This exhibition of video work by nine University of Iowa graduate students in the Intermedia Department is entitled Boom Boom Boom.... read more
Jen P. Harris’ luminous, intricately layered ink paintings are inspired by philosophical, religious and scientific narratives. The works in Stack Overflow take archetypal images from the Tarot as a starting point for exploring ideas about simultaneity and the construction of identity and meaning in the Information Age. For this exhibi... read more
  • Thu Jun 4 - Sun Aug 2 2015
  • CSPS Hall • Commons Gallery
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In Iowa City artist Halle Siepman’s Imaginings colorful swirls of color weave in and around architectural shapes evoking ancient ruins. The works combine graphite line drawing and monochromatic enamel on large-scale wooden panels, creating an ethereal, ephemeral quality. Her imagery is inspired by travels to Delphi, Crete and Athens. She... read more
  • Thu Jun 4 - Sun Aug 2 2015
  • CSPS Hall • Club Room Gallery
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Cedar Rapids artist Kathy Schumacher’s charcoal drawings were created to give her grandmother Frances a voice. “On Oct. 25, 1941 my grandmother was committed to the insane asylum in Independence, Iowa,” Kathy explains. “She spent the next 15 years there and then was moved to a nursing home, where she died.” As a result of Frances’ co... read more
  • Thu Jun 4 - Sun Aug 2 2015
  • CSPS Hall • Main Gallery
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This orchestral indie rock band based out of South Minneapolis is distinguished by songwriter/frontman Peter Miller’s unique countertenor vocals and songs that combine Sufjan Stevens’ sense of sad wonder with the winning bounce of the Shins. “The music feels like an intimate blend of complicated realities,” wrote Ear to the Ground.” At... read more
Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams carry on the musical tradition of great singing couples: Johnny and June, Graham and Emmylou, Michael and Cary Ann (Shovels & Rope)... Onstage, they truly are hotter than a pepper sprout, jamming and harmonizing on songs carved from old-growth Americana. It was Emmylou herself who said, “The music Larry and ... read more
Joshua James’ work reflects a distinctly American ache, a yearning for a big sky and an open road.  Beckoned farther west from his Nebraska home by the voices of Jim Morrison and Isaac Brock, he found the mountains of Utah. Strangely familiar, yet refreshingly innovative, James’ songs are devastating in their honesty, working with themes that ... read more
Musicians from around the world will again descend upon Cedar Rapids for the eighth annual Landfall Festival of World Music taking place Sept. 15 through 19 at various venues in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  ... read more