The University Museum is touring last fall’s successful exhibit “Invisible Threads...Common Grounds” to the University Art Gallery at Clarion University. The exhibit, which includes masterworks from the museum’s permanent collection by Paul Binai, Herbert Olds, Kathe Kollwitz, and Francisco Goya, will run from September 10 through October 31, 2009.
Dr. Vicky Clark of Clarion University—a very well-respected curator and critic—arranged for the show to tour as part of her work for IUP’s museum last fall. Bill Double, University Museum board president, is “thrilled to see the show get a second audience and very pleased that we have been able to effect a positive relationship with another state system school. We hope to do more such collaborations in the future.”
Arrangements are being made for the show to continue its “road-trip” at other venues. For more information about the Clarion University exhibit, call 814-393-2523.