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  • New in the Galleries: High Technology and Mysticism: A Meeting Point
    April 19 10:00am
    Continuing through May 4, 2014 Gallery of the Art of the Western World, Doris Steinmetz Kellett Gallery of Twentieth- Century Art, first floor At the onset of the Digital Revolution, the American pop artist James Rosenquist began to ponder how our new relationship with computers would change our lives, our understanding of religion, and more »
  • Exhibit, Giving Back to Africa: Beta Histoire
    April 19 10:00am
    Thomas T. Solley Atrium, second floor Children in the Democratic Republic of Congo tell stories to each other every night. These stories often have a moral lesson or try to explain something in the world. The storytelling always begins with a child raising his/her hand and saying, "Beta Histoire," or "I want to tell a story.&q more »
  • New in the Galleries, Jerry N. Uelsmann: More than Meets the Eye
    April 19 10:00am
    Gallery of the Art of the Western World, Doris Steinmetz Kellett Endowed Gallery of Twentieth-Century Art, first floor A recipient of this year's prestigious IU Distinguished Alumnus Award, Uelsmann (MFA, MS 1960) was the first student to receive an MFA in photography from Indiana University, where he studied with Henry Holmes Smith. Pri more »
  • Special Exhibition: Matisse's Jazz and Other Works from Indiana University Collections
    April 19 10:00am
    In addition to highlighting the IU Art Museum’s rare complete suite of twenty color stencil prints from Jazz—Matisse’s last and greatest book project—this exhibition will include more than thirty other works by this modern master from the holdings of the Art Museum, Fine Arts Library, and Lilly Library. Special more »
  • Special Exhibition, Francesco Solimena: Picturing the World for an Eighteenth-Century Royal Wedding
    April 19 10:00am
    April 2–May 25, 2014 Judi and Milt Stewart Hexagon Gallery, first floor Through a selection of pieces coming from the Getty Research Institute, the IU Fine Arts Library, the Lilly Library, and the IU Art Museum collection, this exhibition focuses on one of the IU Art Museum’s masterpieces, Francesco Solimena’s Allegory more »
February 2012