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The University Art Gallery

 In 1997, the University Art Gallery moved to the newly constructed Center for Performing and Fine Arts. The University Gallery is a state-of-the-art facility with combined exhibition space of well over 2,000 square feet. By offering an array of programs in the visual arts, the University Gallery shares in the overall effort to achieve the educational objectives of the Department of Art and Indiana State University. Our department’s Visiting Artist/Scholar program brings to the University a slate of distinguished artists, art historians, and art critics who exhibit and share their insights with students and the larger community. Support for these artists and scholars comes in part from the Indiana Arts Commission and the Williamson Memorial Artist Residence/Lecture Series Endowment.

In addition to the University Art Gallery, the Department of Art and Design has two other galleries: Turman is located in the Fine Arts Building and is used for short-term exhibits, and Bare Montgomery, located in the Fairbanks Hall is run exclusively by students. Within its attractive and intimate setting, Bare Montgomery gallery enables student artists to gain valuable experience by placing their artworks before the public. ISU Students also show their work in the Gallery of the Hulman Memorial Student Union building.

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