UAG 2013 | 14
"Global Grove" Video Still by Nam June Paik
"Continuum," video still by Michael Takeo Magruder
Melter Video Still by Takeshi Murata
"20 Hz" Video Still by Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt)
"Why do things get in a muddle" Video Still by Gary Hill
"Dwellings," video still by Hiraki Sawa
"TV Interpretations," Video Still by David Hall

Now On View:

BFA/BS Thesis and Senior Exhibition

Exhibit Reception: Friday, April 25, 4 to 6 pm

Come enjoy artwork from ISU's graduating art and design students. Offering a glimpse into the art world at ISU, this exhibit represents their growth as artists and success as students.

Running from April 21-May 3, this exhibit includes art from BFA candidates Emily Bennett and Gabrielle
Roach, and BS candidates Taylor Bedwell, Jacob Bizjak-Turner, Heidy Caceres, Kayley Graf, Amanda Greene, Staci Hall, Danielle Higgins, Caitey Kennedy, Katerina King, Jordan Lump, Hannah Mercer, Nicole Nootbaar, Mariel Peterson, Shelby Porter, Matthew Rasley, Katelynne Reilly, Jordan Salazar, Mariah Skaggs, Sarah
Sneath, Starr Stone, Lauren Wilson, Kiyo Yamakazi, and Yuan Yin.

All events are free and open to the public. If you have any questions please call the University Art Gallery at 1-812-237-3720 or email

Special Saturdays

May 3: ISU Spring Commencement, the Gallery will be open from 9am-4pm.

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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.