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Photo Challenge Theme: Flowers in the Anderson Sculpture Garden

May 29, 2022 - June 4, 2022

Location:
Anderson Sculpture Garden

Engage with your University Museums this summer by submitting photos! This week we want to see your photos of flowers in the Anderson Sculpture Garden.

Each week has a different theme. Visit University Museums locations and take a photo or a few. Then share online tagging University Museums, or email photos to museums@iatate.edu.

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Image:
Reclining Nudes
Christian Petersen
1936
Terra Cotta
Commissioned by Iowa State College for Roberts Hall removed in the 1990s, reinstallation in the Elizabeth and Byron Anderson Sculpture Garden in 2011. In the Art on Campus Collection, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.


Weekly Photo Challenge Themes:
May 29 - June 4: Flowers in the Anderson Sculpture Garden
June 5 - June 11: Selfie at the Farm House Museum
June 12 - June 18: Family
June 19 - June 25: Father Figures
June 26 - July 2: Stone Sculptures
July 3 - July 9: Border Crossing at Central Campus
July 10 - July 16: Selfie at the Brunnier Art Museum
July 17 - July 23: Selfie at the Christian Petersen Art Museum
July 24 - July 30: Animals
July 31 - August 6: Selfie with Art on Campus
August 7 - August 13: Insects
August 14 - August 20: People
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Photo taken in the Anderson Sculpture Garden May 10, 2022


May 29–June 4: Flowers in the Anderson Sculpture Garden
June 5–11: Selfie at the Farm House Museum
June 12–18: Family (biological, adopted, or chosen!)
June 19–25: Father Figures
June 26–July 2: Stone Sculptures
July 3–9: Border Crossing, Central Campus
July 10–16: Selfie at the Brunnier Art Museum
July 17–23: Selfie at the Christian Petersen Art Museum
July 24–30: Animals (pets, in nature, or in art!)
July 31–August 6: Selfie with Art on Campus
August 7–13: Insects (on campus in nature or in art)
August 14–20: People (friends, family, or in art)

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