Events Calendar

Art Building West

141 North Riverside Drive, Iowa City, Iowa

Website

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Upcoming Events

Lecture: Prof. Victoria Rovine

This lecture complements the University of Iowa Museum of Art exhibition Art & the Afterlife: Fantasy Coffins by Eric Adjetey Anang. "Fashion as Fine Art:...

8/31 7:30pm
Lecture: James Wines Keynote Address for What's Your Sign? Retail Architecture and the History of Signage

Keynote Address for What's Your Sign? Retail Architecture and the History of Signage James Wines, founder of New York City-based architecture and...

9/8 7pm
Creative Matters lecture: Tobias Wolff, writer

"His raw works of fiction examine themes of American identity and individual morality. With wit and compassion, Mr. Wolff’s work reflects the truths of our...

9/14 5:30pm
Jeanne & Richard Levitt Lectureship: American Crafts in Context, by Eric Adjetey Anang

This lecture complements the University of Iowa Museum of Art exhibition Art & the Afterlife: Fantasy Coffins by Eric Adjetey Anang. "Art and the Afterlife:...

9/21 7:30pm
3MT Clinic: Successfully Speaking

Practice makes perfect. Join us for a 3MT Clinic, where you will have the opportunity to present your 3MT and to receive feedback from a live audience. All...

10/6 1:30pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Michael Hovland

Michael Hovland left a positive review 4/24/2017

I thought Dr. Grinspoon was articulate and thoughtful and presented a good overview of an obviously very complex subject.

Gloria Wortman

Gloria Wortman left a review 4/11/2016

Although Sarah is an engaging speaker i was a little confused because the advertising described her subject as a conversation about failure and creativity and the presentation seemed to be on another subject. It also seemed like a typical book promotion event and that seemed to be inappropriate to the Creative Matters idea.

Mark Isham

Mark Isham left a positive review 11/11/2015

A very fine narrative of the University of Iowa's continuing importance as a center of Modern Art and Modern Art History, this well-made film reminds us of who we are and why we should value our educational mission--and invest in it.

Megan Petkewec

Megan Petkewec left a review 9/9/2015

Her works were interesting and some were very complicated. We had to ask a lot of questions as otherwise it was more show and tell than lecture. I am very glad I went.

Mohammed Hassan A Alhejji

Mohammed Hassan A Alhejji posted a photo 4/25/2015