Comics and Graphic Novels: UIMA School Programs Collections features classic superheroes, Golden Age newspaper comics, historical fiction and epic tales. Epic, satirical, dramatic and evocative,... Read more
In late nineteenth-century Paris, as artists and writers became disenchanted with their materialistic society and with naturalism’s attention to the physical world, a variety of creative and... Read more
Join us for light refreshments as we celebrate the opening of our newest temporary exhibit, "I am Everyday People: Photographs by Kurt Ullrich." Through his black-and-white images, Kurt Ullrich... Read more
Contrasts are important in Márta Nagy's work. She uses coarse stoneware alongside refined porcelain and translucent silk. The subtle colour combinations are extremely personal, in terms of the... Read more
Louis Nelson is a specialist in the built environments of American colonial architecture and the architectures and landscapes of the early modern Atlantic world. Nelson’s teaching and research... Read more
Join us for light refreshments as we celebrate the opening of our newest temporary exhibit, “Illustrations of Don Quixote: Interpretation of Imagination” and kick off a semester of events across... Read more
Sunil Iyengar, Director of the Office of Research & Analysis at the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), will give a public talk on the Economics of a Creative Economy.
Iyengar and... Read more
Traci Molloy, visiting artist in Printmaking, will present "Beneath the Acne: Art, Collaboration, and Activism." Molloy is a Brooklyn-based artist and social activist. She explores adolescent... Read more
Staff from the University of Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist, the American Indian and Native Studies Program, and Departments of History and English will be participating in the 2015... Read more
Mathew McConnell (b. 1979, Johnstown, PA) holds an MFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a BFA from Valdosta State University in Georgia. He has held numerous solo exhibitions and his... Read more
"Depicting dense mélanges of ephemera, Levin creates microcosms in which objects ranging from paper dolls to rarefied art mix and mingle." Steve Levin paints in oil on canvas and copper. His... Read more
Barbara Kellum's lecture is entitled Family Affairs: A New Interpretation of the Porticus of Octavia in Augustan Rome.
Kellum earned an A.B. and A.M. from the University of Southern... Read more
Kenneth Josephson is known for his innovative and highly conceptual photographs. He creates beautifully printed, cerebral compositions that offer playful commentary. His works in the 1960s and... Read more
Ian Berry is Dayton Director of The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College. Berry has organized over ninety museum exhibitions including interdisciplinary... Read more
Presented by the Department of Dance, UI School of Music, School of Art and Art History, and the Department of Theatre Arts.
Students from the University of Iowa Department of Dance, School... Read more