Contemporary artist Jeff Koons will discuss his artistic practice in a conversation November 5 at IU. Widely regarded as one of the most important and controversial artists of our time, Koons' visit is presented by IU's Eskenazi Museum of Art in partnership with the Eskenazi School and the Luddy School. Complimentary tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis at this link.
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The Multiple Bodies project, produced by Bridge Video in partnership with Indiana University’s Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, is now live online and will premiere through the inaugural Bridge Film & Video Festival running October 27–28 at SITE/Less in Chicago, Illinois.
The photography site Lenscratch covers Eskenazi School Professor Emeritus Jeffrey A. Wolin's retrospective Measuring Time at the IU Eskenazi Museum of Art. The exhibition is on view through December 17, 2023.
In collaboration with the artist-run nonprofit Ethical Metalsmiths, Eskenazi School jewelers transformed donations made by members of the Bloomington community last summer into new pieces to be exhibited in Radical Jewelry Makeover, opening January 19, 2024 at the Grunwald Gallery. Limestone Post covers the project.
With a call to a historic business that helped build Jasper, the newly christened Piano Alley was celebrated October 10. Read the Dubois County Free Press coverage of the mural dedication.
Featured visual artist at this year's Lotus Festival, M.F.A. ceramicist Michelle Solorzano's thesis project draws upon the masks worn during the celebration of Carnival in her native Dominican Republic. Read the Indiana Daily Student's profile of the Eskenazi graduate student.
Working through the school's ServeDesign Center and in tandem with community stakeholders, Eskenazi students designed and implemented an alley activation project in Jasper, Indiana that will be dedicated October 10. Part of a recent tide of downtown revitalization, the ground-to-wall mural reprises Jasper's musical legacy.
Limiting her palette to red and black, fashion design faculty Jooyoung Shin constructed garments that contrast the silhouettes of women's attire in the East and the West. The Cook Center hosts a reception for Shin's show "Alterity" October 6, 5-7 p.m. Read the IDS's coverage of the show -- on view through October 22.
At Saturday's Lotus in the Park, M.F.A. ceramicist Michelle Solorzano will show visitors how to make masks inspired by the pageantry of Carnival in her native Dominican Republic. Solorzano is the featured visual artist of the 30th annual Lotus World Music & Arts Festival, taking place Sept 28-Oct 1.
A showcase of contemporary American ceramics and a professional opportunity for ceramicists, the Indiana Clay Conference convenes artists and enthusiasts for lectures, demos, exhibitions, and panel discussions October 7-8 at the Monroe County Convention Center and on the IUB campus.