An exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints by New York artists Stan Brodsky, Bruce Dorfman, Robert Kipniss and Ellen Lanyon, all distinguished graduates of the UI School of Art and Art... Read more
Alden Lowell Doud, known always by his middle name, was a soft-spoken man whose quiet demeanor belied his passion for art and his loyalty to Iowa. After a career in international law and finance,... Read more
"Architectural Imaginations," exhibition of work by Halle Siepman, Master of Fine Arts candidate in Painting & Drawing.
Reception: Thursday March 5th, 5-7 PM, Kendall Gallery, 1st Floor... Read more
Exhibition of work by Jenny Braun, Master of Fine Arts candidate in Printmaking.
Exhibition of work by Makenzi Wolf, Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate in Graphic Design.
This is an exhibition loan to “Iowa Law: The Oldest Law School West of the Mississippi.”
French artist Honoré Daumier (1808 - 1879) created thousands of social and political caricatures... Read more
Exhibition of work by Alexander Brunsen, Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate in Graphic Design.
Exhibition of work by Taylor Yocom, Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate in Photography.
Exhibition of work by Becky Willerth, Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate in Painting
Exhibition of work by Katie Martin, Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate in Painting.
Exhibition of work by Matthew Williams, Master of Fine Arts candidate in Photography.
The practice of collecting artworks as mementos of one’s travels, as Alden Lowell Doud did, dates back to the Grand Tour. The biggest attraction of the tour’s culmination in Italy was the wealth... Read more
Party for art at the next University of Iowa Museum of Art (UIMA) First Friday reception on March 6, 5-6:30 p.m., at FilmScene! UIMA First Fridays provide an ideal chance to usher in your weekend... Read more
Barbara Takenaga’s paintings have been viewed in many ways – as abstract or representational, micro or macro, cartoon-goofy or cosmic-psychedelic. With a range of references that include physics... Read more
Have an up close and personal look at functional ceramics from the UIMA permanent and School Programs collections, as well as Fisher’s collection of works by other artists. Topics to be considered... Read more
Presented by the School of Music
Grant Wood’s last years were fraught with controversy that not only affected his own life and work, but also had a significant impact on the development of modern art in America. Wood taught... Read more