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Kipp Gallery

Celebrating the Lively Arts’ 25th anniversary!Kipp Gallery, located in Sprowls Hall, offers a variety of art exhibits throughout the year, including touring exhibits, invitationals, and works by advanced students in the Department of Art.

Other exhibits and art events are offered by the University Museum.

Kipp Gallery Information and Ground Plans.

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The Mountain and the Bumble Bee

October 30–December 5; Kipp Gallery, Sprowls Hall

This traveling exhibition features work by artists and poets from across America using a wide variety of media to confront broadly defined notions of landscape as both cultural icon and raw material.

The Mountain and the Bumble Bee

Muslim/American, American/Muslim

October 30–December 5; Annex Gallery, Sprowls Hall

In recognition of the new and expanded Islamic Center in White Township, this exhibition will feature photographs by Robert Gerhardt of mosques and Muslim communities.

Muslim Americans listening to the imam

2015 MFA Thesis Exhibitions 

February 7–March 5; University Museum, Sutton Hall

Master of Fine Arts candidates will have their work featured in the Art Department at IUP, the University Museum, and in the galleries of Sprowls Hall.

2015 MFA Thesis Exhibitions

Name is the Surface

March 19–April 16; Kipp Gallery, Sprowls Hall

This solo exhibit will feature the works of Texas-born, Pittsburgh-based artist Corey Escoto, who inverts and explores the relationship of the three-dimensional world to the flat, two-dimensional surface of its representation.

Name is the Surface

BFA Thesis Exhibit 2015

April 30–May 9; Kipp Gallery, Sprowls Hall

We end the Spring 2015 semester with an exhibit highlighting the works of graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students majoring in Studio Art.

BFA Thesis Exhibit 2015

Master of Arts Thesis Exhibit 2014

August 8–September 4; Kipp Gallery and Annex Galleries, Sprowls Hall

This late-summer exhibition will feature a variety of artwork by the 2014 Master of Arts graduating class.

Master of Arts Thesis Exhibit 2014

Songs, Sonnets, and Stolen Lines

September 11–October 16; Kipp Gallery, Sprowls Hall

This exhibit will feature paintings and drawings by artist Teresa Getty, who uses her childhood memories for inspiration.

Songs, Sonnets, and Stolen Lines
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    Fisher Auditorium
    403 South Eleventh Street
    Indiana, PA 15705-1008
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