University Galleries is teaming up with the Children’s Discovery Museum and ISU Planetarium for programming to present “An Infinite and Omnivorous Sky” on view from Jan. 10 to Feb. 19.  

All of the events included are free and open to the public. 

“An Infinite and Omnivorous Sky” is a group exhibition that includes 29 works by international artists.  

The group exhibition focuses on the mysteries and militarization of outer space with the artists critically involved in poetic, scientific and geopolitical perspectives of the cosmos.  

Included works stimulate dialogue about the necessity for proper scientific exploration, unrestrained artistic practices and illuminated political action.   

Events include, but are not limited to, a curator-led tour of the exhibition with University Galleries’ director and chief curator on Jan. 28, a screening of Kambui Olujimi’s Skywriters, on Feb. 1 and an artmaking workshop led by University Galleries’ Curator of Education on Feb. 15.  

University Galleries’ Director and Chief Curator Kendra Paitz has been the administrator for the series of events within the group exhibition. The public can also expect an exhibition catalog in summer 2020.  

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