Who: Manuel Aviles (junior, geology) What: It is the Grim Reaper holding the death spade. The spades in the corners have been replaced with the letters ‘L,’ ‘B’ and ‘B.’ Where: Upper right shoulder Tattoo […]
Who: Alison Douglas (freshman, studio art) What: A lavender plant with purple and green coloring Location: Ribs Pain level: Painful, but brief Where: Black Cat Tattoo Parlor, Philadelphia Meaning: “My grandfather planted a different plant […]
The annual IUP art and literature publication will host a free launch party at 3 p.m. Monday in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Room 113. The New Growth Arts Review (NGAR) is an annually […]
[cft] Following the Day of the Dead skeleton processional around campus, a new exhibit, “Walk Through Latin America,” opened Saturday in the Indiana University of Pennsylvania University Museum in Sutton Hall. The exhibit features authentic […]
[cft] Four Indiana University of Pennsylvania students have created Blood is Also Red, an online portfolio for students to post original forms of art. “It’s going to be an online art gallery for original work […]
[cft] The exhibit Objects of Mourning by Indiana University of Pennsylvania alumna Renée Zettle-Sterling (Class of 1993) opened in the Kipp Annex Gallery in Sprowls Hall Thursday. The exhibit opened with an artist talk and […]
[cft] Delicate Membrane, an exhibit featuring the work of artists Daniel DiCaprio and Josefina Concha, opened Thursday in the Kipp Gallery located in Sprowls Hall. The exhibit will run through Oct. 8. Concha is a […]
[cft] “Cabinets of the Curious: Art Historians Collect” will be on display in the Kipp Gallery Annex in Sprowls Hall through Sept. 24. The attraction is a gallery exhibit featuring artwork from the personal collection […]
(Photos by Daniel Kirby/ The Penn) “The Museum Goes Downtown,” featuring selections from the University Museum’s permanent collection, is on display at The Artists Hand Gallery on Philadelphia Street.
(Photos by Daniel Kirby/ The Penn) Texas-born, Pittsburgh-based artist Corey Escato’s exhibition titled “Name is the Surface” will be on display until April 16.
The museum exhibit, “Hot Iron: A Victorian Industrial Fantasy,” has set the record for the best attended and most successful fundraiser during the annual gala at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Janet Blood, associate professor of […]