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Faculty exhibition features 40 artists at Grunwald Gallery

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Betsy Stiratt's "Space & Volume" piece will be displayed at the Grunwald Gallery of Art's School of Art, Architecture + Design Faculty Exhibition until Feb. 9. The exhibit features more than 40 faculty artists. Courtesy Photo Buy Photos

The School of Art, Architecture + Design Faculty Exhibition will be open to the public through Feb. 9 at the Grunwald Gallery of Art, according to a December press release.

More than 40 faculty artists whose work is displayed in the gallery will give talks at noon Jan. 19 and 26. These talks will be free and open to the public.

The gallery, which is located in the Fine Arts building at IU, is open from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. While it is closed Sunday and Monday, people are welcome to make appointments to visit and view exhibits. You can also view a 360-tour of the exhibit here.

The works of art span many areas of study at IU’s School of Art, Architecture + Design, including textiles, printmaking, ceramics, graphic design, sculpture, digital art, video, photography, painting and metalsmithing.

Many faculty artists have had their artwork displayed in exhibits around the world, including Chicago, New York City, Japan, the Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Thailand and Paraguay, the release stated.

The Grunwald Gallery presents more than 30 exhibits each year by presenting contemporary art by professional and student artists.

The gallery works with artists, scientists and scholars to interpret visual art, whether traditional or experimental, in a scientific or humanities context, according to the press release.

“The Gallery is conceived as a visual art laboratory with artists participating in the installation of their works, and interaction with students and the public is encouraged,” the release stated.

By Christine Fernando

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