Don’t forget about our exciting gallery events this weekend!

Remember to join us this afternoon in the gallery at 2 pm for a conversation with Hunter/Gatherer contributing artist Larry Gawel.

Gawel uses tintype images to record his interactions with the plant and animal life he consumes.

The gallery will also have extended hours tomorrow, Saturday October 25 in conjunction with the New Horizons Music Festival sponsored by the Truman Music department and the Epsilon Pi Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota.

Selected compositions inspired by the theme “Hunter/Gatherer” can be heard in the side gallery. Be sure to check it out as this installation is exclusive to the music festival!

A collection box will be available in the University Art Gallery for exhibit visitors to make canned good or monetary donations that will benefit the Adair County food bank.

For more details and a schedule of events visit the New Horizons Music Festival website.

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International composers collaborate to make music inspired by Nicholas Naughton exhibit

In celebration of the New Horizons Music Festival sponsored by the university and Sigma Alpha Iota- we’ve added pre-recorded works by international composers to coincide with the art of Nicholas Naughton now on view in the side gallery.

The New Horizons Music Festival is an annual opportunity for composers to have their most recent works premiered at Truman. Concerts will be held all afternoon and evening in the Ophelia Parrish Performance Hall.

Gallery hours have been extended on Saturday to 6:30 pm so be sure to stop by the between performances and support Sigma Alpha Iota’s bake sale outside the performance hall