Whether they were faithful to a source text, bound it, distilled it, or plucked it apart, the creators of these books were all inspired by William Shakespeare’s writings. Drop in to view this... Read more
This exhibition presents sculpture and two-dimensional examples of how artists develop their ideas, using a variety of materials and mediums. The exhibition is organized by Legacies for Iowa: A... Read more
The University of Iowa Museum of Art shares selected works from the UIMA School Program's Collections.
UI Museum of Art exhibition “Political Prints” confronts the viewer with the reality of our divisions. By presenting us with instances of promise and peril in recent America history, the artists... Read more
The Faculty at the School of Art and Art History has joined together to showcase their work in the Faculty Biennial Exhibition. This year’s show runs from September 1 - October 7, 2016 from 8:00am... Read more
Mike Metz lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He has exhibited in the United States and Internationally. Selected one person Installations include: Referrals, CUE ART Foundation, curated by... Read more
“Architecture for Art”
Presentation by Steven Holl and Chris McVoy of Steven Holl Architects, N.Y.
Oct 7, 2016
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Art Building West 240
Visual Arts... Read more
The University of Iowa's new Visual Arts Building, replacing the Art Building complex that was flooded in 2008, will celebrate its opening on October 7, 2016, with a special presentation by Steven... Read more
For much of the history of ceramics, the primary use of the clay medium was in functional ware, usually classified as pottery. While sculptural forms made of clay were plentiful, such works were... Read more
DJ Spooky (aka Paul D. Miller) is the executive editor of ORIGIN Magazine, a composer, multimedia artist, editor and author. The University of Iowa is commissioning an original electronic score by... Read more
Artist Emily Martin will speak on her recent work using Shakespeare’s tragedies as her source material.
Iowa Bibliophiles is a group that meets monthly at the University of Iowa... Read more
“More Than 60 Years”
With political imagery from her American People series and a firsthand account of the 1960s civil rights movement, Faith Ringgold will begin a lecture that surveys her... Read more
Summer Ventis’s work addresses internal and external landscapes and their intersections. She received a BA in Art from Grinnell College and an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Colorado... Read more
In conjunction with UIMA fall exhibition Clay Revisited: Traditions in Shards, Benj Upchurch will present his work in clay through a lecture and demonstration. Upchurch will discuss the creative... Read more