September 8, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (US Central)
Art influences society by changing opinions, imparting values, and translating many different experiences through space and time. The Art on Campus Collection is over 2,500 works of art that explore the unique histories and stories of Iowa State’s campus. Many of the artists that are a part of this public collection come from diverse backgrounds and cultural heritages. This Art Walk will explore how the fusion of cultures has influenced the Art on Campus Collection.
Dr. Sebastian Braun is Director of American Indian Studies and Associate Professor of Anthropology
Registration is encouraged but not required. Free and open to the public.
Border Crossing, 1989 by Luis Jiménez. Fiberglass with urethane finish. Purchased by the College of Consumer and Family Sciences.