75 Years In Pictures
September, October 2019
Dig into the archives and take a step back in time as you experience the history of Indiana University Kokomo. The special exhibition, 75 Years in Pictures, is a photographic trip through time the people, places, and things that have made IU Kokomo what it is today.
24th Annual High School Exhibition
May, June 2019
Juniors and Seniors from high schools within our region will have their works on display in a variety of mediums.
Student Exhibition 2019
March, April 2019
Join us in the Art Gallery to view the work created by our students this academic year. There are several different levels of work that showcase various mediums such as paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewelry, metalwork, ceramics, digital, mixed media, and graphic design. Opening reception Wednesday, March 27, 2019 4-7 p.m. As always, free and open to the public.
February, March 2019
Perturbation comes from the old French word “perturbacion” meaning disturbing, distressing, or a state of anxiety and mental uneasiness. This juried exhibition will showcase art that represents this word. Works can include themes of gothic, macabre, horror, and mental health, but we are open to all literal and symbolic interpretations related to perturbation. The goal of the exhibition is to create a unique and unsettling gallery experience.
The Art of Alzheimer's Disease: Art Therapy Gives Rise to Social Belonging & Self-Esteem
An estimated 5.7 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease, an irreversible degeneration of the brain causing disruptions in memory, language and more. This exhibit features individual and group works created in a 6-week art therapy group led by IU Kokomo faculty Brooke Komar. The pieces show the impact of the disease.