Cultural Arts Gallery

Showcase your own work at the CAG

A recent display in the cultural arts gallery.

If you're a current IU Indianapolis student or a member of the surrounding community, you can exhibit your work in the CAG. The gallery displays any medium including paintings, photographs, drawings, sculptures and other 3-D pieces, video, and anything else you can put on a piece of paper or canvas.

To get things started, you'll need to:

Behold the beauty

Poster for the Cultural cloth with AI exhibit.

Cultural Cloth with AI

Cultural Cloth with AI: A guided eveolution of AI-generated textile patters for art and design.

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Cultural Arts Gallery art preview.

I Love You: A Celebration of Black Love

Deeply personal and celebratory of African American culture, Ready's work incorporates research and storytelling to explore themes around the Black experience and history.

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Cropped image of a recent arts gallery display.

Representations of the Self

Through the artists’ works, they explore this sense of personhood through self-portraits, objects, figures, and experiences.

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Cropped image of a recent arts gallery display.

Hiroshima Appeals

Dedicated to the 79th memorial of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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Poster from the exhibit Ray Bradbury’s Window Into Joseph Mugnaini.

Infinite Voyages: Ray Bradbury and the Space Age

Ray Bradbury, one of the best-known writers of our time, gave his dreams of the space age to generations of American readers.

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The Flava Fresh XX exhibit poster.


This award-winning, multi-venue, Indiana-based, visual artist development platform and events project is part of a mission to bring about greater awareness,  appreciation, inspiration, exposure, growth, and support for artists.

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See you at Punctuation Spire

The Campus Center features art everywhere. You’ll find photography, statues, and paintings throughout the building. One of our most iconic pieces is Punctuation Spire in the Atrium. Created in 1981 by William Crutchfield, a Herron School of Art + Design alum and Fulbright Scholar, it stands in the Atrium today as a popular meeting place for students and visitors.