Saturday, 21 Jan 2023
Reception | Through the Photographic Lens of King Au: Honoring Jack Trice
Join artist and ISU alumnus King Au for the exhibition reception and unveiling of his newly commissioned three works of art for the University Museums' permanent collection depicting the campus sculptures of student-athlete Jack Trice (1902-1923).
Wednesday, 25 Jan 2023
Join Minnesota-based artist Harriet Bart for the opening of her solo exhibition Harriet Bart: Material Alchemy in the Christian Petersen Art Museum. The event will begin with an artist talk discussing the evolution of the artistâ€™s practice over the last 50 years, to be followed by an opening reception of the exhibition. Artist Talk: 5:30pm (in the auditorium, 2019 Morrill Hall) Reception: 6:30-7:30pm
Opening Reception & Artist Talk for "Harriet Bart: Material Alchemy"
Join Minnesota-based artist Harriet Bart for the opening of her solo exhibition "Harriet Bart: Material Alchemy" in the Christian Petersen Art Museum.
Thursday, 26 Jan 2023
DECKS: A Framework to Understand and Evaluate Game Mechanics
This lecture will introduce a game design framework called DECKS (Short for Decisions versus Chance and Knowledge versus Skills) that builds upon the findings of previous research. DECKS Framework presents theoretical and creative approaches to placing traditional game mechanics on two separate conceptual axes through questioning the actions taken by the players during gameplay.
Monday, 30 Jan 2023
Tearing Hatred From the Sky
Martin Luther King, Jr. 2023 Keynote: Bree Newsome illustrates how ordinary people can make an extraordinary difference. Following the brutal murder of nine black parishioners in 2015 at Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston, S.C., Bree climbed the flagpole at the South Carolina statehouse and pulled down the Confederate Battle flag. Her arrest galvanized public opinion and led to the permanent removal of the flag.
Tuesday, 31 Jan 2023
Joyce J. Scott Artist Lecture
Joyce J. Scott is a dynamic artist, educator, and performer whose beadwork sculptures tell the stories of her world. Learn how her art on view in the Brunnier Art Museum challenges stereotypes and confronts many difficult subjects through the use of glass beads.
Messages: Artist Lecture by Joyce J. Scott
Joyce J. Scott is a dynamic artist, educator, and performer whose beautifully intricate beadwork sculptures tell the stories of her world. Join University Museums to learn how her art on view in the Brunnier Art Museum special exhibition, Messages: Joyce J. Scott, challenges stereotypes and confronts many difficult subjects through the use of glass beads. Zoom meeting link: https://iastate.zoom.us/j/91971098973