Central Calendar

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

CANCELED: Art Exhibition by Eleanor Aldrich and Ashley A. Jones

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

The Lively Arts

This exhibit runs from January 19 to February 12.

This event is free admission. 

Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Dr. Wang Xi discusses the leading black abolitionist Frederick Douglass and how his 1869 speech "Our Composite Nationality" defined the characteristics of the new American nation evolved from the Civil War.

Join us on zoom.

Exhibit: Ned Wert, A Retrospective

University Museum, First Floor Sutton Hall

The Lively Arts

This exhibition represents an outstanding 60+ year career as an artist, mentor, and educator. Paintings on display are from the artist’s personal collection and the University Museum’s permanent collection in addition to others generously on loan from private collections. The exhibit will also feature a video interview with the artist.

This exhibit is open Tuesday, January 26, through Saturday, March 20, in the University Museum, located on the first floor of Sutton Hall. The University Museum welcomes visitors during the following hours: 

2:00–5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday,

Special Saturday hours of 2:00–5:00 p.m. on March 6, 13, and 20.

The Haven Project will offer a workshop to learn about Stalking. 

Join us to learn about stalking behaviors, safety tips, safety apps, and resources that are available if you need help (on or off campus).  You are not alone. Help is available.  

Link: https://iupvideo.zoom.us/j/99455840819

For more information, email haven-project@iup.eduStalking

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We can provide proof of attendance, so you can receive credit for the presentation (prior approval is needed from your professor or other groups before credit can be given). 

Monthly meeting of fraternity and sorority chapter leaders.

Thursday, February 4, 2021

Exhibit: Ned Wert, A Retrospective

University Museum, First Floor Sutton Hall

The Lively Arts

This exhibition represents an outstanding 60+ year career as an artist, mentor, and educator. Paintings on display are from the artist’s personal collection and the University Museum’s permanent collection in addition to others generously on loan from private collections. The exhibit will also feature a video interview with the artist.

This exhibit is open Tuesday, January 26, through Saturday, March 20, in the University Museum, located on the first floor of Sutton Hall. The University Museum welcomes visitors during the following hours: 

2:00–5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday,

Special Saturday hours of 2:00–5:00 p.m. on March 6, 13, and 20.