Source: News at IU Bloomington
The invitation-only 200th Anniversary Luncheon, hosted by McRobbie at noon in Presidents Hall at Franklin Hall, will feature the unveiling of "Lux et Veritas" by Bonnie Sklarski, professor emerita in the IU Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design. The work, one of two commissioned for the IU Bicentennial, features two allegorical paintings representing IU's motto, which means "light and truth."
Later, a six-panel mural that depicts the modern history of IU Bloomington will be unveiled at the invitation-only 200th Anniversary Dinner hosted by McRobbie at 5:30 p.m. at Wright Quadrangle.
The mural, created by Caleb Weintraub, associate professor of painting in the IU Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, will be permanently installed at the north end of the Wright Quad dining hall.
The new panels join the seven existing murals that depict IU's history from 1820 to 1998, and will fill the gap through 2020.