Arts and Culture Events

Friday, February 1

"Vanishing Art from Myanmar:  Buddhist Reverse Glass Painting Traditions Exhibition"

Once very popular in Asia from the 18th to the mid-20th century, the reverse glass painting (RGP) art form was inspired by the European tradition of painting...

Annual Juried Blick Art Materials Ars Nova Exhibition

Annual juried exhibition featuring works by current NIU School of Art and Design students. Exhibition sponsored by Blick Art Materials.

Annual Juried Blick Art Materials Ars Nova Exhibition

Annual juried exhibition featuring works by current NIU School of Art and Design students. Exhibition sponsored by Blick Art Materials. Reception, Juror's...

Community College Art Faculty and Juried Student Exhibition

Exhibition of art work from area community college art faculty and juried exhibition of community college art student work. Closing reception February 15 ...

For the Love of Humans: A History of Dogs

For the Love of Humans: A History of Dogs will take you on a journey through the timeless relationship between dogs and humans. Explore the early...

Transparent Factors in Form and Content

Transparent Factors presents literal and figurative interpretations and investigations along the spectrum of transparency, translucency and opacity. Artists...

CSEAS Friday Lecture

"Sacred Glass: The Wat Chong Klang Project", presented by Judy Jensen, Austin-based artist. Austin artist Judy Jensen, enamored with the lively boldness of...

CSEAS Friday Lecture: Judy Jensen, Austin-based artist

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies Presents: Southeast Asia Lecture Series Speaker: Judy Jensen Title: “Sacred Glass: The Wat Chong Klang...

Friday, February 1