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ART EXHIBITS

The Gallery and The Pioneer Room, located on the 3rd floor of the Memorial Union, display art exhibits that include regional artists as well as student and juried exhibits. New exhibits are rotated every four to six weeks.  Because both rooms double as meeting rooms, please call (515) 296-6848 for open viewing times between 8am and 8pm daily.

The Multicultural Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Memorial Union.  Exhibits embrace, express, and celebrate the diverse cultures of Iowa State University and create a welcoming space for students and the community.  Hours are Monday through Thursday from 8am – 11pm, Friday from 8am – 5pm and Sunday from 5 – 11pm during the fall and spring semester.  Summer hours are Monday through Friday from 10am – 5pm.

Works are for sale.  For more information contact Letitia Kenemer at 515.294.0971

 

 

March 14 - April 21, 2014 in the Pioneer Room

Focus Grant Exhibit

Students apply for funding for creative projects outside of class work, and the annual exhibit showcases the visual art component of the program.  Highlights this year include an illustrated children’s book, a 4’ x 10’ doodle drawing of classic architecture in pen, and a series of paintings inspired by a trip to Kazakhstan. 

Reception April 15, 7pm in conjunction with the Focus Juried Reception
 

April 4 - May 4, 2014 in the Gallery

Focus 2014 Juried Exhibit


The final annual student exhibit of the school year is often one of the best!  The cream of the crop in drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, metals, woodworking and mixed media will be on display.
 
SUBMISSION INFORMATION HERE 
 
Reception April 15, 7pm in conjunction with the Focus Grant Reception

January - June 2014 in the Multicultural Center

 

Radford Davis: Life of Sierra Leone

A photographic exhibit that captures the lives, conditions, and challenges of the people in one of the poorest countries on Earth. With over half of the population living on less than $1.25 a day, many in Sierra Leone struggle to get enough to eat or pay for medicine. But the exhibit goes deeper, capturing the hope and joy that is beneath the surface.

 

Davis is an Associate Professor of Public Health in Veterinary Medicine at ISU.  His passion is documenting our world and its people through photo essays.

 

 

 

 

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