Together, the University Museum and Kipp Gallery offer a full array of visual art experiences for the entire community.
Encompassing major touring exhibits, regional artists, and faculty and student work, there is something for every taste in this year's exhibit schedule.
View the Events Calendar for all of the Lively Arts.
September 10, 2011, 6:00 p.m., University Museum, John Sutton Hall
This year’s gala is inspired by the German Expressionist artists of the early twentieth century and their cosmopolitan setting. Reservations are required.
September 13–December 3, 2011, University Museum, John Sutton Hall
The opening exhibit features paintings, prints, and collages by world-exhibited artist Paul Binai, whose bold images comment pointedly on issues and events of his time.
February 11–March 24, 2012, University Museum, John Sutton Hall
This invitational exhibition will include recent works by current faculty members of the IUP Department of Art.
October 6–November 11, 2011, Kipp Gallery, Sprowls Hall
Bonnie Collura creates abstract biomorphic sculptures and drawings that are rooted in figuration, drawing together systems of connected characters from mainstream popular culture, mythology, and folklore.
November 8–December 9, 2011, Kipp Gallery Annex, Sprowls Hall
This touring exhibition showcases the work of seven contemporary ceramists. It is curated by Kipp Gallery director Kyle Houser, in collaboration with Jill Foote-Hutton of the Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana.
February 9–March 9, 2012, Kipp Gallery, Sprowls Hall
Joelle Dietrick develops two-dimensional and time-based artworks that consider contemporary nomadism and twenty-first-century power structures.
April 13–May 5, 2012, University Museum, John Sutton Hall
An annual tradition, this exhibit highlights the vast and varied pieces created in an assortment of art media by graduate students in the Department of Art.
Lise de la Salle, piano
March 20, Ovations!
HAYA: Migration Concert
April 05, Ovations!
University Museum Goes Downtown
April 1–May 21, Artists Hand Gallery, Philadelphia Street, Indiana