UAG 2015 | 16
"Peddlers," Screenprint by Yuji Hiratsuka, 2010

PAC Exhibition 2015

Aug 20 > Sept 18, 2015

Gallery view of painting section, 2015.

PAC Exhibition 2015

Aug 20 > Sept 20, 2015

"Potato Socket #1," Jayme Curley, ceramic

PAC Exhibition 2015

Aug 20 > Sept 18, 2015

Untitled painting by Donald Brown, 1975. Palm trees at sunset.

PAC Exhibition 2015

Aug 20 > Sept 18, 2015

"American Adam and Eve," Chester Burton

Faculty Exhibit 2015

Sept 28 > Oct 30, 2015

Install view of the Gallery with Ceramic floor piece

PAC Exhibition 2015

Aug 20 > Sept 18, 2015

Gallery view of Section with Potato Ceramic piece.

PAC Exhibit 2015

Aug 20 > Sept 18, 2015

Now on View:

Children's Art from the Terezin Concentration Camp

Turman Gallery, Fine Arts; November 9 - November 20; 1pm-7pm, Monday - Saturday

Only 69 kilometers from Prague, the fortress of Theresienstadt (Terezin) became a Jewish concentration camp after German forces expanded into Czechoslovakia during the late 1930s. Under the pretext of protecting the Jews from the horrors of war, Hitler sent thousands to be housed there, where the population swelled to over 55,000. Many were notable artists, writers, and musicians, who like the other inhabitants, eventually were transported to Auschwitz and killed.

 Over 97,000 Jews from Terezin died. Among them were 15,000 children, many of whom created art with the guidance of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, a former student of the Bauhaus School.

This exhibit of 40 drawings from over 5,000 that were snuck out of the camp offers a unique look at the tragic experience of these talented Jewish children. Along with this extraordinary exhibit, current students from North High School, West Terre Haute Middle School, and the Community School of the Arts will display their own works of art that were created in response to the Holocaust.

If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact the office #812-237-3720 or email

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Up Next:

Bfa Thesis and BS Senior Shows

December 4 - December 12

Reception: Friday, December 4, 4-6pm


About the UAG

The University Art Gallery (UAG) of Indiana State University (ISU) is an educational and cultural institution dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting modern and contemporary art. As a component of the Department of Art, UAG’s programs adhere to the overall mission of ISU, embracing its values of academic excellence and community engagement. ISU’s permanent art collection and UAG are unique educational resources that serve the campus, surrounding communities, and the region. Through its innovative exhibitions and programs, UAG seeks to promote scholarship, inspire creative excellence, and deepen an understanding of the visual arts.