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1998



Archive of Exhibitions held in 1998

 

January 8---January 31, 1998.
"Books on Egyptian art and architecture".

February 1--February 21, 1998
"Bellevue Gallery 10th Anniversary"

February 24--March 23, 1998
"Manuscripts illuminated": The production of the Hand-made book"
Curated and installed  by Holly Silvers

April 17--May 9, 1998.
"History of the western book"
Curated and installed by Graphic Design MFA students

May 26-July 6, 1998
"Contemporary crafts from Cameroon".
This small exhibition of crafts is part of an exchange between Indiana University and the University of Yaounde I in Cameroon. Jean-Paul Notue, Associate Professor, Art History/Anthropology, brought many of the objects with him when he arrived in Bloomington this spring with the intention that they be given to the University. Objects include works in wood, fiber, metal, and beadwork. The exhibit also includes objects from the collection of Virginia DeLancey, Associate Director of IU's African Studies program.

July 17--October 6, 1998.
"Jewelry and metalsmithing of the Arts and Crafts Movement: Selected titles from the Fine Arts Library".

October 8--October 29, 1998.
"With heart and hand: Polish religious folk art."

In celebration of Polish Heritage month, the Polish Studies Center is pleased to bring some of Walter Whipple's collection of Polish folk art to IU. Professor Whipple, an amateur collector and professor of Eastern European cultures and languages at Brigham Young University, has the largest private  collection of Polish folk art in the United States. The  collection was recently on display at the Brigham Young University Museum of Fine Arts.
Professor Whipple acquired most of the collection while living in Poland between 1990 and 1993. The collection consists mostly of contemporary works depicting religious themes and carved from linden wood.

November 2--November 20, 1998.
"Typecrafters: IU Graphic Design"

November 30--December 14, 1998.
"Beata Wehr: Artists'  books."



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