Current Exhibitions

paper-bound abstractions

Curated by Indiana State University Interns Grace Berry and Nicole Gruenwald. 

Closes Wednesday, May 25, 2022

In curating this exhibition, we wanted to expose works from the collection that are rarely seen, and decided to focus on works on paper. Our obsession began when we realized how many amazing works on paper were kept out of sight in flat files. Works on paper are exhibited less frequently than paintings for practical reasons. They must be handled with great care and protected from overexposure to light. When works on paper are displayed, they are put in reusable frames for exhibition, then returned to safe storage in the flat files afterwards. We found that we graveted toward more abstract works, so we decided to continue with the theme. Please enjoy our favorite paper-bound abstractions.

55th Annual Student Art Exhibition

April 9 – May 22

This exhibition features artwork by students grades k – 12 in Vigo County and surrounding counties. High school works were juried by Ian Carey, Permanent Art Collection Curator at Indiana State University. Elementary and middle school entries are not juried for exhibition or judged for awards. Click here to learn more about this exhibition.

Renoir and the Hoosier Impressionists

December 3 – May 29

This exhibition features “Fleurs dans un vase jaune” by artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir and highlights some of our best works by impressionist artists who painted right here in Indiana. Many of the works of art in this exhibition are from the permanent collection, but haven’t been on public display in recent memory… you’re sure to see something new to you. This exhibition shows off the newly renovated first floor gallery in stunning fashion! Come experience “Renoir and the Hoosier Impressionists” with us.

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