UAG 2014 | 15
"Reach," Sierra Miller, Digital Photography

BFA Thesis and BS Senior Exhibit

Dec 1 > Dec 13, 2014

"Double French Money," Larry Rivers

POPOP

Aug 18 > Sept 19, 2014

"Sundown at the Ziz Valley," Austen Leake, Digital Photo
"Sitting Bull," Andy Warhol

POPOP

Aug 18 > Sept 19, 2014

"American Adam and Eve," Chester Burton

Faculty Exhibit

Sept 27 > Oct 25, 2014

"Thank You Hide," Wiley

POPOP

Aug 18 > Sept 19, 2014

"I'm Sorry, I Can Care," Jason Krueger

Faculty Exhibit

Sept 27 > Oct 25, 2014

Now On View:

Calling All Artists!Keep Calm and Art On

Juried Student Exhibition 2015

January 26 - February 13

With over $3,000 Dollars of cash awards this is an exhibition you won't want to miss! Open to any enrolled ISU student the Juried Student Exhibition gives everyone a chance to use their creative talents and gain some professional gallery experience. Pick up an entry form stop by the Gallery or click HERE. For more information call 812-237-3720

 

 

 

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Up Next:

UAG Coffee CupJuror's Lecture and Coffee

Thursday, Jan 22, 5:00PM

What goes together better than a lively discussion and a cup of coffee? Not much. Enjoy both during an art talk by iMOCA's Gallery director Shauta Marsh. Her experience with grassroots art projects like Big Car and the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art will make for an engaging lecture!





 

 

 

About the UAG

The University Art Gallery (UAG) of Indiana State University (ISU) is an educational and cultural institution dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting modern and contemporary art. As a component of the Department of Art, UAG’s programs adhere to the overall mission of ISU, embracing its values of academic excellence and community engagement. ISU’s permanent art collection and UAG are unique educational resources that serve the campus, surrounding communities, and the region. Through its innovative exhibitions and programs, UAG seeks to promote scholarship, inspire creative excellence, and deepen an understanding of the visual arts.