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College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences

"That’s So Gay: An Exploration of Homophobia & Camp in Art"

A UNI Permanent Art Collection exhibition supplemented by objects on loan to the Gallery, which was co-curated by Dr. Charles M. Adelman and Gallery Director Darrell Taylor with didactics by UNI students of art history. Featured artists include Asianpunkboy, Berenice Abbott, Nick Cave, Felix D’Eon, Kelly V. Grider, Jr., Keith Haring, George Hurrell, Ellsworth Kelly, Catherine Opie, Robert Rauschenberg, and Bruce of Los Angeles.

College Hill Farmers Market

Join us for Kids and Pets Day with the Hearst Center and face painting, La Calle food truck, pets from the Cedar Bend Humane Society, samples and recipes from the F.R.E.D Food Cart, and more. Children participating in the Farmers Market BINGO will receive CHFM Bucks to spend at the market. For updates like/follow us on Facebook at College Hill Farmers Market and Instagram/Twitter (Collegehillfm).

Dis/Unity: An Invitation

An 80-minute, site-adaptive interdisciplinary performance project by the Propelled Animals and Baker and Tarpaga Dance Project. Dis/Unity addresses issues of race, gender, sexuality and globalization in America, as it is unfolding in our everyday lives. Four artists unite for an immersive installation of dance, performance and visual art.

Prairie Ridge Marsh Field Trip

Join us for a field excursion to the Boeck Prairie Ridge Marsh Farm, sponsored by the Cedar Prairie Sierra Group, the Iowa Prairie Network and Friends of the Tallgrass Prairie Center.

The farm, owned by Bob and Desiree Boeck, consists of a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP-1992) prairie planting and a marshy area enrolled in the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP-1995). Since enrollment, several native grass and forb species have become part of the native vegetation. A waterway flowing 8 to 10 months of the year traverses the rear of the property. A borrow pit in the southwest corner has been deepened and enlarged for fishing and swimming activities. Numerous milkweed seeds have been spread annually with good results to help counteract the monarch population decline. Pheasant population numbers have stabilized. Fire lanes are mowed to aid access and serve as controls for unplanned fires.

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