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1 UNI Gallery of Art to present 'B.F.A. Group Exhibition'
Public Relations News Release 2013:252, p.1
4/14/2014 The artwork of eight Bachelor of Fine Arts seniors will be displayed in the Gallery of Art from Monday, April 28, through Saturday, May 10 on the main floor. A reception is planned for Monday, April 28, at 7 p.m. in the south lobby.
2 Estate gift to benefit UNI arts collection
Public Relations News Release 2009:455, p.1
5/11/2010 Mary Haskell-Hansen recently established the Mary Haskell-Hansen Permanent Collection Endowment fund through the UNI Foundation. The fund is designated for the preservation and public exhibition of the Permanent Art Collection at the Gallery of Art.
3 UNI hosts 'An Evening with Cornel West'
Public Relations News Release 2009:330, p.1
3/15/2010 West, the Class of 1943 University Professor in the Center for African-American studies at Princeton University, a social activist and author, will speak about civic engagement and the democratic process.
4 College Square Mall to present UNI Art Alumni Exhibition
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
5/5/2006 Art exhibit will open May 13; short bio for each artist featured.
5 Northern Iowa Gallery of Art exhibits photographic works by Brush Nov. 1-30
Public Relations News Release 1987:113, p.1
10/30/1987 The photography of Gloria Defillips Brush are exhibited in the south wing of the Kamerick Art Building. Brush's work includes a series of pencil-shaded photographs of scale-model buildings.
6 Master's thesis exhibitions to complete 1986-87 UNI Gallery of Art season
Public Relations News Release 1987:357, p.1
5/4/1987 The works of Jean Petsch and Sophie Guo are displayed at the Gallery of Art. The gallery of art opens on a modified schedule for finals week.
7 Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition opens Sunday (April 12) at UNI; preview Friday
Public Relations News Release 1987:307, p.1
4/7/1987 An awards ceremony dedicated to the recipients of awards from the Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition is held in the Art Building Auditorium. A show featuring their work was held in the Gallery of Art in conjunction with the ceremony.
8 Annual UNI Art Scholarship Day April 10 to feature ceramicist
Northern Iowan 1987:305, p.1
4/7/1987 Ceramicist, Patty Warashina, spoke at the Art Building Auditorium, where fifty-five high school students competed for a chance to win one of six four-year scholarships. Competitors were welcomed by Professor William Lew.
9 Annual Art Faculty Exhibition at UNI will run through April 2
Public Relations News Release 1987:252, p.1
3/6/1987 Eighteen faculty members submitted a total of sixty-two works to the Art Faculty Exhibition in the Gallery of Art. The exhibition was open to the public, free of charge.
10 'Art Advocacy' is focus of AEI Spring Conference for art educators, March 6-8 at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1987:229, p.1
2/20/1987 The Art Educators Conference was held in the Art Buildng and Education Center. The conference featured forty-five hands-on workshops instructing art appreciation, developing thinking skills, and creative problem solving.
11 Far Eastern art historian to be next UNI Art Department visiting artist, Feb 5-6; also speaking in Waterloo
Public Relations News Release 1986:192, p.1
1/28/1987 Robert Mowry, curator of oriental art at Harvard University, presented an exhibition on art in the late Ming Dynasty. The event took place in the Art Building, and was sponsored by the Department of Art and the Office of International Programs.
12 UNI Gallery of Art to open three new shows Jan. 26
Public Relations News Release 1986:179, p.1
1/21/1987 The first of three photography shows includes the work of graduate Rebecca Cummins. The second features the work of Richard Colburn, who conducted the Art a la Carte session after the show. These shows also included works from the Permanent Collection.
13 New art building on UNI campus named for emeritus president John J. Kamerick
Public Relations News Release 1986:141, p.1
12/19/1986 The Board of Regents approves the naming of the art building after former President John Kamerick. President Curris and Professor Lee Thomson recount the accomplishments of Kamerick, who was responsible for securing funds for the Communication Art Center.
14 Austrian press service diplomat to visit UNI Dec. 4 (Tuesday)
Public Relations News Release 1987:124, p.1
11/25/1986 Irene Freudenschuss-Riechl, deputy director of the Austrian Press, performed two presentations on Austrian political trends, and art of Twentieth-Century Vienna. Her first speech was held in Maucker Union, and the second was held in the Art Building.
15 Armand Hammer Foundation director and artist Dennis Gould to be UNI visiting artist, address others in the community
Public Relations News Release 1987:87, p.1
10/31/1986 Dennis Gould, director of the Armand Hammer Foundation, spoke on the diversity of the university campus. Apart from his lecture as visiting artist, Gould delivered speeches on corporate support of the arts. The event was held in the Art Building.
16 Tanzanian journalist and radio producer to speak on 'feminism's relevance for East African women' Tuesday (Oct. 28) at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1987:76, p.1
10/22/1986 Fatma Alloo conducted a lecture on feminism in East Africa in the Art Building-South. Alloo had worked as a radio producer in Tanzania, Uganda, and England. While in Iowa, she spoke to classes of women's studies, international studies, and journalism.
17 UNI Elderhostel program to offer courses on American music heritage, religious history, Afghan society, July 6-12
Public Relations News Release 1986:453, p.1
6/6/1986 Those who are at least sixty years old or whose spouse/companion is at least sixty years are invited in attend; they will take classes, participate in outside activities, and live and eat in the dorms.
18 Investigations to date of UNI ceramics lab have indentified no specific health hazards
Public Relations News Release 1986:396, p.1
4/29/1986 Thomson said the matter had been referred to litigation so further comments needed to be obtained through lawyers.
19 Investigation continuing in UNI ceramics laboratory
Public Relations News Release 1986:383, p.1
4/22/1986 Thomson requested that any students who have current upper respiratory health problems to report to the Student Health Center; the typical health complaints have been coughs, sore throats, headaches, nasal congestion and burning eyes.
20 UNI ceramics laboratory under study
Public Relations News Release 1986:361, p.1
4/14/1986 It is being investigated for mechanical problems after some reports of illness after working in the laboratory; classes and other activities have been suspended for as long as the investigation takes.
21 UNI artists' symposium to feature Native Americans, curator Monday (January 20) night
Public Relations News Release 1986:199, p.1
1/13/1986 Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, George Longfish, and Joan Randall will speak in the auditorium of the Art Building on the exhibition of their works. Arthur Jackson will address the group; speaking on Martin Luther King.
22 We will excel!; Art Building dedication remarks
Public Relations News Release 70:4, p.8
1/1/1986 Texts of addresses by Professors Haupt and Lew; excerpts of President Curris's tribute to President Kamerick; photo.
23 UNI Gallery of Art to close exhibit Sunday (Dec. 15), a few days early
Public Relations News Release 1985:176, p.1
12/12/1985 The current exhibitions will close three days early due to complications with shipping the works to their next destination; current and future exhibitions are discussed.
24 UNI fall commencement to be December 14 in the UNI-Dome
Public Relations News Release 1985:170, p.1
12/4/1985 Koester will deliver the student address; other participants are listed; nearly six hundred students are expected to graduate.
25 UNI art graduate's works in posthumous exhibition in UNI's new art building
Public Relations News Release 1985:139, p.1
11/12/1985 Petersen was a 1983 graduate that died in Sept 1985 in California where he lived and worked; he graduated with highest honors and received the Purple and Gold award from the art dept.
26 Art building to be dedicated Saturday (Oct. 26)
Public Relations News Release 1985:105, p.1
10/23/1985 A slide-show of the construction of the building, a performance by the UNI Wind Symphony, guided tours and remarks from several speakers will all be part of the formal dedication ceremony called the Festival of Dedication.
27 Dusenberry to speak about his work in UNI gallery of art, visiting campus all week; guest for festival of dedication
Public Relations News Release 1985:107, p.1
10/23/1985 One of Dusenberry's works is "Porta Largo" which is a window created for UNI's new art building; Dusenberry's history is given as well as dates/times for his events while visiting UNI.
28 UNI Gallery of Art to Hold Opening Reception Monday (Oct. 21) for 'Festival' Exhibition.
Public Relations News Release 1985:91, p.1
10/18/1985 The gallery of arts showed off pieces from William T. Wiley, Walter Dusenbury, and selections from the UNI Permanent Collection; the UNI Wind Symphony performed in the courtyard.
29 Parents' Weekend Slated for Oct. 25-27; Jazz, coffee, art, football among offerings
Public Relations News Release 1985:88, p.1
10/17/1985 Many activities will be taking place during the Parents' Weekend including a jazz concert, Nostalgia and Collectable Show, football, and art shows.
30 UNI to Offer Moped Certification Course
Public Relations News Release 1985:82, p.1
10/15/1985 UNI is offering a class, taught by Ivan Eland, for people who would like a moped license.
31 Dedication Ceremony to be Oct. 26 for UNI's New Art Building
Public Relations News Release 1985:72, p.1
10/8/1985 A Festival of Dedication for the opening of the new arts building will inquire a slide show, guided tours, and a commemorative poster.
32 One out of many
Alumnus 70:3, p.22
10/1/1985 Art Building should be complete by end of fall 1985 semester; description of facilities; photo.
33 UNI 'Purple Fever: Temperature's Risin'" Homecoming Celebration Planned Oct. 10-13
Public Relations News Release 1985:52, p.1
9/26/1985 The week of homecoming is full of activities including the parade, the football game, Campaniling, and a variety show to name a few.
34 Art building construction continues; Gallery closed, exhibitions continue
Alumnus 68:1, p.6
4/1/1984 Current gallery will be made into ceramics studio.
35 Ground broken for art building; CAC completion planned for 1985
Alumnus 68:2, p.6
7/1/1983 Ground broken June 29, 1983; 44,000 square foot structure will be final phase of CAC; photo.
36 CAC design approved awaits state funding
Alumnus 67:1, p.6
4/1/1983 Design work underway on $8.4 million art building; photo.
37 Legislative action delays art building
Alumnus 66:3, p.9
9/1/1982 Bonding authority not granted.
38 Capital requests await OK
UNI Century 1:2, p.2
3/1/1973 Hope for funding for industrial arts building, art building, and center for speech, speech pathology and radio services.
39 Preliminary study underway may bring new art building
Northern Iowan 65:9, p.4
10/8/1968 Committee will develop a need and scope study for a new art building; members are Ralph Haskell, Donald Finegan, and Ralph Koppell; series of lectures will help define philosophy and objectives of Art Department before planning the building.
40 Dr. Alan Shields explores art, its appropriate goals
Northern Iowan 65:4, p.4
9/20/1968 Allan Shields, new Dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, is first speaker in lecture series sponsored by the Art Department.
41 Dr. Shields to discuss the future of education
Northern Iowan 65:3, p.5
9/17/1968 New Dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts will speak about art education; Department of Art considers need for a new art building on campus.
42 Arts Building
Old Gold 0:0, p.103
6/1/1941 Photo.
43 Faculty fotos
Old Gold 0:0, p.64
6/1/1941 Photo.

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