The NIU Data, Devices and Interaction Laboratory (ddiLab) and co-directors Joe Insley, associate professor in the NIU School of Art and Design and Michael Papka, associate professor of computer science are the subjects of an article in Technology Networks.
School of Art and Design’s Angie Redmond wins first place at Museum of Science and Industry’s Black Creativity exhibition
Angie Redmond, a second year MFA student in painting and museum studies at the NIU School of Art and Design from Maywood, Ill. won first place at the prestigious national juried art exhibition “Black Creativity” at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. (more…)
“Decolonizing Art History” is the topic for the next talk in NIU’s Elizabeth Allen Visiting Lectures in Art History series. (more…)
NIU President Lisa Freeman has selected student artwork to showcase the incredible talent that NIU students possess. (more…)
The NIU Art Museum’s School of Art and Design Faculty Biennial exhibition opens Tuesday, January 14 with a public reception on Thursday, January 23 from 5-7 p.m.
Shown every two years, this invitational exhibit features recent artwork and scholarship by current faculty and teaching staff from all divisions of the School of Art and Design and highlights the artistry, research, and instruction found at NIU. A calendar of events includes a series of public programs that present the personal influences, art-making practices and research interests of our participating faculty and may be found by visiting www.niu.edu/artmuseum/events. (more…)
For Ina Murphy, a summer job in the Wisconsin Dells changed the course of her life in many unexpected and exciting ways.