Art exhibits at Indiana University Kokomo are headed back to campus.
It was declared previous thirty day period that IUK’s downtown art gallery would shut as the gallery on campus is established to reopen.
The on-campus gallery was repurposed all through the pandemic as a COVID-19 screening web site.
“We’re pretty delighted the campus gallery is open once again, and we are equipped to use that area for exhibitions as well as resume our normal New Media, Art, and Engineering (NMAT) programming,” Gregory Steel, incoming department chair, stated in a statement.
With screening no more time getting put, and a wish to have all artwork exhibitions on campus, the downtown gallery was closed. IUK leased the place at 102 N. Principal St.
The change in site is not expected to disrupt the exhibition program.
The to start with show on campus in two several years commences Thursday with an opening reception for “Biosphere,” featuring works from qualified artists. The reception is 4 to 7 p.m. The show will be on screen right up until July 9.
“Our gallery delivers anything in any other case not readily available in our local community, which is the opportunity to see artwork from different places and unique views,” Steel said. “It’s an integral portion of our process.”
The gallery also serves as a lab for college students.
The IUK Artwork Gallery is in Upper Alumni Hall, in the Library Developing, 2300 S. Washington St.
Gallery hrs are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, and shut Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.