BRUNNIER ART MUSEUM CLOSED FOR MAJOR RENOVATION
This past January 2018, after several years of planning, the Brunnier Art Museum at Iowa State University closed to begin the preparations for an extensive renovation project. The expanded exhibition and programmatic spaces will showcase a greater number of the museum's renowned permanent collection objects, as well as host high-impact loaned exhibitions. Feasibility and design development for the project occurred over the past year.Construction is slated to begin in February 2019.
It is anticipated that the Museum will reopen to the public in mid-September 2019, marking the 44th anniversary year of the opening of the Brunnier Art Museum.
DURING THE CLOSURE
Students, faculty, and visiting scholars will have continued access, by appointment, to the museums' permanent collection. Both the Christian Petersen Art Museum in Morrill Hall and Farm House Museum on central campus will remain open to the public with changing exhibitions and an active public programming schedule.
INVEST IN THE FUTURE OF ART ON ISU'S CAMPUS
Click here to learn more about the Brunnier Renovation project, the museum's history and how we're creating a space for generations to come.