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  • Ojibwe Public Art, Ostrom Private Lives
    April 16 9:00am
    Ojibwe Public Art, Ostrom Private Lives explores works by late 20th century Ojibwe artists of Manitoulin Island, Canada, collected by Elinor and Vincent Ostrom. The exhibit was curated by a team of IU graduate students through a project partially supported by the IU College of Arts and Sciences Ostrom Grants Program. Free visitor parking is more »
  • Thoughts, Things, and Theories...What Is Culture?
    April 16 9:00am
    Thoughts, Things, and Theories...What Is Culture? examines the nature of culture through the exploration of cultural traditions surrounding life stages and universal needs. Free visitor parking is available by the Indiana Avenue lobby entrance. Metered parking is available at the McCalla School parking lot on the corner of Ninth Street and I more »
  • From the Big Bang to the World Wide Web: The Origins of Everything
    April 16 9:00am
    This exhibit examines history on a large scale, through the exploration of cosmic, biological, and human origins. Free visitor parking is available by the Indiana Avenue lobby entrance. Metered parking is available at the McCalla School parking lot on the corner of Ninth Street and Indiana Avenue. The parking lot also has spaces designated f more »
  • Assessing Authenticity: Museum Fakes and Mistakes
    April 16 9:00am
    This exhibit explores issues surrounding object identification and authentication within museums. Free visitor parking is available by the Indiana Avenue lobby entrance. Metered parking is available at the McCalla School parking lot on the corner of Ninth Street and Indiana Avenue. The parking lot also has spaces designated for Indiana Unive more »
  • New in the Galleries: High Technology and Mysticism: A Meeting Point
    April 16 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 »
Monday, November 4, 2013