Join us for an opportunity to explore Herron’s graduate programs. Learn about curriculum and financial awards, meet with faculty and tour Herron’s cutting-edge facilities.
Herron will waive the $60 IUPUI online application fee for attendees to the 2014 Grad Open House. (You will still have to pay the $10 fee to Slideroom as this fee goes directly to Slideroom and not to Herron or IUPUI.)
Afternoon Info Session
735 W. New York St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Brief presentations will inform you about the online application process, financial awards, curriculum requirements, fellowships and graduate appointments (GA's). Take the opportunity to ask questions, tour the studios, and meet faculty and current Herron graduate students.
* A shuttle will be available to take visitors to and from Eskenazi Fine Arts Center (1410 Indiana Ave.) for tours of the Sculpture and Ceramics facilities and some of the graduate studio spaces.
Evening Reception (optional)
Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis
924 N. Pennsylvania St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Socialize with current Herron graduate students, faculty, and prospective applicants to Herron's graduate programs at a casual reception where you can learn more about the role that Herron plays in the arts community in Indianapolis. See this role played out in the exhibition Tiny III, the third annual group show featuring over 200 small pieces of original artwork in all media and styles no larger than 6" x 6" x 6". Herron faculty, students, and alumni will help comprise the list of artists participating in this group exhibition. From Gallery 924, explore downtown Indianapolis arts venues during the IDADA First Friday Art Tour.
Gallery 924 at the Arts Council provides a mix of programming highlighting central Indiana contemporary artists including solo and curated group shows.
2014 Juried Undergraduate Student Exhibition
Berkshire, Reese and Paul Galleries and EFAC Galleries
A juried exhibition of some of the finest works created by undergraduate students in all programs at Herron. Inclusion in the Undergraduate Student Exhibition is an honor for students whose work is chosen. In a typical year, the jury must select from more than 300 strong submissions. The exhibition usually contains 60-80 works across a wide variety of media.
Marsh and Basile Galleries
Exhibitions conceptualized, designed, and built by first-year M.F.A. students in two separate sections of the graduate course Interdisciplinary Collaboration in the Visual Arts. This will be the first exhibition of works by graduate students in the class of 2016.
RSVP by November 19
Please call or e-mail Abbey Chambers, Graduate Coordinator, at (317) 278-9406 or email@example.com. Include the following information:
Number of people attending (you + one or two guests)
Graduate program you are interested in
Please click www.visit.iupui.edu for directions, campus maps and information on accommodations. Visitor parking is available in the Sports Complex parking garage located on the corner of Blake and New York Streets to the west of Herron. Enter on the south side of the garage off of Ohio St., the entrance marked "Visitor Parking."