 former presidents have
been removed and replaced by portraits of influential women in IU's history.
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, the IU Art Museum featured a special
installation and activity as well as a one-day sale at Angles Café &
Large crowds visited the Grunwald Gallery of Art to view more than
90 artworks that aim to expose issues with gender, identity, sexuality
and reproduction at the opening reception of the eighth annual Kinsey
Institute Juried Art Show Friday evening.
Bloomington galleries offer student and local artists venues to display their work around town.
In a flash of colored skirts and twinkling hand chimes, the dancers
entertained the students and families attending the festival.
Two new fall exhibitions, “Past/Present” and “La Vida Sexual,” will have
their opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at The Kinsey
Throughout September, the United Way of Monroe County will partner with
the City of Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District to present “This
is How I Live United,” a photography exhibit featuring works from local
“Art Interrupted” is the resurrection of a 1946 show that attempted
to establish an American cultural identity, but died a premature death
because Congress thought it too controversial.
Twenty-four original works by local artist Patricia Coleman adorn the El Norteno gallery, giving it a light and color all its own.
Disease," an exhibit of illustrations of 16th through mid-19th century diseases, will be on display at the Lilly Library now through Dec. 20.
Wonderlab’s latest mini-exhibition, “Nature’s Vampires,” explores the
habits of bed bugs with live, magnified views and interactive,
touch-screen games, allowing visitors to learn where the creatures would
most likely be tucked away.
A traveling Smithsonian exhibit featuring vibrant, complex stories of
Asian-American history and culture will be on display from 4 to 6 p.m.
Thursday at the Asian Culture Center, 807 E. 10th St.
Tesoros Latinos, created to showcase the variety of Hispanic art on display, shows off IU's rich Hispanic culture.
“Fables,” a showcase of paintings by Bloomington artist Paul Kane, will begin showing Friday at the Venue Fine Art & Gifts.
IU students and members of the IU and Bloomington communities gathered
Wednesday in the second floor gallery of the IU Art Museum for another
installment of the museum’s popular noon talk series.
The IU Art Museum is welcoming a collection of puppets from Java that
will be on display on the second floor of the Museum in the Gallery of
the Art of Asia and the Ancient Western World.
The IU Art Museum will present an exhibition that features work from
early 20th-century Indiana artists from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday.
Bloomington-based artist Cappi Phillips’ parents always encouraged her to pursue a “real job.”
The Grunwald Gallery of Art is currently displaying three new exhibits:
“Shift,” “These Moments Existed” and “Metal Inkorporated.” The exhibits will be shown through Nov. 21.